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20:40

National

Rajoy prepares to intervene in the Catalan regional government

SUR

Catalonia, and restore constitutional order to that autonomous community,” the statement said. It wasn’t clear to what extent Article 155 will be used. The clause in the 1978 post-Franco constitution has never been invoked before and gives central

20:32

LifeStyle

Hispanic Day, a celebration of what?

Tony Bryant

...dictator, General Francisco Franco, favoured the day as a way to extol the values of his dictatorship. The celebration of the anniversary in Spain dates to 1935, when the first festival was held in Madrid. In 1981, a royal decree established Día de la

13:30

Local

La Línea - on the line

SUSANA ZAMORA

...part of the local population finds smuggling to be a lucrative way of life in the absence of other opportunities. VIEWS Juan Franco Mayor of La Línea “It's like a seven-headed serpent; no matter how often you cut one off, another one grows” “If ... but we don't. Ours has social housing on it, and this is the best part of town. The Urban Plan needs to be changed, and we are working on that,” says Juan Franco, the mayor, whose party La Línea 100x100 governs in coalition with the Partido Popular. ... level of education and few job opportunities, they have made tobacco and drug smuggling their way of life. “It is too big an enemy; it's like a seven-headed serpent, because no matter how often you cut one off new ones grow,” says Juan Franco, who

00:18

LifeStyle

A 'mini Normandy' on Gibraltar's doorstep

Ash Bolton

...the only place on Continental Europe opposing the Axis Forces. Franco, who was sympathetic to the Axis powers of Germany and Italy, feared that Britain and France might try to invade Spanish soil via Gibraltar or Morocco. The view of La Línea

12:09

LifeStyle

“There wasn't anywhere like Torremolinos”

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...pizzeria. Business never prospered. “It was a disaster,” she says. The excitement of the early sixties managed to survive amid the oppressive Franco years. One night, “after I had been arguing with the owner of El Dorado”, the club nextdoor, Shelagh began

11:05

Local

150 million euros invested in the renovation of hotels in Torremolinos

Tony Bryant TORREMOLINOS

...director of the former, Carlos Franco, announced the opening of the hotel’s new convention centre, the renovation of the thalassotherapy centre, as well as reforms in the restaurant, bars and solarium. The 19-million-euro project is due to be finished in

16:00

Sport

Derby goal fest adds to Malaga's holiday cheer

Daryl Finch

Franco Vázquez, however, had other ideas. The forward gave the home side a scare as he took a tumble in the area after Diego Llorente went in for an ill-advised lunge for the ball. Fortunately for the Blue and Whites, Vázquez received a yellow for

18:17

LifeStyle

Dubbing still reigns in Spanish cinemas

ICÍAR OCHOA DE OLANO

44 per cent of the Spanish population was illiterate, there was little point in subtitling films to make them understandable. Later, during the Franco era, dubbing was incorporated into Spanish law. In 1941 the Law of Defence of the Language

13:07

LifeStyle

Isabel Oyarzábal, a silenced pioneer

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

Asunción school to her exile in Mexico. Oyarzábal died a year before Franco. She had not returned to Spain, but her family still recalls the impact of her presence before she went. “My mother was one of the first women in Malaga to use a bicycle, and