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17:51

LifeStyle

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

15:56

Opinion

Where's the sensitivity?

JOSÉ MIGUEL AGUILAR

...started singing in the hope of gaining a few coins for his improvised concert; the chorus and intonation were not important, what mattered was the strength of his spirit before he went off, taking his music elsewhere. Later more came; they didn't ... is what makes us different from animals. It seems that now not everyone is capable of being affected by violent scenes involving less fortunate beings, of weeping before a situation of injustice or simply being saddened by someone else's

17:52

What to do

Over 1,500 classic vehicles come to Salón Retro Málaga

IGNACIO LILLO

Over 1,500 classic and collectors' vehicles will be on display at the seventh Salón Retro which takes place at the Palacio de Ferias y Congresos in Malaga this weekend. The fair begins today (Friday, from 4pm) and continues until Sunday. Around 300

13:05

What to do

A chance to learn about the Axarquía's olive oil in English

Jennie Rhodes

The annual La Molina de Riogordo in English olive oil day will be taking place on Saturday 1 February. The event is now in its third year and provides English speakers with the opportunity to learn about one of the Axarquía's most important products.

12:10

LifeStyle

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

13:57

What to do

What to do - music and more

Denise Bush

Leader Liz Cochrane. Astronomy: Life And Death Star. 23 January, 11am. Where stars come from, what they do and eventually what happens to them. Group leader Peter Cadman. Africa and Arabia: Africa-The Savannah. 24 January, 11am.A series of DVDs

12:12

LifeStyle

10 January 2014: Sisters in their seventies meet for first time

Jennie Rhodes

On 10 January 2014 two sisters, both by then in their 70s, met for the first time. Josefa Campos Fernández, 78, was born in Antequera and her sister, Remedios Campos Cantador, 74 was born in Córdoba. They have the same father but different mothers.

19:26

What to do

Around the galleries

Denise Bush

Costa del Sol Marcos Barrientos Soriano. Marbella. Until 31 January. Galeria Columna JM. The gallery is hosting a collection of works by artist Marcos Barrientos Soriano. Photograph exhibition. San Pedro de Alcántara. Until 14 February.

14:33

LifeStyle

3 January 1974: Birth of 'housewives' favourite' matador

Tony Bryant

Born on 3 January 1974, Francisco de Asís Rivera Ordóñez - Fran, as he is affectionately known to his fans - is a matador who was born into one of the most distinguished bullfighting families in Spain. Rivera's great-grandfather on his mother's si

17:30

Local

What do people in Malaga die of?

nuria triguero

...more than two years in the past decade and is now more than 82 years. There are two causes for the increase in the number of deaths: more people now live in the province and the population is getting older. So what do people in Malaga die of? Most of

16:32

LifeStyle

27 December 1703: England and Portugal sign a Port Wine Treaty

Debbie Bartlett

The Methuen Treaty, or Port Wine Treaty, as it became known, was signed between Portugal and England in 1703, during the early years of the Spanish War of Succession, to establish trading relationships between the two countries. At the beginning o

18:01

What to do

Gustav Klimt moves in to Muelle Uno

SUR IN ENGLISH

...which until recently hosted a Lego exhibition. INFORMATION What. An immersive art exhibition of works by Gustav Klimt When. From 17 January until 19 April. Where. Muelle Uno, next to the Cube, Malaga. The exhibit consists of an audiovisual

15:43

LifeStyle

20 December 2007: Picasso portrait stolen in daring heist

FRANK GAVURIN

On 20 December 2007, thieves carried out a heist on the Art Museum of São Paulo, making off with Pablo Picasso's Portrait of Suzanne Bloch and Brazilian artist Cândido Portinari's The Coffee Worker. In an operation which was complete in a matter of

15:19

Local

Alcaucín Socialists retain mayoralty in last minute change of heart over confidence vote

A. PELÁEZ / E. CABEZAS

...due to a lack of dialogue between the PSOE and other parties, according to C's and the PP. After last year's local elections, C's and PSOE had formed a coalition with the latter taking the mayor's office. "I regretted it because it is not what ... Alcaucín wanted," Matés said, adding that prior to Wednesday's council meeting she had been asking her former party to withdraw the vote. Matés admitted that while originally from Alcaucín, she had not been "very aware" of what had been going on in the

16:09

Opinion

What's the problem?

Mark Nayler

...government (which is always what ends up happening anyway)? Surely that is a democratically earned right for the political group that's first past the post on election day? The investiture process, you could argue, is a convoluted and unnecessary step - one

16:30

Sport

Police carry out 15-hour search of Malaga CF offices under judge's orders

SUR

...was the problem. The court had already requested a good deal of information from the club, including the list of shareholders, confirmation of who made up the board and what its members' precise duties were, and the original contract of the 4.4 million ... collect "financial documentation", downloading data from computers. Since there are strict rules regarding this 'data dumping' and what can serve as evidence in a trial, it was this process which made the police presence last so long. The club sought to

16:25

Opinion

Australia on fire

ANDREW J. LINN

It wasn't the first time that Australian winemaker James Tilbrook had seen his future hanging by a thread, dependent on what would happen in the next few hours. WINE OF THE WEEK Monte Real Reserva Bodegas Riojanas was one of the very first ... could not survive. Questions are being asked about the fundamental viability of producing wine in what is certainly becoming the hottest area of the world where grapes grow. But wine is huge business, and apart from consuming 30 litres per head

16:03

LifeStyle

13 December 1938: The birth of ONCE, help for the blind

Jennie Rhodes

On 13 December 1938 ONCE, an organisation to provide assistance to blind people in Spain, was created. A government decree endorsed its foundation and granted the then national organisation of the blind the right to sell the so-called "pro-blind"

20:55

Opinion

2020 vision

Peter Edgerton

2020. Whodathunkit? It doesn't seem that long ago that the year 2000 was a wildly futuristic concept and now, here we are, on the threshold of the third decade of the twenty-first century. It's utterly mind-boggling. What delights, then, will the

11:49

LifeStyle

6 December 1978: Spain ratifies Constitution of 1978

Tony Bryant

On Wednesday 6 December 1978, the people of Spain voted in a referendum to ratify the new Spanish Constitution. The vote marked the culmination of the Spanish transition to democracy after the death of General Francisco Franco. The new constitutio