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18:13

LifeStyle

26 June 1987: Jesús Gil y Gil takes over at Atlético Madrid

Debbie Bartlett

On 26 June 1987, Jesús Gil y Gil was elected president of Atlético de Madrid football club. In those days his name was not as famous - or notorious, would be a more accurate description - as when he was mayor of Marbella, but his was a character whic

13:25

Local

British residents in Spain called on to take part in university survey

SUR IN ENGLISH

...two expert researchers of retirement migration to Spain, Dr Jordi Giner from the University of Valencia and Dr Charles Betty, a British expat who last year became the oldest person from the UK to be awarded a PhD for his work. Charles was also given

19:34

LifeStyle

19 June 1980: The death of the girl 'born out of science'

Daryl Finch

...girl) wrote her name into the history books when she became the first baby in Andalucía to be born alive after her mother died, and only the fourth in Europe. Gynaecologist Dr José Gálvez Ginachero, medical specialist to Maria Christina of Austria, the ... Niña de la Ciencia' was unable to work and she remained in the asylum. She was also forgotten by the city, which was fascinated by her story during the first months of her life but very quickly lost interest in what became of her. Seventy years after

16:45

LifeStyle

5 June 1599: Birth of influential artist Diego Velázquez

Tony Bryant

...his most famous religious-theme works, especially The Immaculate Conception. Velázquez had established his reputation in Seville by the early 1620s and by the age of 23 he had arrived in Madrid, which became his home for the remainder of his life.

18:00

Opinion

Tourism and the left

Héctor Barbotta

...attempt to find an explanation, by that historical, and at this stage unacceptable, cultural incomprehension. A long time ago now tourism stopped being entertainment for a privileged few and became the bread and butter for many. It ought to be taken more

12:50

Sport

Marbella jiu-jitsu champion's fateful fight

Andrew Forbes

...following the sudden unexpected impact between both competitors as they began their fight. But it rapidly became clear that Babak was conscious and able to move his head - his body, however, was frozen, paralysed. Life can change in a split second. Babak

19:44

LifeStyle

Louise Brown: "People were surprised I wasn't born with two heads"

EFE / CRISTINA PINTO

The first person in the world to be born following IVF treatment, Louise Brown, says that when people heard her history they were surprised that she "didn't have two heads" and was "normal". Louise, who was born in the UK on 25 July 1978, addresse

11:30

LifeStyle

A saint who became Santa

Tony Bryant

Santa Claus is a character that brings joy to children all around the world in the weeks leading to Christmas, and especially on Christmas Eve. As youngsters, we were told that Father Christmas, as he is affectionately known in the UK, lived in Lapla

15:03

Sport

A 'Malaguista' from 3,000 kilometres away

BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

"I'm John Arild, I'm Norwegian and I'm a Malaga fan." It's as clear and as simple as that. 'Malaguismo', as supporting the club is known, stirred something in this 22-year-old Languages student who one day would like to teach Spanish and who is now a

11:32

Gibraltar

Gibraltar Police Commissioner announces retirement

Debbie Bartlett

The Police Commissioner in Gibraltar, Ian McGrail, announced on Tuesday that he is retiring after 36 years in the police service. In 2006, he became Gibraltar's youngest ever Chief Inspector and took up the post of Commissioner two years ago, in