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18:13

What to do

What to do - music and more

Denise Bush

Mundi. Fuengirola. 28 February, 11am. Arabia: Scorpions, camels and Bedouins. Group leader Kay White Lux Mundi. Fuengirola. 26 February, 11am. Science And Technology - ‘Anthrolpolgy is the study of culture of other peoples’. What insight ... does anthropolgy give us of our own lives and that of prehistoric people? And what can we say about the sexual life of savages? Group Leader: Ian Phillips. Lux Mundi. Fuengirola. 25 February, 12.30pm. History: 'Poets, Playwrights and Painters,

18:27

What to do

Around the galleries

Denise Bush

Costa del Sol Seoane. Retratos Marbella. Until 22 May 2021. Museo Ralli Marbella. The temporary exhibition is by Galician-Argentinian artist Luis Seoane. Emmanuel Lafont Marbella. Until 29 February. Galería Yusto/Giner, C/Madera. La

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 ne

15:36

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7 February 1992: Maastricht Treaty signed by EC members

Debbie Bartlett

On 7 February 1992, Spain and Britain were among the 12 members of the European Community to sign the Treaty on European Union, informally known as the Maastricht Treaty after the Dutch city in which this took place. The other EC members at the time

18:04

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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 airbases.

17:44

Travel

What impact will Brexit have on travel within the EU and to the UK?

Andrew Forbes

When it comes to travel, as with all other aspects of life for British foreign residents in Spain, Brexit will inevitably have an impact. However, the most important fact to remember is that the UK is leaving the EU with a transitional deal. INFORM

17:51

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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 day

18:49

Sport

You get what you pay for?

Rob Palmer

What do you get for a combined 350-million-euro summer investment in the transfer market? A poor six-month return appears to be the answer. Eden Hazard, João Félix and Antoine Griezmann jostled for the summer headlines but come the winter stock ... It's just proving my old mum wrong when she told me: "You get what you pay for!"

12:10

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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