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12:18

LifeStyle

A bakery with 137 years of history

sur

The Hermanos Guerrero bakery in Benalauría is about to celebrate its 137th anniversary and is still run by the Guerrero family, now in its fourth generation. The bakery first opened its doors in 1882 when Miguel Guerrero decided to celebrate the c

11:15

LifeStyle

Richard Ford on Spanish cuisine

A. VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

Between 1830 and 1833, in numerous places in Spain, a foreign man could be seen riding a horse, dismounting from time to time to draw landscapes, talk to the locals and make notes in a book. This was long before the British took over Benidorm, the Ge

16:17

LifeStyle

The sweet history of turrón

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

...alaxu (sic)," he said. So now in the 21st century perhaps we should look at the simple turrón differently. Soft or hard, and no matter what the flavour, it is one of the of this country's history.

17:08

Sport

Xiong Zhenfeng, the first Chinese player in Marbella FC's history

julio rodríguez

...player, however, broke the mold. Xiong Zhenfeng became the club's first Chinese player in its history, joining from Liaoning FC on loan until 30 June. The full-back, 21, had been training with the squad all month but his trial was turned into a deal on

21:39

LifeStyle

Following in Norman Bethune's footsteps

Daryl Finch

...and despite it being one of the darkest chapters in Spanish history in which between three and five thousand people died, La Desbandá "is hardly known at all outside Spain", especially when compared to the atrocities at Guernica. However, things are

14:50

LifeStyle

Remembering the deadliest conflict in history

Tony Bryant

17 million people who lost their lives in one of the deadliest conflicts in the history of the human race. HMA Simon Manley and German ambassador Wolfgang Dold will give readings at the Remembrance Day service at St George's Church in Madrid. The

17:05

Opinion

Stock market history, the investor's friend

JEREMY BLATCH

"History may not repeat itself, but it rhymes." Mark Twain. During October investors in stock and bond markets around the world saw declines in their portfolios, therefore a look at market history may be useful. So far this year, the US stock ... The study of market history shows that money flows into the market when it is going up, and flows out when it goes down. Most investors are not comfortable investing against the consensus and believe that, if enough people are buying, then the crowd

14:03

Gibraltar

Gibraltar History Lectures continue at the university

Debbie Bartlett

The fifth series of Gibraltar History Lectures begins at the university this month, with a talk by Dr Geraldine Finlayson, Director of Heritage and Environmental Services at the Gibraltar National Museum, on 'Gibraltar's Medieval History'. The ... English in Gibraltar: A Historical Perspective, by Dr George Garcia on 9 November; Writing Gibraltar, a Personal History by M.G. Sanchez on 23 November, and Families, Genetics and Evolution by Dr Darren Fa on 30 November.

10:52

What to do

A journey through pain to recovery

ANTONIO JAVIER LÓPEZ

...seguiriyas'. When. Until 2 February. Where. Palacio Episcopal, Plaza del Obispo, Malaga. 'Aguatintas por seguiriyas' is a vibrant exhibition of the 30 works that he completed in just ten months, each one a reference to a time in Andalusian history. Not

14:36

Sport

From El Tel to Gran Sam?

Rob Palmer

Athletic Bilbao is a club that is respected globally for being a constant in Spain's top league and sticking to its Basque-only player policy. It's a club with a magnificent support, an incredible modern stadium and an impressive history but the ... Laporte headed to Manchester City and Kepa Arrizabalaga to Chelsea for a combined 140 million euros. Outgoing president Josu Urrutia said recently: "Financially speaking we are on a better footing than at any time in modern history." Would they reverse ... Muniain was stalling on a new contact and Iñaki Williams is an exciting young striker who has been capped by Spain. The fact that none of Williams' four goals this season have been scored at home tells a story. The players have history weighing them