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20:59

Sport

Simeone's Atlético: a recognisable brand

Rob Palmer

...recognised style as he mastered the art of continually rebuilding the side; Simeone is the only man in world football who continues to pull this off at club level. His club is back in vogue after beating Barcelona in a La Liga match for the first time in a ... the previous edition. They rely on a world-class goalkeeper. Once it was David de Gea, then Thibaut Courtois and now Jan Oblak. The defence is constructed of men who can tackle and head the ball, midfield consists of footballers with a bursting heart

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

15:20

Gibraltar

Low key Armistice Day commemoration in Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

...only and members of the public were not allowed to congregate outside. Wreath-laying marks Remembrance Sunday in Malaga's English cemetery The 102nd anniversary of the signing of the Armistice to signal the end of the First World War was

14:28

Gibraltar

A message of hope for 2021 in New Year message

Debbie Bartlett

...much brighter, post-pandemic and post- Brexit world. A world in which we will be closer than ever to Britain. With the right to passport our services into the UK. And as part of the UK's new trade deals with the world. And yet with an enduring

18:34

Local

Tivoli World theme park goes into administration

EFE / SUR

Benalmádena's iconic theme park, Tivoli World, which opened in 1972, has gone into administration. The firm running the park, Compañía Internacional de Parques and Atracciones SA (Cipasa), has been replaced by an administrator appointed by a ... linked to Sandokán. This prevented Tremón from embarking on an ambitious 300-million-euro expansion and modernisation project for Tivoli announced in 2017. Tivoli World was opened in 1972 by Norwegian businessman Bent Olsen, who sold the park to

15:12

Local

The Costa del Sol tourism industry looks forward to its recovery

sur

Covid forum organised by SUR and sponsored by Unicaja Banco. The event, held in Malaga, was designed to replace the traditional dinner SUR and SUR in English host every year in London to mark the World Travel Market, the industry’s major trade fair ... at the forum were the Spanish Minister for Commerce and Tourism, Reyes Maroto, who attended via video conference; as did the president of the Junta de Andalucía, Juanma Moreno; Executive Director of the World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO), Manuel ... message of optimism, saying the Spain would still be a world leader in the industry. “People clearly still want to travel and that won’t change,” he said, adding that the industry must not wait for a vaccine before trying to restore normality. “Safe

15:05

LifeStyle

A rock 'n' roll prodigy at just 13 years old

JOSÉ MARÍA MARTÍN

...in her cap: she has just become the youngest person in the world to obtain a double Grade 8 qualification in guitar and electric bass at the prestigious Trinity College Music in London - the equivalent to a higher conservatory degree. However, these

12:40

LifeStyle

Aids: a success story for researchers

ARANTXA HERRANZ

December 1st is World Aids Day. Since the first cases of HIV were announced over 35 years ago, 78 million people around the world have contracted it and 35 million have died from related illnesses. However, during this time it has passed from being ... enters the body". The complexity in this case is that there are many types of HIV. "It's a bit like all the different types of flu in the world. It's hard enough for the scientific community to come up with a flu vaccine every year, and for Aids it

14:29

Gibraltar

Gib police officer celebrates raising over £7,000 climbing steps

Ash Bolton

The other half of the money will go to the three-year-old daughter (Grace) of a police officer in the UK who has a rare medical condition (Hope for Grace). One of only 17 people in the world with the condition, it caused her to have a number of

16:15

Local

Free entry to Malaga's museums and monuments this Sunday

Pilar Martínez

A total of 26 cultural spaces in Malaga city will offer free entry on Sunday 27 September to mark World Tourism Day. Museums and galleries including the Picasso museum and birth house, the Pompidou and Russian museums have signed up to the