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19:27

LifeStyle

10 August 1974: Spain lifts ban on women bullfighters

Rachel Haynes

In 1974, Spain was still governed by a dictatorship and Francisco Franco, albeit in poor health, would live for more than a year. However that did not stop some law changes to bring the country slowly into a world of equal opportunities. One of ... breeders, journalists, photographers, managers, artists and impresarios. Feiner, who moved from her native New York to Spain in her 20s having fallen in love with the world of bullfighting, pays long overdue attention to women whose presence was ignored by ... Sisters, Enriqueta and Amalia Almenara, whose father ran a bullfighting school in Perpignan, earned a name for themselves in bullrings around the country in the late 1930s. During the same period, Juanita Cruz demonstrated her skills in Spain, until the

21:11

National

One in four euros of supermarket spend in Spain goes to Mercadona

SUR

The march of supermarket chain Mercadona continues. Latest data for the period April to June this year shows that 25 per cent of money spent in Spain on food and day-to-day household supplies in big stores goes to the Valencia-based company. This

19:32

LifeStyle

The most keenly-awaited shower

FERNANDO MORGADO

It has only been a few days since there was a total eclipse of the moon and Mars was the closest it has been to the Earth for 32 years, but this weekend our eyes will be firmly set on the firmament again, this time to see something which never ceases

14:58

Local

Cudeca to open Spain's first palliative care training centre in Benalmádena

Tony Bryant

The event was attended by Dr Hamied, who laid the stone; Joan Hunt, founder of the charity, and several representatives of the Junta de Andalucía regional government and Benalmádena town hall. First of its kind in Spain The two-storey research ... centre will be the first of its kind in Spain and will cost approximately one million euros, of which, Dr Hamied, who has supported Cudeca for over ten years, has pledged around 75 per cent. The Dr Yusuf Hamied Training and Research Centre's main ... begin to materialise, while emphasising the importance of the project and the possibilities it will create for both patients and professionals: "The new research and education centre will be the first of its kind in Spain. We are all very excited that

13:17

National

Brexit researchers want the opinions of British expats in Spain

Jennie Rhodes

Research organisation, BrExpats Abroad are inviting Britons living in other EU countries to participate in a brief survey to help them better understand the impacts of Brexit for UK citizens living in the EU27. They say that through the project, r

11:34

Local

Spain fined 12 million euros for the lack of sewage treatment facilities, including in Malaga province

FERNANDO TORRES

The province still has a long way to go in terms of adequate sewage treatment, and the European Court of Justice has just made this very clear by fining Spain 12 million euros for failing to comply with EU regulations. The decision included Coín, ... in the early 1990s. The Commission therefore took Spain to court, and the ECJ found in its favour in April 2011. The Junta says it has been making "major efforts" to improve the facilities However, in 2017 the Court said that as the Spanish ... Wednesday, the court found that Spain has failed to comply fully, because in nine of the 17 municipalities the work required to bring them in line with EU regulations had not been done. In addition to these four in Malaga province, it also applies to

20:43

Local

Union vows "to start World War Three" if demands aren't met despite end of taxi strike

SUR

The taxi strike that has affected holiday-season travel across most of Spain for much of the last week ended on Wednesday night after government assurances that it would address the sector's grievances in September. However a spokesperson for the ... known in Spain). Faced with the increased presence of companies like Uber and Cabify, the drivers feel that the newcomers are not as regulated and provide unfair competition. Uber launched on the Costa del Sol this summer and Cabify has increased its ... local fleet recently. Demand to reduce licences The law says that only one new VTC licence can be given out in an area for every 30 existing taxi licences, but the current ratio in Spain is around one in 10, and even lower in some areas, as a result

12:46

Local

Ryanair cancels 400 flights from Spain during strikes planned on 25 and 26 July

Pilar Martínez

Ryanair announced on Wednesday that it had emailed and texted passengers on 400 flights to and from Spain that will be cancelled next Wednesday, 25 July, and Thursday, 26 July. Airline cabin crews' unions in Belgium, Portugal and Spain are to ... strike over pay and working conditions forcing the low-cost airline to cancel 200 flights, out of the 830 a day it was due to run, from Spain on each of the two days. Flight cancellations and delays: what are your rights? Across Europe, the strikes ... received, it said, then people should go to the airport as normal as the flight will be running. Ryanair has denied that working conditions for its crews in Spain, Belgium and Portugal are bad and has said it has done all it can to avoid the strikes.

15:46

LifeStyle

Roots in England, flowers in Spain

JENNIE RHODES

...her future husband Paco at a party. "During the holiday I knew it was meant to be," she reminisces. She handed in her notice at Bradford hospital and moved to Spain, where she and Paco, who had just finished military service and was setting up his ... explains how her parents managed to bring a traditional three-tiered wedding cake from England for the wedding. One of Cecilia's uncles, Bernard, had been ordained as a priest in Spain and Cecilia explains that he "offered a lot of help" about Spanish ... families and way of life. "I remember Uncle Bernard telling me that when you marry in Spain you don't just marry one person but the whole family and that's certainly true," laughs Cecilia. She adds that her husband's family were very welcoming and that

15:31

National

Trump demands more NATO spend from Spain

SUR

...went to some other allied governments and came ahead of a NATO summit in Brussels next week. Spain currently spends 0.92 per cent on defence, the third lowest percentage in NATO. Sánchez, and Rajoy before him, have said defence commitment cannot be