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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

16:34

LifeStyle

3 April 1998: First stone laid to build Martín Carpena arena

Jennie Rhodes

On 3 April 1998 the first stone was laid for what would become Malaga's Palacio de Deportes José María Martín Carpena, or the Martín Carpena arena as it is known in English. After several months of controversy and political differences, the four

16:56

Sport

What dreams are made of

Rob Palmer

With all this time for reflection I thought it would be a good time to cast the mind back over the past quarter of a century of commentating on La Liga and come up with my dream team. He may have preceded Paul Pogba and the Chelsea physio as Jose

17:14

LifeStyle

27 March 1977: Spain's worst aviation accident kills 583

laura lewis

In the early evening of 27 March 1977, two Boeing 747s collided on the runway of Los Rodeos airport (now known as Tenerife Norte), kiling 583. There were 61 survivors. A Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM) plane had started to take off without authorisation,

14:50

What to do

Open air concerts and exhibitions during the summer

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

16:52

LifeStyle

20 March 1969: John Lennon and Yoko Ono wed on the Rock

Daryl Finch

Fifty-one years ago today, John Lennon and Yoko Ono got married in Gibraltar: it was 20 March 1969. After a ten-minute ceremony performed by registrar Cecil Wheeler at the British Consulate Office, the newlyweds headed to the airport where the now

12:32

LifeStyle

13 March 1861: First railway opens between Seville and Cadiz

Debbie Bartlett

Travel and the transportation of goods in south-west Spain became much easier after 13 March 1861, when the railway line between Seville and Cadiz was inaugurated. The project had been planned some years earlier but it turned out to be problematic as

15:00

Opinion

New drinking patterns

ANDREW J. LINN

...recuperation, this time nobody can be certain what will happen. The situation is without precedent. Understandably, EU wineries expect to receive financial assistance from Brussels, but the greatest fear is that the vicissitudes may mark a new pattern in ... winemaking and wine consumption globally. This comes on top of what was considered another fraught situation provoked by Trump-imposed tariffs: a 25% import duty on EU wines entering the US. What does the future hold for wine producers? They have to ... calculate accurately what future sales will be, difficult with a supply chain working at half efficiency. The coming 2020 grape harvest will be crucial and there are even doubts that sufficient labour will be available. Virus-hit Italy depends on exports of

16:15

LifeStyle

6 March 1988: SAS intercept Gibraltar car bomb atrocity

Tony Bryant

ABritish military operation targeted at preventing a planned car bomb attack in Gibraltar was intercepted by undercover members of the Special Airforce Services (SAS) on Sunday 6 March 1988. Three members of the Irish Republican Army (IRA), Sean Sava

15:09

LifeStyle

28 February 1980: Andalusians vote for autonomy

Jennie Rhodes

On 28 February 1980 the people of Andalucía voted in a referendum to make the region an autonomous community with devolved powers from central government. Sixty-two per cent of the electorate, or 2.84 million people, turned out to cast their votes;