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14:33

Sport

Ismael, Malaga's youngest ever captain

Pedro Luis Alonso

Weligton, Ignacio Camacho (who incidentally announced his retirement because of injury this week at the age of 30), Duda and Roque Santa Cruz on the day. With Malaga's most experienced players currently all on the exit ramp, it is likely that Ismael will

12:47

Local

Plaque dedicated to tourism pioneer Margaret Horn Taylor

Tony Bryant

Mayor of Torremolinos José Ortiz and councillor for Culture David Tejeiro attended the unveiling of a new plaque at the Hotel Castillo Santa Clara in honour of Margaret Horn Taylor. A pioneer of tourism on the Costa del Sol, Mrs Beautell, as she

15:59

Local

A Semana Santa with no processions - but plenty of charity

SUR

...cause. Resources and campaigns 'Semana Santa Solidaria' is the name of the programme launched by the Malaga brotherhoods (cofradías), which immediately offered their premises, financial resources and volunteers to help with the coronavirus crisis. ... Semana Santa Solidaria scheme which, he says, already has 100 volunteers. Food initiative One Malaga brotherhood that has gone a step further to help families hit by the coronavirus crisis is the Cofradía de Jesús de Medinaceli, which has invested its ... many as 50,000 kilos of products were given out to 5,000 families in just one day. Virtual Semana Santa Meanwhile the brotherhoods are celebrating Holy Week with their members and supporters with initiatives via their social media and YouTube

16:50

Gibraltar

Santa raises funds for Wobbles Children's Charity

Debbie Bartlett

Santa's Grotto and other events at Ocean Village have raised over £2,200 for the Wobbles Children's Charity, during a magical eight-day Christmas festival. Founder Frankie Hatton said Wobbles was thrilled at being chosen: "As a children's charity, ... seeing the children arriving in their droves for just over a week to meet Santa and the other Disney characters was a really worthwhile and rewarding experience for us."

15:32

LifeStyle

17 April 1492: Christopher Columbus obtains funding for his first voyage

Debbie Bartlett

...was approved by the Catholic Monarchs of Spain, Ferdinand and Isabella. Columbus had approached the Spanish monarchs in 1486, and they finally signed the contract, known as the 'Capitulaciones', in the town of Santa Fe, near Granada, nearly six ... Columbus didn't waste any time. He set off on this voyage from Palos de la Frontera, in Huelva province, on 3 August. There were 90 men on three ships: the Pinta and the Niña, both small caravels, and the larger Santa María. He didn't achieve his aim of ... natives called it Haiti) on 5 December. On the 25th, the Santa María ran aground and had to be abandoned, and the others set sail for Spain on 16 January, finally arriving back via Portugal in early March.

11:30

LifeStyle

A saint who became Santa

Tony Bryant

Santa Claus is a character that brings joy to children all around the world in the weeks leading to Christmas, and especially on Christmas Eve. As youngsters, we were told that Father Christmas, as he is affectionately known in the UK, lived in ... Lapland and only ventured out on his reindeers once a year to deliver presents to the "well-behaved" children. Later in life, we discovered that the man behind the story of Santa Claus is St Nicholas, an early Christian bishop who lived in ancient Greece ... to dry, news soon spread, and children (and their parents) began hanging out a stocking on the night before Christmas. The modern version of Santa was created by an American caricaturist called Thomas Nast Very little is known about the historical

20:23

Travel

At home with Santa Claus

PEDRO GRIFOL

...route in reverse. There are also flights from Malaga via Gatwick to Rovaniemi with other airlines. Where to stay Santa Claus has ensured that there is plenty of accommodation in Rovaniemi and there is something to suit all tastes. The Guesthouse ... Borealis is a family hotel with simple rooms; the classic Santa Claushas a private sauna in every room; and the Arctic Light Hotel is considered the best hotel in Lapland: the rooms have skylights to enjoy the aurora borealis from the bed, and the ... sizes and nationalities in colourful anoraks are running around in excitement. They can't wait to meet Father Christmas in person. Once settled in, whether travelling with children or not, the first thing to do has to be a visit to Santa, and in fact

15:44

LifeStyle

14 February 1779: Hundreds drown in El Puerto bridge tragedy

Rachel Haynes

On 14 February 1779, the Cadiz town of Puerto de Santa María was the scene of a devastating accident in which hundreds lost their lives. It was carnival Sunday but that year the celebrations had an even more exciting element - the opening of the ... new San Alejandro bridge that crossed the River Guadalete. The bridge was designed to improve communications in the area and boost the movement of goods between El Puerto de Santa María and Cadiz city and beyond. The instructions to build the bridge