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15:45

LifeStyle

Torremolinos celebrates 30 years as a town

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...of the former district supported a general strike to protest about the city having "kidnapped the file" in order to hold the process up. Fernández Montes, one of the first to promote autonomy and celebrated "Independence Day" during his

19:48

LifeStyle

New Year's resolutions: a 4,000-year-old pledge to self-improvement

Tony Bryant

...the Babylonians, who celebrated the New Year in March. March was a logical time for the New Year because spring begins and crops are planted. But the Babylonians had a greater motivation to stick to their promises than what we have today, because ... those who touched his head. The Romans usually made resolutions with a moral flavor, but when the Empire accepted Christianity as its official state religion in the fourth century, the Feast of Circumcision began to be celebrated on January 1. The

19:07

LifeStyle

A beautiful mind

...mind” has also received all kinds of recognition and distinctions, on a national, regional and local level. Among them is the Gold Medal awarded by the Malaga provincial government in 2013. Now Fundación Cudeca has celebrated 25 years of providing

13:23

Local

New start for Marbella's leading print museum after uncertainty

SUR

...considered the best of its type in Spain and celebrated 25 years last year. The new programme kicks off with a temporary exhibition of work by Axarquía artist Evaristo Guerra until 5 May. The museum's catalogue of art is almost matched in length by it's

20:32

LifeStyle

Hispanic Day, a celebration of what?

Tony Bryant

However she is most revered in the region of Aragón, where the basilica in Zaragoza bears her name. The holiday is not widely or enthusiastically celebrated in Spain; there are no other large-scale patriotic parades, marches, or other events, except for ... Spain, has banned the celebration, saying the holiday celebrated the genocide of the Americas. They also claim it has Francoist connotations. Critics of Hispanic Day have argued that the holiday should be banned across Spain on the grounds that former

14:14

Opinion

Celebrating health

Rachel Haynes

...spending is clearly needed in both the UK and Spain if they are to continue to be proud of being able to offer free healthcare for all, that glorious right that was celebrated so enthusiastically at the opening ceremony to the London Olympics in 2012. But

15:10

LifeStyle

A dip in the sea for charity and New Year's resolutions

SUR IN ENGLISH society scene

...thanked La Videra and everyone who made this event a success. Royal British Legion Mince pies and sherry Around fifty members and guests of the Coín Branch of the Royal British Legion celebrated their last function of the season with mince pies and

17:37

LifeStyle

July Fourth: Independence Day?

Tony Bryant

...that the celebrations should have taken place on 2 July, as he demonstrated in a letter he wrote at the time: "The second day of July, 1776, will be the most memorable epoch in the history of America. I am apt to believe that it will be celebrated by

16:10

LifeStyle

A generational change at the Buchinger Wilhelmi fasting clinic

GABRIELA BERNER

...grandparents, and parents. This impression was also shared by about 150 friends of the family, who had gladly accepted the invitation to the event. On a beautiful summer evening not only the generational change at Buchinger Wilhelmi was celebrated, but also