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14:48

Sport

Former boss grateful for the “warmth” he was shown

SUR

...shown both by fans and club employees, especially sporting director Mario Husillos. He added that it had been a privilege to lead the club and that he was sad that he wouldn't be able to “settle in Malaga and see his new Malagueño grandson every day”.

11:08

LifeStyle

Home is where the art is

JENNIE RHODES

But who wouldn't want to live in an art gallery? This is the home that Prisca, 52, and Hanock moved to with their two children in 2014. Their 18-year-old son has since moved back to Holland, but their daughter, who is 15, goes to school in

11:59

Opinion

New Year's resolutions

JUNE RENDLE

She had no-one to watch her trying and failing to keep her resolutions. So she smiled, sipped her Scotch, and decided she wouldn't bother to make any.

15:14

LifeStyle

Close finish in race to be first baby of 2018

JESÚS HINOJOSA/NIEVES CASTRO

wouldn't be able to celebrate New Year's Eve, and so did my family,” joked Morales, “they kept telling me that I'd go into labour on the first, and I did!” According to information from other local hospitals, the next baby to be born in the province on 1

12:26

Opinion

Never-ending story

Peter Edgerton

...go and I wouldn't bet against only one bloke turning up with a tambourine on the last day, knocking himself out in an ill-advised attempt to smack the infernal thing one final time before he collapses in heap of Christmas exhaustion. Even the

18:59

LifeStyle

"I'm Batman and together we're the 'Superheroes of Hearts' "

J. C.

Andrés. Edu admits that Andrés is his 'teacher' as well as a good friend. “Our routine is a bit unusual. We arrange to meet up and have lunch together in the cafés at the hospitals. I wouldn't take any step in the future unless Andrés thought it was a

18:58

LifeStyle

A policeman dressed as Spiderman

JUAN CANO

...find the costume. “I wanted a good one. I thought that would be easy, but it wasn't. I finally found one abroad for 600 euros. My mother laughed; she said they wouldn't let me into the hospitals, dressed like that,” says Edu 'Balboa' (his profile name

23:20

Sport

Betis bring Malaga crashing back down to earth

Daryl Finch

...nevertheless, could breathe a sigh of relief. The reprieve wouldn’t last long. Having lost central midfielder Adrián to injury, the Blue and Whites looked disorganised having brought on forward Diego Rolán and upsetting the natural balance of the side. This

18:12

Opinion

Eating behind bars

A. J. LINN

...ongoing prosecution, the Gürtel case, the principal defendant, Francisco Correa, asked for his appearance in a court hearing to be got through as quickly as possible so he wouldn't miss too much of the cooking class he had signed up to at Picassent jail.

18:01

Opinion

Dignity forty years on

manuel castillo

wouldn't have reached Seville first then Malaga, nor would we have an airport like we have on the Costa. Despite this, Andalucía is the region that best fits in with Spain. Perhaps that's why it's down to us to lead the defence of a model of territorial

10:51

LifeStyle

The bittersweet emigration to Hawaii

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN A documentary by Eterio Ortega

...now recording testimony from many people in Hawaii and California who are the descendents of those pioneers who suffered such hardships. In fact, the banks wouldn't even accept money from those exiles so they were forced to keep it at home. But when

12:43

Opinion

More waste, less speed

Peter Edgerton

...realise that all that binge watching and listening I'd indulged in had given me the tools to be able to do just that via the most intense crash course in storytelling in the history of the world. Just a few months earlier, I wouldn't have had clue how to

17:17

Sport

"We've been thinking about the winter transfer window since September"

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

...much patience with the coach, although this one always has. If I were a calmer type of person, more relaxed, I wouldn't be flogging myself so hard to find solutions. But I am, and we have found some. On Sunday you have another final coming up, and

11:02

LifeStyle

Coaching the rich and famous in Mijas

Tony Bryant Jenny Hoad, Tennis player and coach

...years, but was eventually forced to sell, which, in her own words, “was an extremely difficult decision to make”. “Looking back I wouldn't change a thing. I love this area and have many great memories of my life here with Lew; he absolutely adored

11:10

LifeStyle

Grey matter is green

JOSEBA VÁZQUEZ

...windows and views to the outdoors, and that has a positive effect on the students' performance,” he explains. Nothing that Rousseau wouldn't have known already. And he wasn't even Japanese.

19:11

LifeStyle

"I don't believe in the word 'jazz', I just call what I do 'music' "

Mindy Burrows/Iván Gelibter

...extension of what we experience every day, it’s changing all the time, so to call it by a particular name wouldn’t make sense. I can give you an example, when Bach was in the what people call today the Baroque period, they didn’t have a name for the time

11:34

LifeStyle

Successful Open Studios event in Jimena

Debbie Bartlett

...been fears that people wouldn't bother to come or even that they would be disappointed that there wasn't more on offer. Nothing could have been further from the truth, and the event, at which the artists threw open the doors of their studios to

20:09

LifeStyle

The man who shed light on Estepona

CHARO MÁRQUEZ estepona

Gaitán and Miguel Ramírez to take. The photographs were then sent to other members of the society in the form of postcards. The Estepona councillor responsible for Local Heritage, José María Guerrero, said, “Without these images we wouldn't know the

12:56

Local

Hundreds swear allegiance to country amid Catalonia tension

E. CABEZAS

...wearing the traditional mantilla, or black headdress. They said that they had both wanted to join the army as young girls, but that their parents wouldn't allow them to do so and the event was an opportunity to show their commitment to their country.

14:40

Sport

Simeone - time to turn to a new generation

Rob Palmer a look at la liga

...will drop to €100m when the next transfer window opens but to lure him away, a suitor would have to deal with Simeone and that wouldn't be pleasant. And there we go again, nobody signed a Manchester United star until Ferguson felt it was expedient and

18:50

Opinion

Only the beginning

Mark Nayler

Before pointing out that it was uncertain whether the vote would happen and that Rajoy didn't want it to, Trump declared: “I bet if you had accurate numbers... you'd find that [Catalans] love Spain, and [that] they wouldn't want to leave”. The weird

11:33

Local

Regional inheritance tax finally reduced after public pressure

lalia gonzález-santiago SEVILLE

Spain to avoid the levy. As part of a parliamentary-support deal with the Ciudadanos party, the PSOE-controlled Junta de Andalucía government has agreed to change the rules. Ciudadanos had said that it wouldn’t support the Junta’s annual budget unless

13:24

LifeStyle

Living with a bullet in the head

Rubén Cañizares

...worked really hard for 100 days to recover. Never once did I think of giving up""I don’t bear a grudge against him. I forgave him a long time ago. If I spent 24 hours a day planning on revenge, I wouldn’t be happy. Maybe I was more to blame than he was,

14:14

Sport

The BBC is in trouble

Rob Palmer a look at laliga

...the Castilla days and he’s crafted him carefully. He introduced him when nobody expected it and held him back when he was having his greatest impact. Most managers wouldn’t have been able to resist the temptation, however Zidane started him in just six

20:44

Local

Demolition starts on British couple's Almayate home

Eugenio Cabezas / Jennie Rhodes

...told by the architect, who assured them that it wouldn’t be a problem. The architect subsequently resigned from the project. However, the work was completed and the Wards moved into the property. British couple hope their Facebook post will

18:51

Sport

Checklist incomplete

Rob Palmer a look at laliga

...comes when injuries, suspensions and fatigue kick in. Last season, Zinedine Zidane could regularly make nine changes and the equilibrium wouldn’t be affected. If his opposite number made any alterations then Barça’s balance would wobble. Ernesto

11:00

LifeStyle

"Classical music has been like a best friend; it has never let me down"

Rachel Haynes

...him right the way through to the music we listen to today. Without him we wouldn’t have Beethoven or Rachmaninov, or Justin Bieber for that matter. Rachmaninov I love because at a time when all the other composers were really pushing harmonic

17:12

Sport

Unicaja announce the launch of a women's team

marina rivas

...the sport in the region. However, he was quick to point out that Unicaja wouldn’t be acting alone, and that the work of other clubs around the area was key. “We want to learn from the rest of the clubs and continue to grow, little by little. We are ... this “great forward step”, in the words of the latter. Soler, a Spain international currently playing for Estudiantes, described it as “a big step”, admitting that had the option been open to her as a young player, she wouldn’t have had to “take in

20:42

Local

British couple hope their Facebook post will help keep bulldozers away

Jennie Rhodes

...assured them that it wouldn’t be a problem. The work was completed and the Wards moved into the property. “In hindsight we learned that we should have applied for a new licence after what had happened with the wall,”the couple explained to SUR inEnglish

18:08

LifeStyle

Money, money, money... always sunny... in the rich man’s world

Rachel Amstrong

Hodgkins, Marketing Director for Linekers Group loves the tourists and “watching them have a great time”. She said: “I am sure it’s a mixed reaction from different residents, but without the tourists Marbella wouldn’t be what it is today; you only have to ... Spain, where competition is rife “to be better, richer and more successful than the rest”. And she wouldn’t change it if she could. Love it or loathe it, there is no denying that Marbella is a headline-grabbing destination. And even more so during

18:21

Sport

Los Corsarios need funding so they can compete

marina rivas

...provide some money towards it. One of the most famous web platforms for crowdfunding for sporting causes is ‘Apontoque’. Los Corsarios hope to raise at least 10,000 euros to cover the costs of competing in the league. In fact, that sum wouldn’t cover

13:43

What to do

A surefire success

...deadly provocative halogen lamps, clad with prim butter-wouldn’t-melt-in-their-mouths lampshades, mean peace. “The Guns Collection is nothing but a sign of the times. We get the symbols we deserve.” In order to counteract potential flak from anti-gun

17:34

LifeStyle

Different, but not so gloomy

Mark Naylor

“snoozing” England by the violence, Lee wouldn’t return here until 1951, when he and his wife Kati made it the penultimate stop of their four-month tour of Andalucía. Foreigners still visit this charming coastal town, but nowadays it is often overlooked in

20:01

National

Former PMs line up to discuss Spain's constitution at Vocento forum

ramón gorriarán

wouldn’t happen, but there was disagreement over the effectiveness of any constitutional reform. Felipe González, prime minister from 1982 to 1996, said that consideration should be given to reforming the Spanish constitution to address Catalonian