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21:42

LifeStyle

The Roman jewel discovered in Salar

denise bush

...only one hundred in the world. The owner or 'dominus' of the villa fighting a wild boar.Villa Romana Salar Lack of funding According to a spokesperson from the town hall, the local council is funding the whole project along with a small grant from

19:11

What to do

Classical music jazz and rock concerts throughout the autumn

denise bush

Indian Modern Art. Lecturer Georgina Bexon. 18 December, 2pm. Great Exhibitions and the World’s Fairs. Lecturer Matthew Denney. Charity events Lux Mundi Trips to Gibraltar Torre del Mar. 15 October, 19 November, 17 December. Trips to ... Closed Mondays with some exceptions. The World Heritage site, the prehistoric Dolmens of Antequera. Free entry. Reservations: dolmenesdeantequera.ccul@juntadeandalucia.es or call 952712206 / 07 or 670945453 Alcazaba and Gibralfaro Malaga. Open

16:44

What to do

Exhibitions and art shows currently on along the Costa del Sol and inland

Denise Bush

Malaga. Until 22 October. Sala Alfajar, C/Císter. El Legado de Egeria (The Legacy of Egeria) is an exhibition by artist Charo Carrera. Egeria (Etheria or Aetheria) was a Hispanic aristocrat whose letters to friends telling of her trips around the world ... the world. 18X2. Coleccionismo Institucional de Málaga Antequera. Until 30 September. Tues - Sun 10am - 2pm and 7pm - 9.30pm. MAD, C/Diego Ponce 12. The exhibition unites 36 works from the Diputación de Málaga and the Fundación Unicaja

16:05

Opinion

Is there a safe haven for investors in these uncertain times?

JEREMY BLATCH

...which is the world's reserve currency. To take advantage of buying mispriced assets, the inevitable fall in purchasing power due to the negative real interest should be offset by the optionality provided by cash. According to Benjamin Graham, "In the

20:05

What to do

Philippe Pasqua finds beauty in the dark side at CAC Málaga

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...from among his earliest works. Philippe Pasqua converts those who were born "on the dark side of the world" into art, without forgetting that we all have our dark sides. Despite his constant smile, he is no exception. "Once in Paris he confessed

19:47

Local

Nerja businessman plans world's longest zip wire

Eugenio Cabezas

Nerja businessman, Jonathan Méndez, has approached a company in Catalonia with the idea of constructing the world's longest zip wire along the town's Chíllar river. Méndez, who owns a firm called Meynber, has asked Zip-trans Systems S.L. to

14:51

LifeStyle

Migraine: a complex puzzle

ROCÍO MENDOZA

Nor does migraine have a clear origin. Nobody knows exactly what sets it off. If they did, they could attack it at base. It is so common that the World Health Organisation classifies it as the sixth most incapacitating illness in the world. Despite

14:31

Sport

A sign of the times

Rob Palmer

...hasn't been recruitment, but getting rid. It's been a recurring nightmare for Bale since he packed his suitcases for China a year ago, only to be told he wasn't going anywhere. Finally, seven years after leaving Tottenham for a world-record fee, he's ... excitable Everton fans. They remember the player who lit up the 2014 World Cup and justified the fourth most expensive fee in the world. He made a favourable first impression, although I fear he may go the way of Alexis Sánchez and Mesut Özil, who left the

12:43

LifeStyle

18 September 53: The birth of Rome's 'Spanish' emperor

Alekk M. Saanders

...social welfare programme in history to help thousands of orphans and poor people. Unsurprisingly, he was named as the second of the Five Good Emperors who presided over an era of peace and prosperity in the Mediterranean world. Back in Andalucía, in

11:44

Education

The best primary stories

...rippling water. He had thoroughly enjoyed chasing the baby warthogs until one day a mother warthog had chased him back. Thankfully, his father had been there to protect him. When he was a year old his world had come crashing down; he had woken to his ... one of them. Luke Van Rooyen, Age 11 Laude San Pedro International College The End of the World Time had moved quickly, there was nothing, absolutely nothing. Towns and buildings had fallen, the streets were slowly rotting. Plants and weeds ... grew everywhere. There was no food and only dirty, polluted water remained. Aeroplanes lay crashed into the water and cars lay rusty by the toppled buildings. There were just two people in the entire world trying to survive. They were tired and had

11:21

Education

The best secondary stories

Breaches occurred all over the world; Africa, America, Asia... The whole world was scared, and fear makes us do irrational things. That's when the O2 war started. People started to go to war for oxygen. Well, actually, they fought for the technology to ... before we ruined it. We sit on a bench and my son asks me what my childhood was like in the past and what our world used to look like before. I answered, “I had a great childhood. I played in the park, I played in the sea and in the sand. I cycled in

11:03

Education

Secondary poems

...she looked into the world, the vast open world with her emerald eyes, taking it all in. And at that moment -my heart was breaking.  that moment was purely as sweet as cinnamon, for I missed it,  missed it while the moon was gleaming and while ... Giambona, Age 13 Novaschool Sunland International Selected as runner-up secondary poem. Writing to the World Writing to the world As evil memories float. Fighting with the world As a window flashes A perfection that Ceases to exist. ... Amanda Guncet, Age 13 Novaschool Sunland International Selected as special mention secondary poem. Mother Nature Mother Nature is what you call me I created this earth not for you to destroy me This world you live in I made perfect for you

18:06

What to do

Theatre, dance, music and places around Malaga to visit

DENISE BUSH

December, 2pm. Great Exhibitions and the World’s Fairs. Lecturer Matthew Denney. Charity events Rotary Club Padel Tournament Estepona. 18 - 20 September, Club de Padel Alhambra del Golf. 20€. With the objective of raising money for poor ... The Dolmens Antequera. Until 30 September, 9am - 3pm, 8 - 10pm. From 1 October until 31 December, 9am - 6pm. Closed Mondays with some exceptions. The World Heritage site, the prehistoric Dolmens of Antequera. Free entry. Reservations:

16:04

Opinion

The French Paradox

ANDREW J. LINN

France's high red wine consumption accounted for the country's lower incidence of cardiac disease, Americans' consumption of red wine increased by 40 per cent over the ensuing months. But it is a myth. Why would just one country in the world not suffer

15:10

LifeStyle

Portrait of an artist with dyslexia

Tony Bryant

...they portray spontaneity, frustration, simplicity and emotion. The artist does not correct misspelt words, and, unlike before - when he tried not to reveal too much of his disorder to the outside world - he does not try to conceal them with splashes

13:32

What to do

What To Do, music, art and theatre events around the province

Denise Bush

...of her trips around the world are some of the earliest of their kind, written in the fourth century. A fragment of her ‘Itinerarium ad Loca Sancta’ is kept in the library in Arezzo, Italy. The artist pays tribute to this woman, to her spirit of ... well as many other museums and art galleries around the world. 18X2. Coleccionismo Institucional de Málaga Antequera. Until 30 September. Tues - Sun 10am - 2pm and 7pm - 9.30pm. MAD, C/Diego Ponce 12. The exhibition unites 36 works from the ... The Dolmens Antequera. Until 30 September, 9am - 3pm, 8 - 10pm. From 1 October until 31 December, 9am - 6pm. Closed Mondays with some exceptions. The World Heritage site, the prehistoric Dolmens of Antequera. On 19 July the Menga Festival of

17:36

LifeStyle

'We are more vulnerable and people want to make money out of that'

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...not recommended by the World Health Organisation. It's frustrating. I have received unpleasant messages and companies have even threatened to take me to court for reporting these things, but if the health authorities don't take a stronger stance and