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16:17

LifeStyle

The circus school with no big top

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...by Lauropark, says Anthony, and it has barely lasted four seasons. The sun, frequent use and its more than ten years of life have all had an effect. This school put the big top up for the first time in 2017, on a site ceded by the local council.

13:57

Local

Keys to the lighthouse handed over to Marbella council

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...the transfer and stressed that she was focused on "the recovery of facilities for the town". This week the council also announced that the central government had ceded the Comandancia de Marina marine command building which will be used to help achieve

13:16

Gibraltar

8 June 1969: Franco closes Gibraltar border

DEBBIE BARTLETT

ceded to Britain in perpetuity under the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713. According to the press of the time, which of course was State-controlled, the drastic decision to close the border and cut off all types of communication with Gibraltar was welcomed

20:42

LifeStyle

13 July 1713: The Utrecht Treaty passed Gibraltar and Menorca to Britain

Debbie Bartlett

Prince Philip the Fifth, the Catholic King of Spain, concluded at Utrecht the 2/13 Day of July, 1713", and it meant that Gibraltar ceased to be Spanish and was ceded in perpetuity to Britain. Many people, however, may not be aware that the same Utrecht ... 1763 after winning that war. In 1782 Spain regained control of Menorca after a lengthy siege in Port Mahon, and Britain ceded it back to Spain the following year. That however, was still not the end of the matter. The small island of Menorca was invaded

17:24

Opinion

An ongoing dispute

Mark Nayler

Britain than it is now, so there is no reason that it should share management of the airport with Spain post-Brexit. But lurking behind that argument is a territorial dispute that goes back right back to 1713, when Britain was ceded Gibraltar as part of