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18:11

Opinion

Dry January

ANDREW J. LINN

We all know someone who is about to complete January without having had a drink, and to we who are accustomed to having a few glasses of wine on a daily basis, a sudden cessation of activity requires some effort. WINE OF THE WEEK Bardos Romántica ... However, unless you are a regular wine-with-lunch and wine-with-dinner sort of person, you probably would not think of having a Dry January anyway. What would be the point? The aim is to reduce alcohol consumption for those five weeks in the blissful hope ... that somehow it will help your vital organs recover from the onslaught of the other eleven months. It is not recorded who conceived Dry January, although rumour has always held it to be a UK invention. Unlike most contrived occasions, there are no

18:04

LifeStyle

31 January 1922: Inaugural flight of the gyrocopter

Tony Bryant

Pioneering civil engineer and pilot Juan de la Cierva y Codorniu made aeronautical history on 31 January 1922 when he made the first flight in an autogiro. The event took place at the Getafe Air Base (Madrid), one of Spain's oldest military

17:51

LifeStyle

24 January 1976: USA and Spain sign friendship treaty

Jennie Rhodes

As Spain started to make its first steps as a democratic and open country after 36 years of Franco's dictatorship, the treaty of friendship and cooperation with the USA was signed on 24 January 1976. Diario SUR's front page headline the following ... the treaty showed Spain the "support of the USA" as it entered a new era. While the treaty signed on 24 January 1976 was the seventh of its kind between the two countries since the USA gained independence in 1776, both men considered it to be the

12:10

LifeStyle

17 January 1966: Atomic bombs fall on Andalusian soil

FRANK GAVURIN

On 17 January 1966, four atomic bombs fell near Almeria, three on land and one in the sea. The bombs were being carried by a US Air Force B-52 bomber, which was flying alongside a refuelling aircraft. The two planes collided, killing all four crew

19:36

Local

A quiet fifth birthday for the Caminito del Rey

ANTONIO M. ROMERO

...more, and the average age of visitors was 41.3. One third of all those who have visited the Caminito del Rey were aged between 30 and 59. The oldest visitor was Manuel Crespo Hoyo, who did it in January 2019, aged 94. As well as walking the Caminito

18:42

Sport

Preparations intensify ahead of critical January transfer window for Malaga

ANTONIO GÓNGORA / BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

Despite more pressing concerns regarding the direction of the club, interim sporting director Manolo Gaspar is hard at work preparing for the opening of the January transfer window next Wednesday. With a shortage of goals (17 from 21 games), it is

12:12

LifeStyle

10 January 2014: Sisters in their seventies meet for first time

Jennie Rhodes

On 10 January 2014 two sisters, both by then in their 70s, met for the first time. Josefa Campos Fernández, 78, was born in Antequera and her sister, Remedios Campos Cantador, 74 was born in Córdoba. They have the same father but different mothers. ... The sisters never got to meet each other as children as their father, Joaquín Campos Fernández (Antequera, 3 January 1911), who had fought during Spain's Civil War, was shot on 8 January 1941 and so the two sisters had no link to unite them. The day

14:33

LifeStyle

3 January 1974: Birth of 'housewives' favourite' matador

Tony Bryant

Born on 3 January 1974, Francisco de Asís Rivera Ordóñez - Fran, as he is affectionately known to his fans - is a matador who was born into one of the most distinguished bullfighting families in Spain. Rivera's great-grandfather on his mother's