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17:06

LifeStyle

All that glitters...

A. J. LINN

Scams of all kinds are becoming more common in the wine business, and there are rich pickings for the fraudster. The most famous of them all, Rudy Kurniawan, is serving a 10-year prison term in a US penitentiary for selling fake wines to super-rich c

17:16

Opinion

Let's be reasonable

Mark Nayler

It was a pleasant surprise this week to hear Spain's economy minister displaying common sense and pragmatism when asked about the latest Brexit news. Interviewed at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Wednesday (one of the cushiest tickets on the

12:21

LifeStyle

The battle against sugar gets fiercer

ALEJANDRA RODRÍGUEZ health

Not many details are known yet, because Montoro has only said that the tax on drinks which contain an excessive amount of sugar is in line with the demands of the World Health Organisation (WHO) and will be implemented in a similar way to countries ... deaths a year in the world. Of these, 133,000 are due to Type 2 diabetes, 4,000 from cardiovascular illnesses and 6,400 to different types of cancer. Meanwhile, another research project published in The New England Journal of Medicine, carried out by ... "Sugary drinks are a unique and modifiable dietetic factor which directly affects preventable death and disability in adults in countries with high, medium and low income, which suggests an urgent need for solid preventive programmes on a world level,"

19:11

LifeStyle

Twins with rhythm in their blood

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...ringing. People all over the world were interested in us, even in places like Peru and Mexico," they say. And as a result, they found work. At present they are a duo, but a young acrobat may be joining them. Alex's two-year-old daughter has already

11:16

Travel

Courchevel

Andrew Forbes travel

The 2016/17 season sees Courchevel celebrating its 70th anniversary. From its humble beginnings in the 1940s, Courchevel is now one of the most chic ski resorts within ‘Les Trois Vallées’, said to be the world’s largest lift-connected ski area, with

11:48

What to do

And all that jazz

Jennie Rhodes Nerja

45. Tickets: 21€, available from the Centro Cultural or online from www.mientrada.net The jazz ensemble, one of the most emblematic bands from Norway, has been performing around the world since 1973. Their mix of tradjazz and New Orleans has

12:53

Local

Antequera given plot of land to improve area surrounding UNESCO site

A. J. GUERRERO antequera

The local council in Antequera has been given a plot of land next to the Tholos del Romeral, one of the three megalithic tombs that make up the Dolmens of Antequera. One of the conditions of being a newly-declared UNESCO World Heritage Site is that

14:19

Opinion

Toeing the lines

Mark Nayler

...towards Brussels. In one of his most ludicrous announcements to date, Rajoy told the ABC conference in Madrid that "despite all its imperfections, [the EU] is the best political initiative the world has seen in centuries". Really? In two years' time,

16:49

What to do

Music, film and more

Denise Bush what to do

...oboe. Symphonic Rhapsody of Queen Malaga. 8 February, 8pm. Teatro Cervantes . The Queen tribute band, Symphonic Rhapsody of Queen, and the One World Symphonic orchestra will be performing Queen’s most iconic songs. Tickets 15 - 45€ from

18:29

Local

'Piercing' the Porcupine sees again

Ignacio LIllo Malaga

...was that there was no recorded case of eye surgery on this species in the world. "It was a joint effort between the vets, the park's keepers and the surgical team, especially as he needed eye drops after the operation," Fidel explains. The first step