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11:51

Local

Malaga to become first Spanish city to test pilot robot delivery scheme

NURIA TRIGUERO MALAGA

Malaga from the Estonian company Starship Technologies accompanied by an engineer who will help "teach" them to do their job. Malaga will be the fourth city in the world to take part, with the scheme already set up in Tallinn, San Francisco and London.

14:10

Travel

Madrid

Andrew Forbes travel

The Spanish capital has embraced 2017 with new hip hotels, cool bars, top restaurants and world-class arts exhibitions. It's time you booked your ticket to Madrid. STAY: Only You Atocha Madrid's hotel scene has never been so dynamic, and

14:15

Travel

Not quite 'beach ready' yet

sur where in the world

...know which city this is, as well as the name for the national holiday celebrated next month, you could win a prize. Send your answers to english@diariosur.es and put 'Where in the world?' as the subject. Please also include your address and telephone

14:44

LifeStyle

Monterroso school, close to Lydia's heart

LEANDRO PAVÓN ESTEPONA

...and dedication, they can change the world," she explains. In this case, the objective was to help somebody through the Infancia Solidaria group, and that is how Lydia came into the lives of the pupils at Monterroso school. The first part of their

14:48

LifeStyle

Sacked for donating

ANTONIO CORBILLÓN MADRID

...demand changes in the law so that living donors are given more protection. About 263,000 people have signed so far. Spain is the model and most effective example in the world in terms of organ transplants. This success, of which the medical profession ... says. On 8 March, World Kidney Day, he met with the Parliamentary Health Committee and believes that his argument was well received. Also, as he points out, "The change in the law would only affect about 400 people a year." There are economic

15:04

What to do

Artistic reflections

Tony Bryant Marbella

...various forms of creativity. Early in her childhood, she was exposed to the American movement of Abstract Expressionism. This early exposure to abstract art has had a great impact on her artistic expression and view of the world. The Magpie

15:17

Travel

Tangier: colourful past, vibrant future

Daryl Finch Travel

From an Arabic outpost for spies and writers, to the perfect getaway for rock stars and the jet set, Tangier has seen it all. Controlled by everyone, and at times no one, Morocco's northernmost city has always been uniquely placed in the Arab world ... the city, played host to Antonio Gaudí, Pío Baroja and William Somerset Maugham, the best paid writer in the world in the 1930s. The poet Mercedes Acosta sought refuge in one of its suites after breaking up with Greta Garbo. It was there where she

16:31

Sport

A glimpse into the future

Rob Palmer opinion

...already getting training on the equipment in anticipation for its introduction in next season’s FA Cup and thereafter the Premier League and 2018 World Cup. In Spain it doesn’t appear quite so clear cut. I understand they have the toys but it is not the

16:33

Travel

Madrid in springtime

Andrew Forbes tRAVEL

world. The lake is already busy with visitors mucking about in small rowing boats, and the sun is filtering through the ancient cypress and cedar trees. This is one of Madrid's most beautiful green spaces, a mix of botanical gardens, romantic glass ... the city sometimes struggled to capture the imagination of the world as a true cosmopolitan metropolis, a 'happening' city. Well, that's not the case now. Madrid has finally emerged as a fashionable destination, a European capital that is being

17:55

What to do

Around the galleries

Denise Bush

...with a freehand seminary on the 31st March by tattoo artist Diego Fernandez. More than 170 tattoo artists and one world champion will be participating in the event. New Longman’s Estepona. Until 6 April, Plaza de Manilva, 6 An exhibition of

11:23

Gibraltar

Investiture of new mayor of Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett Gibraltar

Kaiane Lopez was sworn in as the new mayor of Gibraltar at City Hall on Tuesday, the third female mayor in the Rock’s history. The former Miss World, who was deputy mayor, takes over the post from Adolfo Canepa, and the new deputy mayor is John

14:01

Local

Family visit Malaga on 17-year world tour

juan soto malaga

When Herman and Candelaria Zapp began their journey in Buenos Aires on 25 January 2000 with just 4,000 euros in their pocket, they had planned to travel for just six months, with their final destination being Alaska. They also didn’t expect to get ve

14:59

LifeStyle

‘Glow of Aurora’ glass art visits Fuengirola

Tony Bryant Fuengirola

...the ‘Orchid’ as “The most beautiful object in the world.” By the time of his graduation in 1968, Hannu’s glass collection had begun to grow. The first pieces he collected were of clear glass, but future additions included the new trend of brightly

13:02

LifeStyle

“My heart told me to slow down”

PEDRO LUIS GÓMEZ

...carried out in February revealed that Banderas is the best known living Andalusian in the world today. MORE INFORMATION A Malaga- themed apartment At home with Antonio Banderas - views from the roof terrace ... relationship, and she adores Nicole. And Nicole came into your life like a gift... Nicole has given me a lot. She’s complete and very different from me, as she doesn’t come from the movie world. She was like a glass of cool water in the middle of the

14:53

Sport

After 18 attempts, Sergio García is finally crowned Masters champion

rachael breaks

world has expected García to win a major since he launched his professional golfing career aged just 19, but after 18 campaigns and 12 top-five major finishes it always seemed to be just beyond his reach. However, as of yesterday, García is no longer the

14:28

Opinion

Nobody thinks of the self-employed

Manuel Castillo

...suits in the tax and social security offices, in the government and the Congreso, who watch the world from their comfortable office chairs, ought to pay a visit to the workshops, bakeries, corner shops and greengrocer’s; they ought to experience what

14:42

Opinion

Brexit phrases

N. Barker

...such an irresponsible step. To weaken and destabilise the world power which at present stands alone in the defence of democracy, civil rights, human rights, labour legislation and the environment, to name but a few, is for me a punishable offence and ... one which has made the world a far more uncertain place to live in. This has been proven by the particular interest the other powers have shown in the debilitation of our unique Union.

12:12

Sport

British mixed martial arts fighter takes Spanish title in Las Palmas

Tony Bryant Fuengirola

“The fight was insane. This guy is a good component who has fought all over the world; it was one of the craziest fights I’ve ever had,” Jay says with excitement in his eyes. Jay was awarded the title of ‘Knockout of the Year’ for this fight, but his

13:45

LifeStyle

A bird sanctuary for endangered species

MAría Dolores Tortosa seville

...species was very weak in this country. Thanks to this, the numbers of this species have grown. La Cañada de los Pájaros is the first nature reserve in the world to carry out a programme to recover the crested coot. La Cañada opened to the public in ... provided this information on World Wetlands Day, on 2 March. About 70 per cent of them, 645,000, are in Doñana. The most common breeds are the northern shoveler, lesser black-backed gull, northern pintail, greylag goose, common flamingo and calidris. All ... these species also pass through La Cañada de los Pájaros, which since 1992 has been celebrating World Wetlands Day by releasing birds which have taken part in programmes of recovery in captivity. This year, José Fiscal was there to watch. Since the year

13:51

LifeStyle

Costa residents win prizes for speaking out

Rachel Amstrong Marbella

...club two years ago when he was looking for a new challenge and wanted to get back into the academic world. “While Toastmasters is not an academic institute, it is very similar in the sense that it includes all the things we learnt in school, university

15:10

What to do

Around the galleries

Denise Bush malaga

300 pieces by artists such as Picasso, Dalí, Goya, Beniliure and Zuloaga, will be on display. They include sculpture, paintings, posters, clothing and other items connected to the world of bullfighting. The Russian museum Malaga. Edificio

13:49

Local

Malaga to host main Mediterranean cruise industry trade fair in 2020

Pilar Martínez

Seatrade Cruise Med, the most important cruise-industry trade fair in the Mediterranean and nearby area, will be held in Malaga in 2020. Bosses from major world shipping companies, representatives of ports and delegates from component industries

14:23

Local

Dr Hoskin brings his family to see his dolmens

regina sotorrío antequera

...of the tholos of El Romeral and the “interesting” construction of Viera. And it was this discovery that helped put the dolmen site in Antequera on the UNESCO list of World Heritage. Hoskin and the mayor in front of his bust.A..J.Guerrero This

16:34

Sport

What's next for Ronaldo?

Rob Palmer

Cristiano Ronaldo will still continue to jump out at us from the pages of glossy magazines and grace us with his social media presence but I fear this is the final straight for one of the most dominant footballers on the planet. For a decade he has

11:09

What to do

Alvarado: an artistic obsession with refugees

antonio javier lópez malaga

Ever since his beginnings in the world of art several decades ago he has taken a subject, explored it, then left it alone. Sometimes he has returned to it, sometimes not, and in that way, progressing in circles, he has forged his career. For more

10:24

Local

A new, sustainable economy for the future takes its first steps in Malaga

IGNACIO LILLO MALAGA

What is the new economy? “Here in Malaga we have instigated a watershed moment for the history of the world economy,” said NESI’s main organiser, Diego Isabel La Moneda, a businessman resident in London who runs the Global Hub for the Common Good.

10:29

Local

National Police officer rewarded for his efforts to change the world

ALBERTO GÓMEZ BENALMÁDENA

Gilberto Morales, a member of the National Police force in Benalmádena, was recently named as ‘Benalmadense del año’ (Benalmádena resident of the year) by the local town hall, for his efforts to provide aid to sufferers of humanitarian crises in Indi

11:44

National

Government confirms its plans if zombies attack

A.A. Madrid

The government has replied to a tongue-in-cheek written parliamentary question about its plans for a zombie apocalypse by saying that if apocalypse meant the ‘end of the world’, there is not a lot it can do, and if it meant ‘catastrophe’ that, yes,

11:51

National

Royals visit Seville to mark Expo’92 anniversary

SUR seville

Spain’s King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofía paid an official visit to the Andalusian capital, Seville, on Thursday, to mark the twenty-fifth anniversary of the opening of the city’s World Expo. This week the country’s first high-speed rail link,from ... event that started exactly a quarter of a century ago. Seville hosted the World Expo on a reclaimed site at La Cartuja between April and October 1992. The expo coincided with the 500th anniversary of Columbus’s discovery of America and was seen as a

12:09

Gibraltar

Chance to volunteer at Gorham’s Cave

Debbie Bartlett Gibraltar

The Gorham’s Cave complex will soon be celebrating its first year as a Unesco World Heritage Site and the Gibraltar Museum has decided to mark the anniversary by giving local people the chance to help with the excavation this summer, which will take ... apply in writing to Dr Geraldine Finlayson, Gorham’s Cave Complex World Heritage Site co-ordinator, The Gibraltar Museum, 18-20 Bomb House Lane, Gibraltar, or by email to geraldine.finlayson@gibmuseum.gi

12:14

Opinion

The geek shall inherit the Earth

Peter Edgerton

Vine on election night, each locked in their own hermetically sealed world, totally oblivious to their surroundings. So, a bit like now then but with snazzy specs and some waving limbs to boot. There’s another problem. If everyone is wearing

12:16

Opinion

Other Malagas

IGNACIO LILLO

...only champions of our traditions, our culture and our values. People from all over the world have discovered this corner of the Mediterranean and want to become part of it; to experience it, get to know it and come to love it like the best of us. That’s ... over the next few decades will depend in part on the ability we have to listen to what these new voices can contribute; new sap for an ancient tree that has seen more than a few plagues that are being cured with fertiliser from around the world at its

13:22

LifeStyle

The ‘Houston’ for dogs and cats

CARLOTA EZQUIAGA

...and feline patients if surgery or chemotherapy are not possible. Cabra, a small town of 20,000 inhabitants, has become the ‘Houston’ for domestic animals: in the same way that cancer patients from all over the world travel to the Texan city in search

13:29

LifeStyle

“There’ll always be a place for heavy metal”

Mónica Pérez MARBELLA

Motorhead, one of the most famous names in British heavy metal, with whom he toured the world in the 1970s and 1980s. At the age of 66 Eddie Clarke is still going strong. He still has his leather jacket and long hair, although the image of a hard rock star

14:17

LifeStyle

Secrets in the blood

SUSANA ZAMORA health

...unknown parents and even calculate what percentage of the DNA comes from the Neanderthals. This new service, which is provided by about 20 companies round the world - the most important are Ancestry, Family Tree and MyHeritage- is relatively recent in

14:30

LifeStyle

In the family footsteps

JULIÁN MÉNDEZ food and drink

The Japanese couple had booked a table for three at El Celler de Can Roca, which was classified as the best restaurant in the world that year, but when the great day arrived, the day for which they had been waiting 11 months, only two people came. ... children of the people who used to own the tower which now houses their own restaurant, which according to the ‘World’s 50 Best Restaurants’ guide is now the third best (after having topped the list in 2013 and 2015). Playing, always playing There is ... do this in order to be the best restaurant in the world. We’re third best now, and that’s fine; when we no longer receive as many awards, we won’t worry about it,” he says. Today, as usual, there are some amazing dishes on the menu (starfish with

14:50

Opinion

The Catcher's mitt

finance

...about baseball and the cut and thrust of business and the storms of life. In the consumer society of the developed world in which we live, the lifestyle we enjoy is largely shaped by the extent to which we buy and sell. A market without anything to ... anything comes at a price and business is no exception. The ability to be disciplined and to persevere no matter what, is possibly the single greatest attribute to be a success. As Calvin Coolidge put it, “Nothing in the world can take the place of ... persistence. Talent will not. Nothing is more common than unsuccessful men and women with talent. Genius will not. Unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not. The world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are

13:34

Opinion

Flied breakfast

Peter Edgerton

Man, they’re annoying. Just when you think you’ve seen the last of them, they appear again from nowhere, imposing themselves on our lives with a pompous arrogance rarely seen outside the world of professional football. No, I’m not talking about