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14:49

LifeStyle

23 October 2013: Bank of Spain announces end of recession

Jennie Rhodes

On Wednesday 23 October 2013 the Bank of Spain announced that the country's recession, which had begun in 2009, was over. National GDP growth of 0.1 per cent between July to September 2013 meant a slight increase and enough for the bank to declare

22:12

Opinion

A crazy week

ANDREW J. LINN

what? Almost as serious (!) is the EU's proposed renaming of the veggie-burger. Under pressure to call things what they really are and not to copy established food identities, a ruling that since it contains no meat it cannot be called a burger. The EU

15:04

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16 October 912: Abd al-Rahman III became emir of Cordoba

Alekk M. Saanders

The Umayyad prince Abd al-Rahman III became the eighth Emir of Cordoba on 16 October 912. In 929 he founded the Caliphate of Cordoba and proclaimed himself caliph. His reign is remembered as a golden age of Muslim Spain. Abd al-Rahman was born at t

22:33

What to do

On the tiles

GEORGINA OLIVER

"What next? Virtual pyjama parties?" are the dernier cri. On both sides of the Pyrenees, former partygoers have had no alternative but to 'downsize' from clubbing to lo-fi home lounging; and whilst ravers will always be ravers, pumping up the car ... part of its charm. Malaga Patterns What caught my eye - and imagination - last time I walked up the steep staircase leading from the ground-floor display (in this instance, a group show curated by Soho gallery El Estudio Ignacio del Rio...)? An

15:01

What to do

An All Saints pilgrimage to the Caminito del Rey

Tony Bryant

Father Louis Darrant from St George's Church in Malaga is preparing to lead a group of pilgrims on the Caminito del Rey on Saturday 7 November. The theme of the day is 'Friends above and friends below', which the priest hopes will give the pilgrims t

16:52

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9 October 1238: A special day of celebration in Valencia region

Debbie Bartlett

The Valencia region is not as well-known abroad as its neighbour Catalonia and many people are surprised to learn that it is an autonomous region in its own right, but it has an interesting history and part of that has led to 9 October - 'Nou d'Octub

19:26

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Hispanic Day, a celebration of what?

Tony Bryant

October 12th, Día de la Hispanidad or Hispanic Day, is a national holiday in Spain that commemorates the exact date when Christopher Columbus first set foot in the Americas in 1492. Also known as Columbus Day or 'Día del Descubrimiento', Hispanic

13:57

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2 October 1928: Opus Dei founded by "saint of ordinary life"

Tony Bryant

Opus Dei, one of the most controversial institutions of the Catholic Church, was founded in Madrid by Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer y Albás on October 2 1928. At the time, Josemaría was a 26-year-old Spanish Roman Catholic priest who is said to have

15:14

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What's that whistling noise I can hear?

ELENA MARTÍN

...loud noise, and it normally disappears within a few hours. What some people find, though, is that they start to hear this noise and it is still there months later, with no apparent cause. If it happens to you, it's not because somebody is saying bad ... when everything around me is quiet. I couldn’t think what had set it off. I have always looked after my health, including my hearing. At first it was dramatic, because it completely changed my life. I couldn’t sleep at night, sit in silence, listen to ... on a plane (there was a change in pressure that caused a barotrauma). I looked on the internet to see what might be happening to me and what I read really worried me. That night I couldn’t sleep, but as I didn’t want to worry my family I didn’t say

13:03

What to do

Live music, dance and the arts in and around Malaga

denise bush

Music Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra Chamber Music Concerts Chamber music, Malaga Malaga. Auditorio de Museo Picasso de Málaga. 17 November, 8pm Cuarteto Mainake. 1 December, 8pm Concerto Zapico. 12 January, 8pm Quinteto de Jazz OFM

15:05

Opinion

What kind of recession?

Mark Nayler

...stave off a drawn-out period of economic stagnation, but that's entirely dependent on how it uses the money. All of which means that it's still unclear just what kind of recession Spain entered back in April this year.

15:32

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25 September 1997: The Ryder Cup tees off at Valderrama

Jennie Rhodes

For the first time in its seventy-one-year history, golf's Ryder Cup took place outside the USA or UK and came to Sotogrande's Valderrama golf course (Cadiz) in 1997. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofía opened the ceremony on 25 September, fulfilling

13:51

What to do

Museum Jorge Rando reopens after six months with six new exhibition rooms

Antonio Javier López

...room to welcome visitors remains the same as before, a type of aesthetic prelude to what they will find the other side of the patio. Here in the main space are the butterflies upon which Rando has been working since last year, making incursions into the

12:43

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18 September 53: The birth of Rome's 'Spanish' emperor

Alekk M. Saanders

In history he is known as Trajan, though his birth name was Marcus Ulpius Trajanus. Trajan was born in the Roman province of Hispania Baetica on 18 September 53 AD. His birthplace of Italica, north of modern-day Santiponce and northwest of Seville, w

15:58

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11 September 1714: Catalonia's National Day, with a chequered past

Debbie Bartlett

It is known as La Diada, the National Day of Catalonia, and nowadays it is a day-long festival which is celebrated enthusiastically on 11 September every year, but it has had a very chequered history. It originated as a commemoration of the defeat

16:07

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4 September 1936: Leader of workers' union (UGT) designated PM

Tony Bryant

On 4 September 1936, Spanish politician and trade unionist Francisco Largo Caballero was designated the 134th Prime Minister of Spain. He also became Minister of War, and just a few months into the Spanish Civil War, he spearheaded a campaign to main

14:52

Opinion

Restaurant hell

ANDREW J. LINN

This is not a good time for most businesses related to the serving of food. The most appalling aspect is that, contrary to what would seem to be logical and fair, some of the world's best eating places are suffering as much as the balti house down

19:14

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"Further restrictions or another lockdown in winter time would be worse than before"

MATÍAS STUBER

...specialist also warns that this year differs to others. We are in the midst of a pandemic which - what a surprise - can also affect our health with regard to the imminent onset of winter time. As a doctor, are you in favour of changing the hour or not? ... lower exposure to the sun, which is what we have seen during the pandemic, there could be problems in the long term. For example, vitamin D deficiencies. Why do we talk about summer time and winter time? Is there a scientific reason or are they just ... anxiety. Now we will sleep an hour more, so it will be easier to adapt to the change. Although you also have to remember that it is anomalous for us to lose hours of daylight. What effects can this change of the hour have at a neurological level? With