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11:42

LifeStyle

15 January 2012: The death of Manuel Fraga, founder of the PP

Jennie Rhodes

...which was the forerunner to what is now the Partido Popular. Fraga's party only won 16 seats and less than 10 per cent of the vote in Spain's first democratic elections for 40 years, which were held on 15 June 1977. Fraga went on to become a Member of

17:14

LifeStyle

27 March 1977: Spain's worst aviation accident kills 583

laura lewis

In the early evening of 27 March 1977, two Boeing 747s collided on the runway of Los Rodeos airport (now known as Tenerife Norte), kiling 583. There were 61 survivors. A Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM) plane had started to take off without authorisation,

18:13

LifeStyle

11 October 1977: The return of Victoria Kent

LIZ PARRY / RACHEL HAYNES

On 11 October 1977 the press gathered at Madrid's Barajas Airport to meet one very special passenger. After nearly four decades in exile, Malaga-born Victoria Kent set foot once again on Spanish soil. On arrival the former lawyer and politician, ... Director General of Prisons between 1931 and 1933. During Kent's stay in Madrid in 1977, the newspaper El País reported that she addressed a group of around 40 lawyers at a dinner held to exchange opinions on the prison system prior to a much-needed penal ... Spain when she was appointed ambassador in Paris by the republican government. She lived in Paris until 1947, when she moved to Mexico and later to New York. Despite being welcomed warmly by her followers on her return in 1977, she did not stay long

16:01

LifeStyle

18 January 1977: Cause of Legionnaires' disease discovered

Debbie Bartlett

On 18 January 1977 two scientists at the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta, USA, put an end to a mystery which had been puzzling society for months. Dr Charles C. Shepard and Dr Joseph E McDade discovered what caused Legionnaires' disease,

15:47

What to do

Punk rock festival to rekindle the colourful spirit of 1977

Tony Bryant

Those who participated in the explosive punk rock scene of the 1970s will enjoy the Punkirola 77 festival on Saturday 10 November. This exciting music festival will present several bands from the UK and Spain and will invoke the spirit of 1977, a

12:51

LifeStyle

8 March 1977: The UN day for women's rights and world peace

Debbie Bartlett

The United Nations began celebrating International Women's Day in 1975, which had been designated International Women's Year, but it was in 1977 that the General Assembly invited member states to designate 8 March as the UN Day for women's rights

13:36

LifeStyle

15 June 1977: Spain holds first democratic election after death of Franco

Debbie Bartlett

June 15th 1977 was a turning point in Spanish history as the people went to the polls to vote for a government for the first time after a dictatorship that had lasted nearly 40 years. General Francisco Franco had ruled the country with an iron hand ... on its decades of repression. Spain still had a long way to go. For example, after the 1977 election there were only 21 female MPs. Now there are 137, and new prime minister Pedro Sánchez Castellón has appointed 11 women and just six men to his

15:59

Sport

'I feel this is my place in the world; I enjoy country life'

OSKAR BELATEGUI

Maider Unda (Vitoria, 1977) says that her six-year-old daughter Iraide sometimes plays with the bronze medal that she won at the 2012 London Olympics. "She's still too young to understand the effort it takes to get there," she says. Nowadays the

12:51

Local

Why was the 1977 march and death so symbolic for Malaga?

SUR

In 1977 Spain was getting ready for democracy and a new constitution was being drawn up. The document stated that some regions, which historically had had the right to self-government, could quickly set up new autonomous parliaments with extra

12:48

Local

Malaga remembers anniversary of 1977 shooting during march for Andalusian autonomy

SUR

People in Malaga took part in commemorations this week to remember a dark day in 1977 that led to the tensest scenes in the city since the end of the Spanish Civil War several decades before. Some 2,000 politicians and members of the public ... marched through Malaga city centre last Sunday four decades after another demonstration of 200,000 locals turned violent in the period after General Franco’s death. related news Why was the 1977 march and death so symbolic for Malaga? The ... peaceful rally in 1977 had been organised to urge central government to allow the Andalucía region to achieve devolved power in the shortest period possible. It was felt that Madrid was denying Andalucía “a historic right”. As the march on 4 December