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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

18:52

What to do

What to do - music and more

Denise Bush

...outdoors and enjoy nature and is also a form of gentle, physical and mental exercise. Tony will illustrate some great locations in Andalucía and what can be seen and when, and how to participate in bird watching trips. Lux Mundi. Fuengirola. 18 ... Coín. 19 February, 10am. Salón de Actos, Casa de Cultura. The British consul for Andalucía Charmaine Arboutin, will be hosting a presentation about Brexit to explain what it means for those living in Spain or owning property here. The Arts Society

15:36

LifeStyle

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

LifeStyle

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

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

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

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

18:01

What to do

Celebrated chamber music quartet comes to Marbella

Tony Bryant

The celebrated Sinoidal Ensemble saxophone quartet will play two concerts on the Costa del Sol later this month. Organised by Marbella-based Project Music, the classical music events will take place in the D-Wine restaurant in Marbella on Wednesday 2

15:32

What to do

Rare classic cars come to Comares

The second Comares classic car rally will be taking place this Saturday. 65 cars will be participating in the event which is due to start at 10.30am. Among the vehicles, all of which are over 25 years, will be a 1970 Seat 1430, a 1971 Renault 8, a

15:30

What to do

Helen Mirren, Gustav Klimt and an international war correspondent

Jennie Rhodes

The next Nerja Arts Society lecture, which will take place at the town's cultural centre on Tuesday 18 February, will be given by international journalist Anne-Marie O'Connor. INFORMATION When. Tuesday 18 February, 5pm (doors open 4pm) Where. Ner

13:40

Opinion

The place of gold in an investor's portfolio

JEREMY BLATCH

What image do we conjure up when we think of Gold? Elegance, beauty, wealth, risk, insurance, or just another shiny metal? But do we think of Gold as money? Money must be a store of value, a medium of exchange and a unit of account. The function of ... Confidence in the unit of exchange is what they have in common. Gold has performed this function for 5,000 years unlike crypto which has still to be tested in a crisis. But is this true today? What relevance can a lump of metal possibly have in a

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.

18:58

What to do

Around the galleries

Denise Bush

Costa del Sol Larysa Olkhovska. Estepona. Until 17 February. Casa de las Tejerinas, Plaza de las Flores. ‘Explosión de Colores’ is the name of this exhibition by Ukranian artist Larysa Olkhovska which consists of 21 works. Seoane. Retratos

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

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

18:14

Opinion

Status anxiety

Mark Nayler

...from 48.7% in October 2017, when the Catalan parliament held an illegal referendum on secession. It's starting to look like Torra will be yet another casualty of what his predecessor Carles Puigdemont called the "electric chair" of the Catalan

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

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

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

16:03

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"

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

15:47

LifeStyle

29 November 1899: The birth of a football giant

Rachel Haynes

On 29 November 1899, a group of young men of different nationalities met in Barcelona to found a sporting association. Several of them had answered an advertisement placed in the magazine Los Deportes several weeks previously by Swiss sports enthusia

18:07

What to do

Brisa Festival aims to make Malaga a world benchmark for pop and rock music

Pedro Luis GÓMEZ

...the provincial government (Diputación), Cervezas Victoria, Fundación Unicaja and Unicaja Banco. Its aim is to "cover what we see as a major gap in leisure events in the city. We have made a huge effort to bring groups who are known internationally, and

16:43

What to do

A week of German film in Malaga

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

His favourite cinema, the Albéniz in Malaga, already hosts French and Italian film festivals, so it was logical that newspaper editor Uwe Scheele asked himself, "Why not German?" 1ST GERMAN FILM WEEK, A SELECTION STYX Director: Wolfgang Fische

12:09

What to do

Carlos León: painting for pleasure

ANTONIO JAVIER LÓPEZ

...is the time - 50 years - that León has been exhibiting his work in Spain and other countries. "My painting is political," he said at the launch of the exhibition. In fact, his discourse is as radical as it is subtle, because at the same time what he ... wants to do is "display a will for pleasure" in every piece. "That is what I want to do: keep on thinking the world can be improved," he explained. The exhibition contains more than 40 large-scale works, and can be viewed until 26 April. It shows,

11:56

What to do

The Chinese Aerobatic Circus tumbles into Torremolinos

Tony Bryant

...combined with acrobatics. INFORMATION What. Dream Trip, presented by the Great Aerobatic Circus. When. Friday 14 February, 7pm. Where. Auditorio Príncipe de Asturias, Torremolinos. Tickets. 27.50 euros, from www.tickentradas.com More than 30

11:55

What to do

A music festival in Rincón de la Victoria's Cueva del Tesoro

Jennie Rhodes

The Cueva del Tesoro music festival starts this evening, Friday 7 February, at the Rincón de la Victoria cave. Four concerts, one each weekend, will offer a selection of opera, gospel, flamenco and fusion music. Malaga-born singer-songwriter Manu

15:18

LifeStyle

22 November 1975: Juan Carlos I is made King of Spain

Debbie Bartlett

On 22 November 1975, two days after the death of dictator General Francisco Franco, Prince Juan Carlos was sworn in as King of Spain. Franco had ruled with an iron hand for 36 years, after winning the 1936 to 1939 civil war, so this was a turning poi

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

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

16:41

LifeStyle

15 November 2005 | Tony King sentenced to 36 years in prison

Jennie Rhodes

On 15 November 2005, British national Tony Alexander King was sentenced to 36 years in prison for what judges described as the "savage, cruel and inhumane" murder of 17-year-old Sonia Carabantes during Coín's annual feria in August 2003. He was also

18:04

What to do

Flamboyant Drag Queen Gala to kick off Torremolinos Carnival

Tony Bryant

The fourth edition of the Gala Drag Queen del Carnival Gay will be held in Torremolinos on Saturday 15 February from 8pm. This colourful event is organised by the ACOGAT, gay business owners' association of Torremolinos, and the cultural department o

16:42

LifeStyle

8 November 1975: Birth of Spanish dancer Ángel Corella

Tony Bryant

Considered one of the leading dancers of his generation, Spanish ballet sensation Ángel Corella was born in Madrid on 8 November 1975. His dancing career began when he was spotted by celebrated Russian ballerina Natalia Makarova, who recommended the

17:56

LifeStyle

1 November 1910: The anarchist CNT union is founded

FRANK GAVURIN

On 1 November 1910, restive workers in the city of Barcelona formed the Confederación Nacional del Trabajo, an organisation that would leave a significant mark on Spanish politics in the following decades. Traditionally, employers in Barcelona wer

14:40

What to do

Bill Bailey brings 20 years of comedy to Torremolinos

Tony Bryant

...jokes. With musical virtuosity and two decades of life as a comic, Larks in Transit tackles politics, philosophy and the pursuit of happiness filtered through what the Daily Telegraph calls "the brainiest comic of his generation". The UK dates have

14:35

What to do

Life-size dinosaurs to roam Malaga fairground for two weeks

SUR IN ENGLISH

From 1 February, the international exhibition Dinosaurs Tour will fill the large marquee on Malaga fairground with life-size dinosaur models. The exhibition has already travelled to over a dozen European countries (Germany, France, Italy, United Ki

18:18

LifeStyle

25 October 1979: Catalans and Basques choose autonomy

FRANK GAVURIN

...the people of all of Spain, needed to make some concessions to Catalonia and the Basque Country. A new Spanish constitution was overwhelmingly approved in a 1978 referendum, and new statutes of autonomy for what the constitution referred to as

15:16

LifeStyle

18 October 1997: Guggeinheim Museum Bilbao opens

Jennie Rhodes

On 18 October 1997 the iconic Guggenheim Museum Bilbao was officially opened by King Juan Carlos I. On the night before the official inauguration, 5,000 people were invited to a party at the museum which included fireworks and concerts. The idea fo