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New mother died after being ‘cut in half’ by hospital lift – New Zealand Herald


New mother died after being ‘cut in half’ by hospital lift
New Zealand Herald
Virgen de Valme Hospital is a public hospital and the place where Andalucia’s regional president Susana Diaz gave birth to her baby boy in July 2015. Print this article. Share via email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Show more Bookmark this article.

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Elisabeth Luard: ‘My old table is the only thing that matters to me in my new kitchen’ – The Guardian


The Guardian

Elisabeth Luard: ‘My old table is the only thing that matters to me in my new kitchen’
The Guardian
Quentin Bell made the lamp behind me for us in the 1990s, from drawings I did for my husband Nicholas Luard’s book, Andalucia. It looks eccentric, doesn’t it? I said, “Quentin, what are these?” pointing to the painted motifs beneath the lightbulb fitting.

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Elisabeth Luard: ‘My old table is the only thing that matters to me in my new kitchen’ – The Guardian


The Guardian

Elisabeth Luard: ‘My old table is the only thing that matters to me in my new kitchen’
The Guardian
Quentin Bell made the lamp behind me for us in the 1990s, from drawings I did for my husband Nicholas Luard’s book, Andalucia. It looks eccentric, doesn’t it? I said, “Quentin, what are these?” pointing to the painted motifs beneath the lightbulb fitting.

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Stranded baby dolphin dies after being repeatedly stroked by tourists – iNews


iNews

Stranded baby dolphin dies after being repeatedly stroked by tourists
iNews
A baby dolphin washed up on a beach in Spain died after being surrounded by selfie-taking tourists. The infant mammal had become stranded in shallow waters off the coast of Mojacar in Andalucia after losing its mother. Its unexpected arrival drew
‘Selfish’ tourists blamed for baby dolphin deathBBC News

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Spain’s best sherries: Why La Bota from Equipo Navazos is extraordinary – The Australian Financial Review


The Australian Financial Review

Spain’s best sherries: Why La Bota from Equipo Navazos is extraordinary
The Australian Financial Review
At first, Barquín and Ojeda scoured the barrel cellars of bodegas (wineries) across Andalucia, searching for carefully nurtured casks of beautiful, rare, sometimes very old sherry – fino, manzanilla, amontillado, palo cortado, oloroso, pedro ximénez

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Spain’s best sherries: Why La Bota from Equipo Navazos is extraordinary – The Australian Financial Review


The Australian Financial Review

Spain’s best sherries: Why La Bota from Equipo Navazos is extraordinary
The Australian Financial Review
At first, Barquín and Ojeda scoured the barrel cellars of bodegas (wineries) across Andalucia, searching for carefully nurtured casks of beautiful, rare, sometimes very old sherry – fino, manzanilla, amontillado, palo cortado, oloroso, pedro ximénez

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