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12:54

Local

Horse rescued with the help of ARCH is now part of the Iglesias family

SUR IN ENGLISH

...permanent home. The horse they chose, a 12-year-old mare known as Moni, had been at the centre for several months after being abandoned, tied to a tree on waste ground near Malaga a year ago. She was heavily pregnant and gave birth to a small colt foal in

14:20

LifeStyle

30 October 1910: Birth of republican poet Miguel Hernández

Tony Bryant

Miguel Hernández Gilabert, the republican playwright and poet who received considerable fame during the late 1930s and early '40s, was born in Valencia on 30 October 1910. Raised in a poverty-stricken environment, Hernández was associated with the

12:43

LifeStyle

18 September 53: The birth of Rome's 'Spanish' emperor

Alekk M. Saanders

In history he is known as Trajan, though his birth name was Marcus Ulpius Trajanus. Trajan was born in the Roman province of Hispania Baetica on 18 September 53 AD. His birthplace of Italica, north of modern-day Santiponce and northwest of Seville,

16:45

LifeStyle

5 June 1599: Birth of influential artist Diego Velázquez

Tony Bryant

Baroque artist Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez is considered the most influential figure in the history of Spanish portraiture. Although some confusion surrounds the date of his birth, it is of common belief that he was born in Seville on 5

15:08

LifeStyle

10 April 1908: Birth of Malaga singer Miguel de Molina

Tony Bryant

Born in Malaga on 10 April 1908, Miguel Frías de Molina, artistically known as Miguel de Molina, was a Spanish 'copla' singer and actor who made his name in the 'tablaos' (flamenco clubs) and theatres of Madrid during the early 1930s. His big break c

14:28

LifeStyle

The new arrival at the ARCH rescue centre puts a smile on faces

SUR IN ENGLISH

Staff at the Andalusian Rescue Centre for Horses (ARCH) were given a lovely surprise recently when one of the centre's rescue donkeys gave birth overnight. The little black foal has been named Saracen after the sponsor Saracen Horse Feeds. The ... birth brought a welcome spark of optimism at the centre; ARCH receives no government funding and relies heavily on income from its charity shop in Alhaurín el Grande which, like all retail businesses at the moment, is closed indefinitely. Information

15:47

LifeStyle

29 November 1899: The birth of a football giant

Rachel Haynes

On 29 November 1899, a group of young men of different nationalities met in Barcelona to found a sporting association. Several of them had answered an advertisement placed in the magazine Los Deportes several weeks previously by Swiss sports enthusia

16:42

LifeStyle

8 November 1975: Birth of Spanish dancer Ángel Corella

Tony Bryant

Considered one of the leading dancers of his generation, Spanish ballet sensation Ángel Corella was born in Madrid on 8 November 1975. His dancing career began when he was spotted by celebrated Russian ballerina Natalia Makarova, who recommended the

17:31

Local

Birth rate in Malaga province at its lowest since records began in 1941

NURIA TRIGUERO

...fewer babies (or a reduction of 2.16 per cent) than in the first half of 2018. These statistics are from a study into natural movement of the population which has just been updated by the National Institute of Statistics (INE). The birth rate is ... births). This has been the case in Spain as a whole for years, but until now Malaga had escaped thanks to its younger population and higher birth rate than other regions. In reality, the first half of 2018 was the first period in history in which ... was not the case. Mortality was lower than the previous two years. To be specific, 6,551 people died between January and June this year, which is 9.2 per cent fewer than in the same period the previous year. Clear downward trend The birth rate

17:29

Local

"Decent salaries and job stability would increase the birth rate"

nuria triguero

A "culture of seasonal employment" and the "fragility" of conciliation policies are causing the low birth rate in Spain, according to Antonio Izquierdo, an expert in demography and head of Sociology at the University of A Coruña. In the first half ... that countries in northern Europe have an average of "half a child more than we do", to demonstrate the effect of the labour market on people's decision to have children. "Decent salaries and job stability would increase the birth rate," says this