surinenglish

HEMEROTECA

Búsqueda por término:

* Contenidos disponibles desde enero de 2006

Búsqueda por día:

2020
Mayo
L
M
M
J
V
S
D
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

Filtrar resultados

  • Sección

  • Autor

  • Desde

  • Hasta

Filtros aplicados:

3127 resultados para 'what'

NOTICIAS 3127 noticias encontradas

« volver
15:38

Opinion

What's the plan?

Mark Nayler

The Spanish government's ambitious and expensive welfare plans will have to be put on hold, possibly abandoned, in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. That was one of the underlying messages conveyed by Bank of Spain governor Pablo Hernández de Cos in

17:10

LifeStyle

22 May 1940: Gibraltar is evacuated in the Second World War

Debbie Bartlett

...the ships with food and water, and the evacuees were physically forced on board. The problem was that Britain didn't know what to do with them. Refused permission to disembark in Gibraltar, they were forced to travel across the Atlantic to avoid the

18:07

What to do

Art, music and culture during the lockdown

Denise Bush

Opera The Metropolitan Opera Every night, 7.30pm EDT (12.30am Spain). Free. While the MET is closed due to the epidemic it will be screening presentations from the Live In HD series of cinema transmissions. Each transmission will remain avai

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, toda

18:44

LifeStyle

8 May 2000: King Juan Carlos I joins protests against ETA

Jennie Rhodes

Then King Juan Carlos I and his wife Queen Sofía joined tens of thousands of Spaniards on 8 May 2000 in a silent protest in defiance of recent murders carried out by Basque separatist group ETA. "The murder of the word" is how they described the r

15:00

Opinion

New drinking patterns

ANDREW J. LINN

...recuperation, this time nobody can be certain what will happen. The situation is without precedent. Understandably, EU wineries expect to receive financial assistance from Brussels, but the greatest fear is that the vicissitudes may mark a new pattern in ... winemaking and wine consumption globally. This comes on top of what was considered another fraught situation provoked by Trump-imposed tariffs: a 25% import duty on EU wines entering the US. What does the future hold for wine producers? They have to ... calculate accurately what future sales will be, difficult with a supply chain working at half efficiency. The coming 2020 grape harvest will be crucial and there are even doubts that sufficient labour will be available. Virus-hit Italy depends on exports of

16:57

What to do

Tribute to Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons goes online

Tony Bryant

Fans of the music of the 1960s and 70s will enjoy an online lockdown concert staged by one of the Costa del Sol's most popular vocal groups. A Tribute to The Jersey Boys is a show dedicated to the incredible story of the rise to fame of one of the mo

16:54

What to do

Malaga's arts hubs, all set for a grand reopening

Antonio Javier López

The majority of Malaga city's largest and most popular museums and galleries, including the Carmen Thyssen museum, the Russian Museum, the Centre Pompidou and Museo Picasso Málaga will reopen for the first time since the start of the state of alarm t

16:00

Sport

Back on the court and track... 66 day later

MARINA RIVAS / PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

For more than two months (at least 66 days), athletes, tennis players, golfers, and padel players have been unable to take to the field or track due to the pandemic. For many of them, they would have to go back to their childhood or when they had a s

15:07

LifeStyle

1 May 1890: International voices unite for workers' rights

Rachel Haynes

On 1 May 1890, workers took to the streets in Spain to mark the first International Workers Day. The previous July, in Paris, the congress of the Second International, an organisation of Socialist and Labour parties, declared 1 May as an internatio