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17:31

LifeStyle

The 'flu' virus that killed 1,500 people in Malaga a century ago

PEDRO LUIS GÓMEZ

...in 2018, he has one of the most dazzling fortunes on the planet and enormous political power as well. Professor Silvia García Barrios, who has studied the history of the Civil Hospital and that of Dr José Gálvez Ginachero, says that in the early ... shipwrecked frigate Gneisenau (1900) were treated. At the time, these two were the only hospitals in the Malaga region and they played a vital role during the time of the epidemics. Dr Gálvez Ginachero was a key figure in organising the fight against the ... Spanish flu epidemic in Malaga, together with a group of other local doctors. It should be remembered, however, that in 1918 José Gálvez Ginachero was not yet the director of the hospital; he was not appointed to that post until 1923. The director of

18:01

Sport

Signs of improvement despite defeat

marina rivas

...visit of the Real Betis than they showed in their previous two games, moving the ball around more easily and posing more of an attacking threat. 0 Malaga 3 Real Betis Bea Parra (41'), Rocío Gálvez (45'), Priscila (65') Patricia was left ... half time that was Malaga's undoing. Bea Parra benefitted from poor defensive positioning to give the visitors the lead in the 41st minute, before Rocío Gálvez doubled the advantage moments later with a header. The first twenty minutes following the

09:47

Sport

Two defensive errors condemn Marbella to yet another defeat

OPTA

...before Jürgen passed up a clear chance of his own. San Bernardo keeper Rubén Gálvez's gloves were kept warm in the 35th minute when he kept out Elías Pérez's freekick at the second time of asking. The first half ended with the feeling that all would

12:10

Local

Embassy gets preview of planned triple tribute to Gálvez in the US

REGINA SOTORRÍO

The Spanish embassy in Washington hosted the presentation on Tuesday of three tributes to the eighteenth-century war hero, Bernardo de Gálvez, who was born in Macharaviaya, in the Axarquía. An opera, film and statue of the Spanish military figure ... who led the Battle of Pensacola in 1781, during the American War of Independence, will each be premiered or unveiled in 2019 in the cities of Houston and Galveston in Texas. The opera, Yo Solo: Gálvez the Unsung Hero of the American Revolution - ... Let's Make Him Sing!, by Marec Béla Steffens, is due to premiere in spring next year in both cities, while a documentary film, directed by historian and documentary director and producer, Gary Foreman, and based on the book, Gálvez / Spain - Our

12:23

LifeStyle

Three local doctors named among 100 best in country

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Gálvez in Malaga before moving to the Hospital Internacional Xanit in Benalmádena and later the Hospital Quirónsalud Málaga. Urology specialist José Ángel Gómez Pascual has worked at the Hospital Infanta Elena in Huelva and at the Hospital Regional

13:11

Local

Town hall accused of hiding USA trip expenses

Eugenio Cabezas

...five-year period. The trips have been made to mark events related to Bernardo de Gálvez, who led the Battle of Pensacola during the American War of Independence and was born in Macharaviaya. Rivas said in a statement that members of the town hall, which

16:08

Sport

San Fernando stunned by bottom side Malagueño

OPTA

...back just six minutes later by Pablo Sánchez's strike. In the second half, however, Hicham sealed the win when he coolly chipped the ball over goalkeeper Rubén Gálvez. Malagueño are now closing the gap and are eight points from safety in group IV of

16:05

Sport

Jack Harper: "I wouldn't say I was Spanish; I'm a Scottish malagueño"

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

...the Costa del Sol. Yes, in Malaga [in the Hospital Gálvez]. It's strange; I wouldn't say I was Spanish but I do feel 'malagueño'. Tell me a bit about how your family ended up here. Because your brother Ryan was born in Scotland, wasn't he? Yes, I

14:48

LifeStyle

Malaga's forgotten female writers

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

Rosa de Gálvez and Isabel Oyarzábal Smith, and others who were local by adoption, like Gamel Woolsey, Jane Bowles and Mercedes Formica, can occasionally be found in a library, but are awaiting a definitive rescue. That, however, is not just a matter of ... Europe. However, it took over 70 years for her autobiography to be published in Spain. María Rosa de Gálvez was born a century earlier and adopted by the Gálvez family, although it is suspected that she was her adoptive father's biological daughter. She ... de Hoy released a translated version which, on the front cover, referred to her marriage with Brenan to attract readers. She died of cancer in 1968 and is buried in the English Cemetery in Malaga. María Rosa de Gálvez (Malaga, 1768 - Madrid, 1806) -