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12:55

Gibraltar

Parliament House in Gibraltar to be restored

Debbie Bartlett

Parliament House in Main Street Gibraltar, which was built in 1817, is to be restored to its former glory, including taking back the commercial premises on the ground floor and returning them to their original use. The building began as the Exchan

16:13

Sport

The dream is over for history-making Davidovich

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

history: he became the first local player to even reach that stage in a Grand Slam tournament. However, he went even further than that, beating the UK's Cameron Norrie 7-6 (2-7) 4-6 6-2 6-1 on Friday to reach the last 16, becoming the first Spaniard under

12:35

Sport

Alejandro Davidovich, the highest ranked Malaga tennis player ever

pedro luis alonso

Alejandro Davidovich is a force of nature. In what is the high point of his career so far, he rose to 70th in the latest ATPrankings published on Monday - the highest ever for a player from Malaga (the previous best was Emilio Álvarez who ranked 81st

15:38

Sport

Davidovich makes history by reaching third round in the US Open

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

He did it again. It was another landmark in Alejandro Davidovich's triumphant career. On top of his junior Wimbledon title, the first Challenger win (in Seville) and the ATP 250 semi-finals in Estoril, we now have to add the third round of a Grand Sl

15:32

LifeStyle

25 September 1997: The Ryder Cup tees off at Valderrama

Jennie Rhodes

For the first time in its seventy-one-year history, golf's Ryder Cup took place outside the USA or UK and came to Sotogrande's Valderrama golf course (Cadiz) in 1997. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofía opened the ceremony on 25 September, fulfilling

19:50

Opinion

Tales from the old days

Rachel Haynes

The schoolgirl picks up her history book and starts to read. She's on the chapter when countries across the world were struck by a fierce disease that left millions tossing and turning with high fever and killed hundreds of thousands of them. ... leaders, and order all men, women and children to cover their faces. The girl looks up from her history book. Without checking the date, she assumes she's been reading about the 17th or 18th century, even earlier. She reminds herself how times change, ... methods. Again, our reader imagines the story comes from centuries gone by... and again she gets a shock. 2020, a year for the history books.

18:40

LifeStyle

15 May 1793: Farm labourer makes Spanish aviation history

Tony Bryant

On the night of 15 May 1793, a farm labourer with no formal scientific education made Spanish aviation history with an invention that was purely the result of his own ingenuity, skill and courage. Although his achievements were often overlooked,

18:16

Sport

The bruise brothers

Rob Palmer

...latest eight-game ban in 2019 and appears to have run out of steam. The heavyweight division could be rekindled by a rematch with Suárez and Costa. It's a frightening partnership and there is recent history of Barcelona losing a coveted striker to

15:20

Local

Marbella's pandemic past is uncovered

Héctor Barbotta

Work on the foundations of the old La Fonda hotel and restaurant in Marbella Old Town, which is being restored, has uncovered remains which may provide previously unknown information about the town's history. These include the walls of the old San ... a large part of Marbella's history. However, he also stresses that the works have only just begun to be carried out and it is possible that there will be other discoveries as well, including another necropolis which is thought to have existed in

19:57

Gibraltar

Gibraltar National Museum's virtual tour is giving thousands a look back into the past

Debbie Bartlett

Nearly 5,000 people with an interest in Gibraltar and its history have gone online and visited the National Museum's website and social media pages since it set up its Virtual Museum two weeks ago. Posts have ranged from archaeology to social ... history, with the most popular on the Great Sand Dune behind Catalan Bay, the medieval Galley House at Casemates and a 20 thousand-year old bone spear point from Gorham's Cave. Also popular are descriptions of artefacts, adverts from the Gibraltar

15:52

Education

Students combine language, culture and history in one visit

SUR IN ENGLISH

Protestant cemetery in Spain and preserve it as a garden and monument to be enjoyed by future generations, Liz went on to explain the history of the cemetery. She emphasised its many connections with the industrial past of the city, and with its current ... its history of which they had previously been unaware.

18:32

Gibraltar

Gibraltar Museum now has virtual posts online

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar National Museum may have closed its doors to visitors because of the coronavirus but it is still possible for those anyone who is interested to enjoy the history, archaeology, heritage and natural history of the Rock online, thanks to

17:05

LifeStyle

29 May 1953: Mount Everest conquered for the first time

Jennie Rhodes

At 11.30am on 29 May 1953 New Zealand mountaineer and explorer Sir Edmund Hillary (1919-2008) and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay (1914-1986) reached the summit of Mount Everest, becoming the first confirmed mountaineers to successfully climb to the top. Hil

16:56

LifeStyle

'With Covid-19, we have to look back and learn lessons. History repeats itself'

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

...always been interested in pandemics. He believes that history has a tendency to repeat itself. As a result there is much in common between Covid-19 and the Plague of the 14th century. Janis, what do you mean by 'history repeats itself'? History is ... hygiene, since many doctors were employed. I actually want people to learn the effectiveness of quarantine from the past. Janis, knowing the history, could you forecast the consequences of the current coronavirus? The main consequence that resulted from

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

16:19

Sport

Rincón Fertilidad claim victory in the Copa de la Reina final

marina rivas

Malaga-based handball team Rincón Fertilidad claimed the first piece of silverware in their history on Sunday. They ran out winners of the Copa de la Reina held in Alhaurín de la Torre, seeing off Elche in the final, winning 24-20 after having led

16:48

Sport

Davidovich falls to Schwartzman after making history in Australian Open

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

Alejandro Davidovich is out of the Australian Open, but he managed to make history before being eliminated by 14th seed, Diego Schwartzman. The tennis prodigy's victory over Slovakian Norbert Gombos, a thrilling five set encounter (4-6, 6-4, 2-6,

12:43

LifeStyle

18 September 53: The birth of Rome's 'Spanish' emperor

Alekk M. Saanders

In history he is known as Trajan, though his birth name was Marcus Ulpius Trajanus. Trajan was born in the Roman province of Hispania Baetica on 18 September 53 AD. His birthplace of Italica, north of modern-day Santiponce and northwest of Seville, ... social welfare programme in history to help thousands of orphans and poor people. Unsurprisingly, he was named as the second of the Five Good Emperors who presided over an era of peace and prosperity in the Mediterranean world. Back in Andalucía, in

21:42

LifeStyle

The Roman jewel discovered in Salar

denise bush

Spanish history has been slow. Although discovered in 2004, funding wasn’t available for the first phase until 2006 and work was only able to continue until 2011 when the project ran out of money. In this first phase, archaeologists uncovered the