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19:08

Sport

A letter from America

Rob Palmer

It was an American voice that could sell the latest keep-fit equipment or Hollywood blockbuster. "THE greatest soccer tournament this summer," he belted out from my taxi driver's radio before lowering his voice an octave "... on American soil." E

19:16

National

PM talks business and human rights on tour of Latin America

SUR

The prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, began a five-day visit to Latin America on Monday. In the tour he has been meeting with the leaders of Chile, Bolivia, Colombia and Costa Rica. Spain is a key investor in Latin America and the visit is also

15:12

Opinion

Ace of clubs

Peter Edgerton

Many moons ago, while visiting San Francisco and feeling a little peckish, I made the fatal mistake of ordering a club sandwich from a downtown takeaway place, just to tide me over until tea time. The chap behind the counter, smiled knowingly at the

12:16

LifeStyle

“Someone from America doesn't come to Ronda to order saki”

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

America to Ronda and decides to eat at Bardal is not going to order a saki and yuzu cocktail. What would be the point? And I, as a chef, feel more comfortable with this style because I really like my sauces, my stews, my 'sofritos' of onion, tomato,

12:30

LifeStyle

The town in America where wi-fi has been banned

Debbie Bartlett

There are no mobile phones or wi-fi in the town of Green Bank, in West Virginia, because the government's massive, highly sensitive Robert C Byrd radio telescope is based there and anything which could interfere with its listening power is prohibited

12:35

Gibraltar

Lee Spencer, 'The Rowing Marine', sets off on an epic challenge

Debbie Bartlett

America. He aims to become the first physically disabled person in the world to row the Atlantic, east to west, and beat the current able-bodied record which is held by Stein Hoff of 96 days, 12 hours and 45 minutes. Lee hopes to be able to complete the

14:07

LifeStyle

15 February 2003: The day that Spain said 'no' to war on Iraq

GEORGIE KENNY

Sixteen years ago it is estimated that around 10 million people took to the streets, all over the world, to protest against the Iraqi war. It was the largest anti-war protest and remains to be the biggest one-day global demonstration the world has ev

10:51

LifeStyle

1 June 1778: Families from Malaga embark on a journey to colonise Louisiana

MADDY HAY what happened today?

...group of 16 Spanish families set sail to America aboard the ship San José, led by governor Bernardo de Gálvez from Macharaviaya. The majority of the colonists were from Malaga, with many hailing from the Axarquía and Alhaurín de la Torre. At this time,

12:22

LifeStyle

From San Francisco's streets to the big screen

NURIA TRIGUERO

Day after day for 20 years Moses lived on the same street corner of the financial district of San Francisco. He used to call it his “office”. He didn't ask for money, but he liked to talk to people. Many of the executives who passed him every day wer

12:27

LifeStyle

Climbing Alstroemeria

DENISE BUSH

Bomarea is a genus of plants with around one hundred species, the majority of which are climbers. It is a member of the Alstroemeriaceae family and has similar leaves and flowers. Bomarea is native to South America and Mexico and is found in

14:01

LifeStyle

9 March 1888: Birth of one of Spain's most celebrated vaudeville performers

Tony Bryant What Happened today?

Born in Tarazona in Aragón on 9 March 1888, Raquel Meller was a celebrated vaudeville performer who appeared in several films and toured extensively throughout Europe and America. Christened Francisca (Paca) Marqués López, the popular actress,

19:40

Sport

Favourable first impressions

Rob Palmer

...the festive matches in England when teams are juggled, and players unseen for months will make prominent appearances. Having the ability to use five substitutes will become a science. I remember this was trialled when I played in America. Our coach

19:34

Travel

Miami, the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

STAY: The Meridian Hotel Close to the buzz of the iconic Ocean Drive, South Beach, yet within the authentic, quieter residential district of 'SoFi', this new budget hotel offers a cool Miami vibe with its brilliant white, mid-century architectura

20:50

Travel

Hidden Andalucía, the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

...these mountains one can find arid wilderness like the weatherworn prehistoric canyons of the Badlands. Evocative of America’s wild west, the area is something quite unique to experience. The soft stone, hollowed out by storms over thousands of years, has

11:33

LifeStyle

10 November 1998: Andalucía offers to take in children after hurricane Mitch hits

Jennie Rhodes

The Junta de Andalucía's Social Services department was overwhelmed by calls from families across the region after announcing a campaign to take in children who had become victims of hurricane Mitch, which struck central America in October and ... America between 29 October and 3 November, dropping historic amounts of rainfall in Honduras, Guatemala, and Nicaragua. Deaths due to catastrophic flooding made it the second deadliest Atlantic hurricane in history at the time after the Great Hurricane of

14:18

LifeStyle

Charity walk raises funds and awareness for suicide and self-harm prevention

Rachel Amstrong estepona

Campaigner Michael O’Halloran, who lost his son and two nephews to suicide, organised the Darkness into Light walk and was delighted with the turnout. Participants ranged in age from seven to 75 and most came from Ireland, Great Britain, America and Spain.

14:36

LifeStyle

The three waves of Spanish Flu

ÓSCAR BELTRÁN DE OTÁLORA

...for two months. A similar situation occurred in the rest of the world, although South America and Australia were not affected. The second wave The second phase of Spanish flu occurred in the autumn of 1918. In Spain, there are several theories ... is no unanimous opinion about where it began, but there is speculation about Liberia, the city of Boston in America or the French port of Brest. In Australia, which had escaped the first wave, the arrival of troops from Europe resulted in 80,000

15:07

LifeStyle

1 May 1890: International voices unite for workers' rights

Rachel Haynes

...the annual commemoration. Chicago was at the time America's capital of industry and thousands of workers supported an eight-hour-day strike. On the fourth day, however, violence broke out, leading to the Haymarket affair. A bomb was thrown, killing

16:59

Opinion

Holy chefs

ANDREW J. LINN

...work during this and previous crises, and the name on many people's lips will be chef José Andrés. Fresh from appearing on the cover of Time, José Ramón Andrés Puerta is currently America's best-known Spanish import. Born in Asturias, he has been

13:59

LifeStyle

Paco, the priest from Malaga sent by the Pope to a marginal district of Buenos Aires

NURIA TRIGUERO MALAGA

...years in Latin America, was painting a Christmas mural with residents of one of the most deprived areas of Buenos Aires, Isla Maciel. It is an old port district with high unemployment and a major drugs problem. Paco was sent there 12 years ago by Pope ... drugs, misery and violence were common, Paco has found his "place in the world". Before, he had travelled across much of South America with different humanitarian projects. "I'm happy here," he says, and he is grateful to the Pope for having guided him to

22:12

Opinion

Don't become a victim of market volatility

JEREMY BLATCH JB@ehh.gi

In March 1933, at what turned out to be the peak of the Great Depression, President Franklin Roosevelt gave the famous rallying cry to America that "the only thing we have to fear is fear itself". Today fear has again gripped investors, and we have

13:44

National

Renfe wins six-billion-dollar deal for high-speed rail in Texas

SUR

...will be the first AVE line in the US. Last May, Renfe of America was set up as a company and the final contract will be signed with Texas Central Partners, the private firm behind the project. Renfe is facing having its services in Spain, where it

15:14

National

Europe awaits Greta as Madrid climate summit gets started

SUR

...arrival, from America by catamaran, of teenage environmental campaigner Greta Thunberg. Thunberg, whose criticism of lack of action on climate change has made her a household name, was offered passage by Australians, although bad weather means her arrival

16:41

What to do

Art, music and culture during the lockdown

Denise Bush

Cumming in a series of shows filmed in America. Alan Cumming became an American citizen in 2008, a decade after taking New York by storm in Cabaret, and this 2018 Joe’s Pub set explores his immigrant experience. YouTube Joe’s Pub. Aquarium tour

13:17

Opinion

Trade wars are good, according to Trump

ANDREW J. LINN

...to lose customers, or pass it on and still lose customers. Either way it was almost certainly a prelude to closing down her business. The Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America Association has projected the loss of 36,000 jobs and US$1.6 billion in

12:14

What to do

Piano recitals to mark Beethoven's 250th birthday

Tony Bryant

...pianists, performing throughout Europe, North America and Asia. The first concert on the coast will take place in the Truffels Restaurant in Elviria on Sunday 26 January. Tickets for the concert, which starts at 8pm, cost 35 euros and includes welcome

15:44

LifeStyle

14 February 1779: Hundreds drown in El Puerto bridge tragedy

Rachel Haynes

...came from Count Alejandro de O'Reilly, an Irishman (born Alexander O'Reilly) who was then captain-general of Andalucía. He reached this position on his return from America where he had been made Governor of colonial Louisiana after fighting with the

12:33

Gibraltar

US Congress members on two-day visit

Debbie Bartlett

A delegation of five Members of Congress of the United States of America arrived in Gibraltar for a two-day visit on Wednesday. It follows the trip to Washington made by deputy chief minister Dr Joseph Garcia earlier this year, and was organised

21:11

LifeStyle

Legendary Spanish singer Camilo Sesto dies aged 72

Daryl Finch

Tributes continue to pour in from across Spain and Latin America this week after the death of legendary singer-songwriter Camilo Sesto on Sunday. Sesto suffered a cardiac arrest as a result of kidney failure. His death, at a hospital in Madrid, ... 180 million), Sesto's music was a soundtrack to a generation across both Spain and Latin America. Camilo Sesto on stage in 2010.EFE Most famous in Spain for his classic ballad, Vivir Así es Morir de Amor, Sesto gained international recognition for ... all of Latin America mourn the loss of Camilo Sesto. His melodies will always be part of our memory."

16:07

Opinion

Out of their natural environment

PETER HARRISON

...seen raccoons in America but I am sure I saw two in my garden." I assured her it was probably not an illusion as I have observed them here in Spain from time to time, indeed one ran in front of our car not so long ago. They are indigenous to America

17:59

Travel

Destination 2020

Andrew Forbes

...cacti, is considered the most biodiverse area in North America. APRIL Japan Bento tray, Japan.FORBES With the 2020 Summer Olympic Games coming to Tokyo, the world's attention will be focused on this remarkable island nation. Japan has never been ... savannahs for his science fiction novel, The Lost World. Although you won't find any dinosaurs here, you might well see some of South America's giants including giant river otters, giant anteaters, as well as jaguars. Talking of impressive, Guyana is also