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11:36

Local

Malaga Airport celebrates 100 years with small plane retracing the route of the first arrival

FERNANDO TORRES / NEIL HESKETH

Malaga Airport just before 10.30am last Sunday and those on board helped write a little more of the history of the Costa del Sol. ÑITO SALAS A CENTURY FLIES BY 9 March 1919. At 10.30am Pierre Latècoére and Henri Lemaitre spot from their biplane an ... Vélez-Málaga base for Toulouse several days earlier to get ready and flew back along the same route as a century before into Malaga. They were accompanied in the sky by two small planes from the Latècoére Foundation, which maintains the legacy of the French air

15:03

Gibraltar

Gibraltar Museum acquires 18th-century Henry Cowper watch

Debbie Bartlett

An 18th-century gold watch signed by Gibraltarian goldsmith Henry Cowper has been acquired at auction by the Gibraltar National Museum, beating numerous other bidders and finally buying the beautiful piece for £5,334. Henry Cowper is probably ... this watch is embossed with classical figures surrounded by the typical C-scrolls of the 18th century, and the elegant white enamelled dial has Arabic and Roman numerals. The watch shows signs of having been well-worn and loved over the years. The

18:40

Local

Valuable 18th-century mural uncovered in Estepona

Charo MÁRQUEZ

Refurbishment work to a building on Calle Modéjar just outside the centre of Estepona has unveiled a highly valuable 18th-century mural on the façade of a building. The artwork, created in Baroque style, has aroused the interest of many experts,

13:10

Local

Video surveillance cameras installed at Bezmiliana fort

VICTORIA BUSTAMANTE

...vandalism to the 18th-century fort. Culture councillor, Antonio José Martín, said on Tuesday that the cameras are in strategic positions around the building and "cover all angles to stop the proliferation of graffiti". The fort was built in 1766 under

13:34

LifeStyle

Ireland meets Malaga for St Patrick's Day

GEORGIE KENNY

...with the letter w, and even appears written on 19th century maps, as 'Galbei'. Little is known about the origins of this establishment, but it is understood that it belonged to Eduardo Galwey Molina, the grandson of John Galway of Ireland.

10:14

LifeStyle

Gerald Brenan's Yegen, a century on

Mark Nayler

...changed much since the early twentieth century. Getting off the bus in Brenan's former pueblo (a twice-daily service runs from Granada and takes you through some of the Sierra's most humbling landscapes), a few old houses on one side of the narrow road ... (all of which have nevertheless retained their beauty and charm). But Yegen, and the eastern Alpujarra as a whole, is still of a "different character" from the west, as Brenan observed almost a century ago. Despite the arrival of TVs, gas cookers,

13:21

LifeStyle

The goddess Ceres wants to come home to Cártama

Fernando torres

When it was first discovered, the head of the goddess Ceres was thought to be no more than a piece of stone. It turned out however to be of great archaeological value, part of a Roman sculpture dating back to the first century. The head is known

14:31

Local

A quarter of a century watching over the health of the Costa del Sol

MÓNICA PÉREZ

In the early hours of 29 December 1993, a baby in a hurry to be born brought forward the opening of the Costa del Sol Hospital in Marbella. The new facility was not due to receive its first patients until later that day, but when a local woman, Belén

11:05

LifeStyle

The customary glutton of the 17th century

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

"stomach is the source of his anguish and his contentment", who eats breakfast in bed and is delighted to be knuckle-deep in sauce. Like the so-called 'foodies' of today, the gluttons of the 17th century would rummage in the far reaches of the larder to see