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10:12

Gibraltar

Royal Navy fires warning flares at Spanish research ship

Debbie Bartlett

The Royal Navy fired several warning flares at the Spanish research vessel Ángeles Alvariño in a tense stand-off which lasted several hours on Sunday, when the Spanish ship failed to respond to radio communications and repeated orders to leave the ... ship. However, Gibraltar’s chief minister, Fabian Picardo, said that he had discussed all the tactical decisions taken and was satisfied that they had been “designed to demonstrate untrammelled sovereignty jurisdiction and control over BGTW.” In a

10:31

National

Doñana, a park running dry

fernando miñana

Miguel Delibes de Castro, naturalist and director for 12 years of the Biological Station at Doñana, says that man is a catastrophe for all other living beings. Perhaps that statement seems unnatural but it is so simple that it may just hold the expla

13:23

What to do

Exhibitions and galleries

Denise Bush what to do

Malaga Gerald Brenan Museum Churriana. Until 1 February. Casa de Gerald Brenan, C/Torremolinos. A collection of photographs of Brenan, his wife and the many friends, among them writers, aristocrats and beatniks, that visited the house in Ch

14:45

What to do

This week in the galleries

Denise Bush what to do

Marbella / Estepona Magpie International Gallery. Marbella. Until 23 January. C/Virgen del Pilar. 200m from port. An exhibition of art work entitled ‘Relaciones’ (Relations) by Austrian artist Dana Nowak. Cecilia Noriega-Bozovich Marbell

15:57

Sport

Quite the turnaround

Rob Palmer OPINION

There's a Liverpool fan who somehow finds me, often at a congested train station, who delights in yelling at me: "What about that Iago Aspas, eh? What a waste of money!" He refers to an interview I conducted with his club TV station when I inferred

14:05

LifeStyle

3 February 1937: The Battle of Malaga

Tony Bryant 3 February 1937

The Battle of Malaga, which began in Ronda on 3 February 1937, was an offensive carried out by the Nationalist and Italian forces during the Spanish Civil War. The assault was a combined effort to eradicate the Republicans' hold over the province o

11:08

What to do

This week in the galleries

Denise Bush

Marbella / Estepona Emmanuel Janvier Estepona. From 18 February until 5 March, New Longman's, Plaza de Manilva, 6. An exhibition of acrylic and watercolour paintings by Emmanuel Janvier. The inauguration evening on 18th starts at 7pm and wil

11:17

What to do

Moguer in the early 20th century

javier almellones andalucía

Moguer is determined not to forget its most illustrious resident, the poet Juan Ramón Jiménez, who was born here in 1881. As well as his mausoleum and the house in which he used to live, he is the subject of an unusual festival which takes place ever

12:01

Local

Former British consul, Thomas Tuite, dies aged 93

Rachel Haynes Malaga

Former British consul, Thomas Tuite, died in Malaga on 18 February at the age of 93. He was born Thomas Robert Henry Stratford Tuite in Dublin, Ireland, in 1923, son of an Anglo-Irish army officer. Before settling in Malaga, Thomas worked for t

15:14

Local

Nao Victoria calls at Alcaidesa Marina on European tour

SUR La Línea

A replica of the Nao Victoria, the 16th century vessel which was the first to sail around the world, is now open to the public at the Alcaidesa Marina. The decks of the sailing ship can be visited at the port from today until Tuesday 28th February