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12:20

LifeStyle

Queen Letizia debuts new, shorter hairstyle

SUR

...smart shoulder-length style, however the haircut is not as drastic as the sleek bob that the Queen had a few years ago. She has had this haircut just in time for the 2017 Princess of Asturias Awards next week.

19:05

LifeStyle

British and Spanish royals meet at the Príncipe de Asturias hotel in Malaga

Daryl Finch 24th February 1928

...the UK's Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, who facilitated the meeting. During this time she would spend long periods residing in the Príncipe de Asturias hotel. The first visitor to arrive was Prince George (later King George VI, played by Colin ... including an international tennis tournament and a football match between Malaga CF and British Royal Navy personnel who were docked in the port. Today, the Príncipe de Asturias hotel is known as the Gran Hotel Miramar, Malaga's first five-star luxury

20:26

Local

Final stage of rescue operation gets under way

Juan Cano / Álvaro Frías / Fernando Torres

...inside the shaft on Thursday afternoon. After the completion of an access platform on the surface, the specialists from the Asturias Mining Rescue Brigade are working at the bottom of the shaft in order to tunnel through three metres to the reach the

13:27

What to do

Barceló at the Picasso Museum

Antonio Javier López

...de Asturias Arts Award. Five years later, he created a sculptural installation for the dome of the Human Rights Room at the UN in Geneva. His popularity and institutional prestige has taken his works to the Louvre Museum in Paris and the Reina Sofía in Madrid,

12:07

LifeStyle

The universe loses its great mind

SUR

...about gravitational waves to be verified. That's why Stephen never won the Nobel Prize during his lifetime.” A collection of awards Stephen Hawking was however awarded the Príncipe de Asturias Award for Concord in 1989, by a young Felipe de Borbón, ... us that the future isn't written and it can be changed.” Teresa Sanjurjo of the Princess of Asturias Foundation said that “He was a wise man and an example of the strength of the human spirit.” The Partido Popular (PP) also released a statement: “He

11:44

LifeStyle

Owning an entire village

SUSANA ZAMORA

...tourism business in Taramundi, in Asturias, a municipality with 52 hamlets. He had lived in the one called Teixois until he was eight and already owned three properties there. In 2002 he bought another two "at a very good price" and now owns a large part

11:54

LifeStyle

2 June 2014: A turning point in Spanish history: the King abdicates

Rachel Haynes what happened today?

"His Majesty has just informed me of his wish to give up the throne and start the succession process," he said. King Juan Carlos was to abdicate and leave the Spanish throne to his son and heir, Felipe, then the Prince of Asturias. The monarch himself

21:13

Local

Miners digging tunnel in Totalán use explosives to reach to Julen

JUAN CANO / ÁLVARO FRÍAS / FERNANDO TORRES

...rescue, from visiting experts to villagers Working in pairs in 40-minute shifts, specialists from the Asturias Mining Rescue Brigade set about digging a horizontal tunnel from the bottom of the shaft to connect with section of the hole where Julen is

14:29

What to do

Zambomba festival in Torremolinos

TONY BRYANT

A festive concert offering traditional flamenco Christmas carols will be held in the Príncipe de Asturias auditorium in Torremolinos on Saturday 25 November. Local flamenco group, Casa Pestiño, will perform the Andalusian Villancicos, a style

12:56

LifeStyle

“People could live for as long as 600 or 700 years”

Ángel Escalera

Could immortality be possible one day? This was the burning question at a talk given in Malaga last Friday by Ginés Morata, member of the Spanish scientific research council (CSIC) and winner of the prestigious Prince of Asturias award in 2007.