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16:12

LifeStyle

3 July 2005: Same-sex marriage law comes into effect in Spain

Jennie Rhodes

A law allowing people of the same sex to marry and adopt children came into force on 3 July 2005, making Spain only the third country in the world where gay marriage was legal at the time. The law was passed on 30 June by the socialist PSOE govern

15:59

Opinion

Restaurants as law enforcers

ANDREW J. LINN

...no standards or guidelines. Until you walk through the door you have no idea what awaits you. In Spain, fortunately, people are overwhelmingly peaceful and rarely confrontational, unlike some other European countries or the USA. In many American ... previously they had given orders. Waiters now have to stand their ground against irate customers who will not submit to what 'some flunkey' tells them. Message to customers: If you are not prepared to wear a mask please go somewhere else. No-one is happy ... wearing a face mask but what is the alternative?

16:07

Opinion

In all but name

Mark Nayler

...repeat adoption of the strict austerity measures introduced a decade ago during the economic crisis". Yet it's not at all clear that there's any meaningful difference between what the Bank says will be necessary to contain Covid's economic fallout and

16:04

Opinion

Dead grateful

Peter Edgerton

...players on each team and with the main skill set required being an ability to avoid the girls with skipping ropes who invariably stood in what in modern football jargon would be called 'the hole' or 'the channel' but that we called 'the way'. Anyway, one

16:00

Opinion

Disconnected villages

IGNACIO LILLO

...same: what is really needed is for broadband internet access, via the new 5G or through fibre optic cables, to be the same for everyone, whether they live in Malaga city centre or the remotest village of the Serranía de Ronda. You can't expect

15:53

Sport

The supply teacher

Rob Palmer

...at the end of term, they start to take liberties and discipline goes out of the window. This is what's happening at FC Barcelona. Quique Setién was the likeable replacement for the strict Ernesto Valverde. Rules were relaxed as the new manager took

17:23

What to do

What's On: music and culture around Malaga province

Museums Museo del Patrimonio Municipal Malaga. Tuesdays to Sundays 10am - 8pm. Avda de Cervantes 4. With art collections from the fifteenth to the nineteenth century as well as artifacts, documents etc. relating to the economical, social and c

18:13

LifeStyle

26 June 1987: Jesús Gil y Gil takes over at Atlético Madrid

Debbie Bartlett

...and residents and the joy of others, Jesús Gil and his Grupo Independiente Liberal (GIL) won the local election in Marbella. And then the 'fun' began. For Gil and his family and friends, anyway. Atlético de Madrid also benefited. In what is known as

19:34

LifeStyle

19 June 1980: The death of the girl 'born out of science'

Daryl Finch

María had a prominent hump on her back, although her most severe ailments were associated with her breathing and the violent crises she used to suffer. Once María went into labour, Dr Gálvez did what he could to stabilise her condition, but in the ... Niña de la Ciencia' was unable to work and she remained in the asylum. She was also forgotten by the city, which was fascinated by her story during the first months of her life but very quickly lost interest in what became of her. Seventy years after

15:04

Opinion

Anyone for tapas?

ANDREW J. LINN

...tapa got its name. The rule is that tapas come free, and if you get one with the first drink you never know what happens with the second. Usually it comes without, and it is not polite to ask for a repeat. You will get it, but with a sour face, as

18:31

LifeStyle

What exactly goes into all those sweets?

ELENA MARTÍN

...whatsoever. If people only ate them occasionally, I could accept that, but the problem is that they eat far too many of them, and too often. What we need to do is educate people about healthy eating when they are still young, and teach them to choose healthier ... regard to what they are made of, to quote a few examples, hard sweets "are the result of a highly concentrated crystallised mass which is principally composed of a minimum of 80 per cent sugar, glucose syrup and/or inverted sugar," explains Silvia del ... Chewing gum is "made with a chewable plastic or elastic base, which may be natural rubber or synthetic, and is insoluble in water," she says. Smaller portions Given that people are becoming increasingly more interested in what they are eating, the

17:35

LifeStyle

12 May 1960: Nerja's 'natural cathedral' opens to the public

Alekk M. Saanders

On 12 June 1960, the Nerja Caves were opened to the public. This came exactly 18 months after the discovery of this natural treasure by five local boys from the nearby village of Maro. Just after the discovery, experts started researching the entire

16:45

LifeStyle

5 June 1599: Birth of influential artist Diego Velázquez

Tony Bryant

Baroque artist Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez is considered the most influential figure in the history of Spanish portraiture. Although some confusion surrounds the date of his birth, it is of common belief that he was born in Seville on 5 June

15:45

National

What you can do in Phase Three

Ángel de los Ríos / SUR

Malaga province and the rest of Andalucía move into Phase 3 on Monday 8 June - one step further towards the "new normal". Now customers can sit at the bar in a pub, cinemas and theatres will open and, we can meet up with 20 people. Hygiene and p

17:05

LifeStyle

29 May 1953: Mount Everest conquered for the first time

Jennie Rhodes

At 11.30am on 29 May 1953 New Zealand mountaineer and explorer Sir Edmund Hillary (1919-2008) and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay (1914-1986) reached the summit of Mount Everest, becoming the first confirmed mountaineers to successfully climb to the top. Hil

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

19:40

Sport

Favourable first impressions

Rob Palmer

At least in lockdown we had an excuse for not knowing what day it was; the return of La Liga and other top-class football has left us completely confused. First impressions of the "new normal" are favourable, especially in Spanish football. The ... to put that on the back burner. So, we are knee-deep into the 110 games required to complete the season. It's just like that crazy period between Christmas Day and New Year's Day when you lose track of time and what's going on. The difference is

18:11

What to do

Torremolinos welcomes summer with a weekend of music

Tony Bryant

The Amber Plaza Club in La Carihuela, Torremolinos, will host The Festival of Legends on Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 July. The live music and celebration venue - situated opposite the Hotel Pez Espada - will kick off its summer series of live music event

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