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11:36

Sport

Marbella suffer defeat in Granada

opta granada

Poor finishing, a lack of finesse and bad luck all constituted what Marbella will see as an unjust defeat on Saturday. Granada started well, and it was in the first 15 minutes that they played their best football. Unlike Marbella, the home side ... levelled the scores when Héctor's header found the back of the net after a long throw-in. But the referee's whistle had blown for a foul as Héctor had climbed on the shoulders of the Granada defender. Various efforts from Indiano and Chus Hevia in the ... second half continued to test Aarón, but the Granada keeper stood up to the test and was able to palm away all of the efforts that came his way. Marbella's day got worse when in the final five minutes, substitute Javi Añón was shown a straight red after

13:09

Local

Malaga can now officially claim "Lorca was here"

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Hispanist Ian Gibson helped unveil a plaque in Malaga this week which records the time spent by poet Federico García Lorca in the city. In fact the García Lorcas regularly travelled from Granada to spend their summers in Malaga's Hotel Hernán

15:17

Sport

Adams lands in Granada

Rob Palmer A look at la liga

As I write, there will be sportswriters checking out the availability of budget flights to Granada to see first-hand what Tony Adams is letting himself in for. There are similarities to the appointment of another England stalwart, Gary Neville, ... appears to be heading down a division, and he’ll move back into the war-room once his duty is served. So what will the journalists and fans intrigued by Adams appointment find when they investigate? Granada is a wonderful place for a gap year, bursting ... last summer. It is more a watching brief as Granada, a city known for its ruins, will rebuild from the foundations. The plan is to nurture young Spanish talent rather than rely on the football tourist trade. Adams isn’t putting his reputation on

18:13

Sport

Pre-season comes to a close with win in Ciudad de Granada trophy

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

Football Center. The youngster punished the Andalusians who lost possession in their own penalty area by firing into the top corner with just five minutes left on the clock. The evening game, which saw Malaga compete for the Ciudad de Granada trophy,

14:00

Local

£1000 reward offered for recovery of dog missing in Granada

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A reward of £1000 has been offered for the recovery of a family's dog that ran away in Órgiva near the Sierra Nevada, after being scared by fireworks on 1 May. The owners explained that Mouse is ten years old, blind in one eye and has a very nervous

16:12

Sport

Fuengirola Potros ready for top-flight debut this weekend

ENRIQUE MIRANDA

Potros will make their American Football Serie A debut this Saturday away to the Granada Lions (4.30pm). However, though the season is yet to begin, the change has not been easy and has needed a huge financial investment, paid in part by the players. ... increased travel costs must also be factored in. Serie A is divided into four groups by location. In the Potros' group are the aforementioned Granada Lions, LG OLED Las Rozas Black Demons and Murcia Cobras. After playing these sides twice, plus two

13:15

LifeStyle

Axarquía choir delivers Requiem in Granada

Axarquía

The Axarquía-based Coraxalia Choir recently took part in 'Cantemos', the first International Choir Festival in Granada at the Manuel de Falla Concert Hall. They performed Mozart's Requiem which was accompanied by the Orchestra of the Province of ... Granada, providing what was described by a critic as a 'Susan Boyle moment'.

12:00

LifeStyle

26 January 1995: Granada fails to provide snow for Alpine World Ski Championships

RACHEL HAYNES

There was disappointment in Granada on 26 January 1995 when fears that had been worsening over the previous weeks were confirmed. Swiss official Gian-Franco Kasper then secretary general (today president) of the International Ski Federation, read ... image of the Virgin Mary the previous week. The two-week championships had been due to start on 29 January that year following months of preparations. The city of Granada and its ski resort were ready to welcome some 1,200 international journalists ... weeks leading up to this unprecedented decision, ski resorts in Austria, Switzerland and the Spanish Pyrenees had offered to take over the organisation of the championships. Fortunately for Granada, the FIS decided to keep the venue the same and wait a

14:21

Local

Work on a new AVE station near central Antequera to start soon

ANTONIO. J. GUERRERO

The government has announced contracts worth over 16 million euros for a new train station near the centre of Antequera. The station will serve a high- speed AVE train line connecting Granada with the existing Malaga-Madrid line that will start ... operating later this year. This long-awaited connection, which will reduce travel time from Granada to both the capital and to Malaga city, passes through the inland town. A previous constructor got into financial trouble and the contract was cancelled. ... The new station, which will have underground platforms, will combine the existing, slower speed line in Antequera and some 300 metres of that line will need to be realigned. Until the station is completed, the new Granada high-speed service will stop

14:10

Local

Stolen car in accident contained hashish

SUR IN ENGLISH.

National Police found more than they had bargained for when they attended an accident between a Range Rover and an articulated lorry which had broken down at the Las Pedrizas intersection for Granada and Cordoba at about 10.45pm last Saturday