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22:40

Sport

Controversial equaliser denies Malaga victory against Tenerife

sergio cortés

A controversial refereeing decision proved to be the main talking point as Malaga drew 1-1 at home to Tenerife on Sunday afternoon. The Blue and Whites were on their way to a victory that would have boosted their faint playoff hopes before a ... controversial equaliser from Ramón Folch in which he appeared to impede Malaga goalkeeper Juan Soriano. In a fast-paced game, Malaga capitalised upon their first clear-cut opportunity in the 23rd minute when Jairo Samperio played a ball into the box from the

16:35

Local

City police begin controversial fines for cycling on pavements

IGNACIO LILLO / D. BALMER

...are Calle Alcazabilla in the city centre and the Pablo Ruíz Picasso promenade. At the seafront, as with in several other areas, what has proved controversial is that the 30km/h lanes in which cyclists and scooter riders can travel are considered

11:22

LifeStyle

25 December 1942: Birth of controversial flamenco singer Enrique Morente

Tony Bryant

Enrique Morente, one of the most controversial singers within the world of contemporary flamenco, was born in the Albaicín district of Granada on Christmas Day in 1942. Since called the 'Pope of Flamenco', Morente, father of celebrated singer ... Gregorian chant. In 1995, he produced his most controversial recording, Omega, together with Spanish rock band Lagartija Nick. For this much-criticised work, Morente mixed flamenco with punk rock and used lyrics by Leonard Cohen and Granada-born poet

18:19

National

Anal tests to diagnose coronavirus now in use in Spain

H. RODRIGUEZ

Health authotities in the north of Spain have confirmed that they are using anal tests to detect Covid-19 in patients. This been confirmed by the Galician Ministry of Health to the El Correo newspaper. They say that they are performed on those pati

12:31

National

Banner that lost Catalan leader his power becomes museum exhibit

SUR

The former president of Catalonia, Quim Torra, who was banned from public office earlier this year for refusing to take down a politically biased banner from a regional government building during a general election campaign, has handed in the offendi