Mark of quality for Los Realejos produce

Los Realejos has a new mark to show the quality of its gastronomic products.

The project, “Gastronomía de Los Realejos”, was presented by the local council to producers, distributors and restaurateurs.

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Special honour for soccer club

The oldest football club in the muncipality of Santa Cruz de Tenerife is to receive a special honour.

Real Unión will become the first club to be honoured with the Gold Medal of Sporting Merit in a ceremony on April 23rd.

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Dramatic rescue of disabled pensioner

Members of the Civil Guard and local police were involved in a dramatic rescue of a disabled person in Los Silos.

Emergency services had initially been called to the district of San Bernardo in the mid-morning after reports of a car being on fire.

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Revised theft laws could clampdown on shop-lifting

Business owners plagued with shop-lifting hope a revision of the Spanish laws will help to act as a deterrent.

The most stolen items from supermarkets are perfumes and alcohol which are then resold on the black market.

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Keeping your horse in good health

Even with the best of care, horses can suffer from occasional bouts of ill health, injury or related conditions.

The role of a horse keeper is to reduce the risk of common ailments occurring, to recognise signs that a horse is unwell or injured and to take measures to ensure that the horse receives appropriate treatment. Here are some of the things you should be alert [...]

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Bobby’s Tandoori: a double treat with two great venue

If you love Indian food and there are very few of us who don’t, Bobby’s Tandoori gives you the best of both worlds in different parts of Tenerife.

The Costa del Silencio restaurant opened last year and is proving a great success, following in the footsteps of the first Bobby’s at Puerto Santiago which has a long-established pedigree.

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Heart machines for schools

Gran Canaria is to get a network of potentially life-saving heart machines in its colleges and schools.

The authorities have identified 19 locations where there are pupils who might need urgent treatment and are authorised to do so by teachers who have received the appropriate training.

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New series of walks to discover Anaga

Eight guided walks are being offered by Santa Cruz city council through its Sustainable Foundation.

The events are designed to introduce people to the delights of the Anaga Rural Park and they are open to all.

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Armeñime to get its new 1.2m roundabout in 2016

A much pressed-for roundabout to alleviate traffic congestion in Armeñime is likely to become a reality in 2016.

This area is one of the busiest on the island and takes 21,000 vehicles a day, of which over 13,000 are destined for the municipalities of Guia de Isora and Santiago del Teide. The rest is internal traffic for Adeje.

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Brand Centre promotes Canaries worldwide

A new data bank has been created so that images and news about the Canary Islands can be spread all over the world.

The “Brand Centre” gives professionals access to more than 10,000 photographs and 300 films, together with reports, articles, illustrations, original advertising and logos.

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