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12:12

LifeStyle

21 September 1994: World Alzheimer's Day is launched

Rachel Haynes What Happened Today?

...anniversary of the organisation. In 2012 the whole of September was declared Alzheimer's Month "to enable associations worldwide to extend the reach of their awareness programmes over a longer period of time", explains ADI on its website. ADI is a

16:54

What to do

Marbella to host event to boost sardine heritage bid

Beach bars in Marbella will host events on Thursday 20 September to boost the campaign, supported by the town hall and the provincial government, for the traditional sardine 'espeto' to be declared intangible cultural heritage by Unesco. Events

13:45

Local

Medina Azahara, World Heritage

CECILIA CUERDO

The archaeological remains of Medina Azahara, near Cordoba, built in the 10th century by Abderramán III, have been made a Unesco World Heritage Site. The international organisation's committee announced in Bahrain last Sunday that it had agreed to ad

16:58

LifeStyle

Esteemed Finnish choir announces winter concerts in Malaga

Tony Bryant

Male Choir) and the Suomen Laulu mixed choir. Laulu-Miehet premiered Finnish composer Jean Sibelius's celebrated Jäger March on 8 December 1917; just two days after Finland declared its independence from Russia. The choir was also the first to

12:56

LifeStyle

“People could live for as long as 600 or 700 years”

Ángel Escalera

Could immortality be possible one day? This was the burning question at a talk given in Malaga last Friday by Ginés Morata, member of the Spanish scientific research council (CSIC) and winner of the prestigious Prince of Asturias award in 2007. “In

11:51

National

Man declared dead in suicide wakes up on the autopsy table in morgue

OLAYA SUÁREZ

...oviedo. An inquiry has been launched in Asturias, northern Spain, after a 29-year-old prisoner, who had been declared dead after apparently committing suicide, woke up naked on the autopsy table in a morgue. According to the man's family, he had ... taken an overdose in his cell and two prison doctors had declared him dead. A third doctor confirmed that he was legally deceased. It was several hours by the time the man started to stir when an autopsy was about to begin. “First he started to snore

16:49

National

The submerged economy

SUSANA ZAMORA

...of the submerged economy, which the European Commission defines as any remunerated activity “which, being legal in nature, is not declared to the public authorities and remains outside their control and taxation”. Social Security fraud When a

11:43

Local

Judge orders Benalmádena to demolish unlicensed apartments

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...building through a special decree. Torremuelle residents took the case to the courts and in 2011 the Andalusian High Court (TSJA) upheld a sentence that declared the decree null and void. Appeals lodged by the local council and the developers were