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12:31

National

Banner that lost Catalan leader his power becomes museum exhibit

SUR

The former president of Catalonia, Quim Torra, who was banned from public office earlier this year for refusing to take down a politically biased banner from a regional government building during a general election campaign, has handed in the

14:23

LifeStyle

20 November 1975: The death of General Francisco Franco

Jennie Rhodes

On 20 November 1975, Spain's military dictator, General Francisco Franco, died aged 82 in Madrid. On 19 July 1974, Franco fell ill from various health problems, and Juan Carlos I took over as acting head of state. Franco recovered and on 2 ... socialist PSOE party. Despite efforts by Franco's family and supporters to block the reburial, Spain's supreme court ruled in favour of the government and allowed it to go ahead. The family had wanted to rebury General Franco in Madrid's cathedral,

17:01

Opinion

From dog pound to Sweden

IGNACIO LILLO

I fear we will never be. The fact that Spain in general and Malaga (because of its strong focus on tourism) in particular should be one of the main exporters of abandoned animals fills me with shame. Don't get me wrong: it's better than putting

15:42

Opinion

No point in complaining

Debbie Bartlett

I am a great believer in complaining in certain situations. For example, if it helps to improve customer service in general, because we all benefit from that. If I order something online and the delivery company fails to bring it and is ... Complaining will have no effect whatsoever in stopping or even slowing down this pandemic. It is here, and we have to go along with whatever measures are deemed necessary to keep the population in general safe. People who complain about having to wear a

14:53

Opinion

Come on, trace me

ANA BARREALES

Tracers are supposed to be the people who go looking for close contacts of a person who has coronavirus to see whether they have given it to anyone else. Well here it seems that we, the general public, are the ones who have to chase after them and

16:48

Local

Coronavirus contact tracing app now available across Malaga province

josé luis piedra

The Junta de Andalucía activated its new coronavirus contact tracing mobile application in Malaga and Almeria provinces on Monday. Radar Covid, which is free, uses Bluetooth technology and anonymously informs users if they have spent at least 15 mi

17:21

LifeStyle

14 August 1598: Seville's Casa de la Lonja opens for business

Debbie Bartlett

...used to store all the documentation about the administration of the Spanish colonies which, until then, had been held in Simancas, Cadiz, and elsewhere in Seville, and so it became the General Archive of the Indies. Today it still contains 43,000

12:55

National

Country is in official mourning until 6 June

SUR

Spain entered a period of official mourning for victims of coronavirus this week. The ten days started on Wednesday and ends at midnight on 6 June. It is the longest period of national mourning since the death of General Franco. Flags outside

15:44

Gibraltar

Picardo wins Gibraltar general election

Debbie Bartlett

The GSLP-Liberals have won the General Election in Gibraltar that took place on Thursday. The party led by Chief Minister Fabian Picardo has been voted in for a third four-year term with 52.5 per cent of the votes. Picardo received the highest ... turnout for this election was 70.84 per cent, very slightly above the turnout for the last election in 2015 (70.77 per cent). Fabian Picardo recently announced that, if the GSLP-Liberals should win this general election, it would be his last term as GSLP