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12:43

LifeStyle

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

14:00

Local

Human remains found at what may be the first dolmen of Antequera

ANTONIO J. GUERRERO

The famous dolmens of Menga, Viera and El Romeral are no longer alone. Another prehistoric structure has been discovered, and is currently being excavated at the foot of the Peña de los Enamorados or Lovers' Rock just outside the town of Antequera.

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

14:36

Opinion

Spit or swallow?

ANDREW J. LINN

...the discipline involved is not something with which every wine enthusiast is gifted. When I started in the business, one of the hardest self-restraints at tastings was to learn to spit out good wine rather than swallow it. What a waste, I used to

15:01

Opinion

Record grape harvest - for what?

ANDREW J. LINN

It never rains but it pours. Or, if you prefer, it's the Paddy factor. What should have been one of Spain's record grape harvests will never happen as planned, due to the Covid-19 effect. Usually a bumper harvest would mean millions more bottles to

13:32

What to do

What To Do, music, art and theatre events around the province

Denise Bush

Exhibitions José María Córdoba Fuengirola. Until 20 September. Museo de la Ciudad, C/María Josefa Larrucea. The exhibition Odiseo consists of paintings and drawings created by José María Córdoba and influenced by James Joyce’s books. St

14:25

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28 August 1565: Spanish conquerors sight land off America

Jennie Rhodes

On 28 August 1565 the Spanish admiral Pedro Menéndez de Avilés, on board the San Pelayo, first spotted land on the southeast coast of America; the area that today is northeast Florida. Menéndez de Avilés went on to name the settlement Saint Augusti

14:46

What to do

Torremolinos makes use of fairground to host live music

Tony Bryant

Torremolinos town hall has announced rescheduled dates for several live music concerts that were postponed last month because of the coronavirus restrictions decreed by the Junta de Andalucía. The series of rock, blues, soul and folk concerts under t

13:14

LifeStyle

21 August 1911: The Mona Lisa is stolen from the Louvre

alekk m. saanders

On August 21 1911, the Mona Lisa vanished under mysterious circumstances from the Louvre in Paris. Vincenzo Peruggia, an Italian artist who had been working at the gallery, went in at around 7am. He took the painting from the Salon Carré where it hun

17:21

LifeStyle

14 August 1598: Seville's Casa de la Lonja opens for business

Debbie Bartlett

Many people will have heard of the Archive of the Indies in Seville city, a very famous building, but perhaps not so many are aware that its history dates back to 1598, during the reign of King Felipe II, when it was built as a market where merchants

18:06

What to do

Theatre, dance, music and places around Malaga to visit

DENISE BUSH

Music Cervantes Theatre Anniversary Concerts Malaga. Teatro Cervantes. To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the theatre the concerts are free but seats must be reserved in advance. Juan Perro 26 September, 8pm. The Juan Perro Sextet

15:31

What to do

Art, music, culture and more

Denise Bush

Exhibitions José María Córdoba Fuengirola. Until 20 September. Museo de la Ciudad, C/María Josefa Larrucea. The exhibition Odiseo consists of paintings and drawings created by José María Córdoba and influenced by James Joyce’s books. Stu

12:44

LifeStyle

7 August 1996: Flash flood kills 87 at Las Nieves campsite

Tony Bryant

On Wednesday 7 August 1996, 87 holidaymakers were killed and nearly 200 injured when a torrent of mud and rock engulfed a crowded family campsite near the town of Biescas in northern Spain. Remnants of the Las Nieves campsite were strewn for miles as

19:06

LifeStyle

Eyes open till dawn

ROCÍO MENDOZA

...rebels and uses a wide range of resources to keep us awake and not let us get our own way. There might be an itch somewhere... or we start thinking about what we have to do the next day... or a memory suddenly springs to mind for no apparent reason... and ... on keeping insomnia at bay and here, six specialists from the Spanish Sleep Society (Sociedad Española del Sueño) tell us what they do in order to have sweet dreams instead of lying awake, tossing and turning. “A warm shower, not a cold one, before ... exercise at night. “Don’t go for a run or to the gym or even take a walk after the sun goes down,” she warns. “I cycle to work and in the evening we use warm lighting" What you do during the morning has a major effect on what happens at night. Gonzalo

20:56

LifeStyle

What is meant by 'selfish' face masks and why are we being told not to wear them?

RAQUEL MERINO

...restriction on the use of the so-called "selfish" masks was also overturned. But what exactly are these "selfish" masks? Firstly, we need to bear in mind that the reason given by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the Spanish Ministry of Health for ... protect the people who are wearing them and nobody else. In fact, what the valve does is make it easier for the breath to be exhaled without any type of filter and, as a result, "they can contribute to the spread of coronavirus," says the WHO. The FFP2

17:45

LifeStyle

31 July 1588: The Spanish Armada reaches English shores

Jennie Rhodes

On 31 July 1588 what became known as the Spanish 'Invincible Armada' encountered the English Navy off the coast of Plymouth. In May that year, during the undeclared Anglo-Spanish war (1585-1604), as Spain's King Felipe II wanted to remove the ... the fleet was ravaged by severe storms. Approximately one third of the Spanish fleet was destroyed in the Atlantic ocean; three of the ships were moored off the coast of Streedagh Strand, in what is now County Sligo. De Cuéllar kept a detailed

14:51

Opinion

What if...?

Rachel Haynes

I need to put my mask on? If I'm on the beach with my family, and a friend we haven't seen for weeks comes to sit with us, should we put our masks on? And what if I bump into an acquaintance when I'm out running and we run together for a bit? What if ... I put my mask down on the table to drink my coffee and the wind blows it away? And what if ...? What if...? What if...? Well actually there is a formula that exasperated politicians on all sides resort to after the umpteenth request for ... clarification reveals flaws in what at first seemed like a logical new rule: common sense and responsibility! OK, so relying solely on the responsibility of an entire population to hold off a killer virus clearly doesn't work, and someone has to make a law to

12:08

LifeStyle

24 July 2013: 79 killed in Spain's worst train crash in 40 years

Debbie Bartlett

Wednesday 24 July 2013 had been a perfectly normal day until 8.41pm, when a passenger train from Madrid Chamartín to Ferrol, in Galicia, derailed a few kilometres outside Santiago de Compostela. The entire train, consisting of eight carriages, one

19:54

Local

Experts blame mafia-style groups for the increase in squatters

F. TORRES/I. LILLO

...with advice not only on how to choose and break into a property, but what to say to the police or the court "and even what type of lawyer to choose to act on your behalf". These documents also explain what tactics to use if the situation ends up in ... The backlog of work at the courts doesn't help. An eviction should be carried out in a matter of days, but it can take weeks or even months, even if everything is straightfoward. Recovery firms So, what can people do if 'okupas', as they are called ... in Spanish, move into their home? Or how do they prevent them doing so? One option is to turn to what has also become a growing business as a result of the increase in squatting, and use a 'desokupación' company. There are half a dozen of these

15:22

Opinion

Complimentary medicine

Peter Edgerton

...along. Meanwhile Newspaper Man had progressed to the cryptic crossword, having not looked up once during the ninety minute set. How very odd. Even odder, though, was what happened next. "Great gig, mate. It's a long time since I enjoyed a concert that ... fight and faint. The true list is much longer but they're just a few highlights. You kind of get used to expecting the unexpected. What I've never quite got used to, though, is the everyday compliment. Well, if someone says they liked the concert, ... tell a beautiful woman she's, well, beautiful, how does she feel? It's not the same as complimenting her on an achievement of hers, is it? No, it would be better if we praised each other only for what we'd actually worked for, rather than any God

14:57

LifeStyle

10 July 1936: The launch of the Andalusian anthem

Tony Bryant

Andalusians, stand up and demand land and freedom for a free Andalucía, Spain and mankind, claims the song Bandera Blanca y Verde. The Green and White Flag, which is the official anthem of Andalucía, was performed for the first time during a concert

14:08

What to do

A guide to What's On around the province

denise bush

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

15:39

Travel

The insider guide to Berlin

Andrew Forbes

...your signature cocktail based on how you are captivated by different fragrances - what a great idea! Check for opening times during Covid-19 restrictions. Markthalle Neun (Market Hall Nine) World-class food market in the lively and culturally

16:26

What to do

Torremolinos gets a taste of vegan cuisine in new tapas route

Tony Bryant

Vegetarians and vegans will enjoy the latest gastronomic initiative launched by Torremolinos town hall. Ruta del Tapa Vegana will be held in a selection of the town's restaurants and bars on Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 September. This is the first edit

16:25

What to do

The Torrox ice cream route: a cool way to extend summer

Eugenio Cabezas

Ice cream parlours in Torrox and El Morche are running a ruta del helado (ice cream route) until 27 September. Participants can sample flavours including 'Gold' in Heladería Los Cordobeses, cookies and custard at Heladería Feroche Beach, cheesecake

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

14:56

Opinion

What's on a label?

ANDREW J. LINN

...there was a good chance it was an unaged wine from the latest vintage. The problem of course is that when we buy wine, we tend to believe what we read on the label, even though the information shown is possibly the least informative of any alimentary

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

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

19:54

Local

"I used a private company and in two days the squatters had gone"

IGNACIO LILLO

Madrid, came to Mijas Costa to see what was going on. She spoke to the family, explaining that the apartment was hers and that they had to leave. They said they would - if she gave them 5,000 euros. "I was furious. You feel totally helpless," she says

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

12:57

National

Foreign tourism dropped 80% in July with Germans now cancelling holidays too

SUR

Tourism data for July, published on Thursday, has confirmed what the industry has been witnessing in the resorts. Foreign tourists arriving by plane in Spain in July were down 80 per cent on a year ago. A total of 2.1 million people arrived for ... being put in jeopardy. Teaching unions in Madrid have called for strikes in the capital at the start of term, saying the regional authorities still haven't made clear what rules will be in place to protect staff and pupils.

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