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15:26

Travel

The eight Andalusian hotels not to be missed

Andrew Forbes

...cookbook, and regular cookery courses are offered too. Jaén Palacio de Úbeda Hotel Renowned for its production of 'liquid gold', Jaén province boasts more olive trees than anywhere else in Spain and produces at least a fifth of the world's olive oil.

14:44

Sport

Star-studded line-up for rebranded Vuelta a Andalucía

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

...to a UCI ProSeries event. Therefore, with higher world ranking points up for grabs, teams have, in the words of organiser Joaquín Cuevas, "greater choice", with the race having more "appeal". As a result, the likes of Enric Mas and Marc Soler

16:03

LifeStyle

The magic of a spoon

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

There are cultures based on the fork, others on chop sticks; but every population of the world uses spoons, says Bee Wilson in her book Consider the Fork. In what is one of only a few informative works on kitchen and table utensils, Wilson also

15:30

What to do

Helen Mirren, Gustav Klimt and an international war correspondent

Jennie Rhodes

Altmann's relatives by the Nazis in Vienna just prior to World War Two. Altmann took her legal battle to the Supreme Court of the United States, which ruled on the case Republic of Austria v. Altmann (2004). O'Connor says she became interested in the

15:27

Opinion

A singular dilemma

ANDREW J. LINN

When you look for restaurants in most of the world's cities that specialise in customers eating alone, Spain rarely features. Why? Because here the act of eating suggests a group activity, and one hardly ever sees anyone eating on their own. The

15:25

Opinion

Keeping everyone happy

Mark Nayler

Times, she said that the government would consult the business world about proposed labour reforms, which are aimed at undoing those made by former conservative prime minister Mariano Rajoy in 2012, at the height of the crisis. To put it another way: ... year isn't going to help reassure investors. Indeed, the Socialist-Podemos alliance must perform a precarious balancing act to keep everyone happy: concerned parties include the business world, the EU, Podemos, an electorate whose distrust of

15:24

Opinion

Chakra can't

Peter Edgerton

...ends in 'arcissism'. I blame Madonna, proclaiming as she did that the world was her playground or some such tosh. (I also blame her for a merciless butchering of American Pie but that's a whole column in itself). Tired? Fed up? Chakras shot to hell?

15:23

Opinion

Subtle differences

Rachel Haynes

Another pest causing a stir, this time a bigger, global one, is the coronavirus. Quite rightly the world's population is watching on warily; this unknown virus is easily spread and has been fatal in several hundred cases, albeit a small proportion of the ... congress? The gradual stream of big and small firms pulling out of the World Mobile Conference in Barcelona, for fear of their staff falling ill, left none of the organisers prepared to sit tight and say "nothing to worry about". But was there really? So,

15:02

National

World Mobile Congress cancelled amid virus fear

SUR

The coronavirus claimed an economic victim this week. The huge World Mobile Congress, the main global shop window for people in the mobile technology sector, was called off on Wednesday. The annual event, which has a contract to be held in

14:50

Sport

Simeone's scrappers

Rob Palmer

...with the best team from the so-called best league in the world? That's just how their manager Diego Simeone likes it. Lull the opponents into a false sense of security, take the blows and counter just when it's least expected. In La Liga, they are ... be given to the second leg. Atlético have nothing to lose. They rebuilt in the summer and started with the defence. There's nothing wrong in that department and they've one of the best goalkeepers in the world. The midfielders also run a 10k race ... in the summer to pursue a solo career. The odds are getting stacked up against him, some would crumble, he'll be absolutely loving it. Remember, Simeone is the man who blotted David Beckham's perfect copybook at the 1998 World Cup. It took him 20

10:39

Local

Experts carry out new inspection of Mijas pool where three drowned

FERNANDO TORRES / JUAN CANO / ÁLVARO FRÍAS

New inspections on the pool at Club La Costa World, where three members of the same family died on Christmas Eve, began on Monday. After being given the approval of the judge investigating the case, an engineer and a professional diver,

18:58

What to do

Around the galleries

Denise Bush

...exhibition will be of seventy-five photographs of the flamnco world of Carlos Saura. It includes a photo of Antonio Gades reading the director’s notes for Carmen (1992) while lying on a bed, Lola Flores improvising, and the flamenco master, Camarón during

18:52

What to do

What to do - music and more

Denise Bush

609510131 www.st-andrewscofe-spain.org Johan Stengård Nerja. 7 March, 7pm. Centro Cultural Villa de Nerja. World class saxophonist Johan Stengård will be in concert playing popular songs such as Dancing Queen, Georgia On My Mind, My Way etc.

19:15

Opinion

Tourism virus

Pilar Martínez

...it is the dimension that this outbreak, which has been declared a global health emergency by the World Health Organization (WHO), could reach. This experience shows that this type of incident causes a slump in the tourism industry that is difficult

19:10

Opinion

Low seasons

ANDREW J. LINN

It is impossible to deny that in this world of fastidious foodies and wine snobs, there are idiots of all types. WINE OF THE WEEK Hábitat Garnacha Syrah The Torres bodega is the oldest family winery in Spain and among Europe's oldest. To its ... believe his Vega Sicilia, in spite of all the myths and flimflam that surrounds it, is not worth anything like the 400 euros average price per bottle. When Paul Bocuse, one of the world's greatest chefs, died three years ago at his restaurant in Lyon, it

17:43

Travel

Sustainable travel

Andrew Forbes

As the planet becomes ever more crowded, and increasingly affected by a changing climate, the concept of sustainability needs to evolve from being a buzz word into a way of life. Many sectors of the world's economy are changing the way they do ... investment-friendly economy which has wholeheartedly embraced tourism. The World Travel & Tourism Council suggests that foreign visitors contribute up to 17.2 per cent to the economy, which is one of the biggest and fastest growing in the Caribbean. Yet it's neighbour ... aviation fuel. As passengers we can likewise invest in certified organisations that support projects as diverse as planting trees, promoting clean energy like wind power and providing clean burning stoves to people in the developing world. This is a

15:43

Sport

"I hope with his signing we can fill the stadium every fortnight"

JULIO RODRÍGUEZ

The signing of Esteban Granero last week sent shockwaves across the footballing world. The former Real Madrid midfielder left Espanyol to drop two divisions to join Marbella. "This is unheard of in Segunda B," said the club's director general,