Summer boxing helps charity

An evening of boxing in La Laguna proved great entertainment for around 500 spectators, as well as helping charity.

There was no charge to attend the evening but people were asked instead to bring along non-perishable food. As a result, 150 kilos was donated to Caritas to help local families in need.

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Green light for two more wind farms

Two new wind parks are to be set up in Granadilla, the Mayor has confirmed.

Both will be installed at the industrial park, one of 18 megawatts and the other of 16.

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Three arrests in drugs operation

Three people have been arrested for drug trafficking on La Palma.

A 40-year-old woman from the Dominican Republic was arrested in Santa Cruz de La Palma, a 31-year-old Spanish man in Breña Alta and a 30-year-old Colombian man in Los Llanos de Aridane.

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Artist shows diversity with all styles, all subjects

These pictures show the diversity of a new exhibition in Tegueste.

The well-known Tenerife artist, Manolo Sánchez has captured the history of the municipality in all different scenes and varied formats.

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Get to know Isla Baja with fourth Tapas Route

A new tapas route offers the perfect opportunity to revisit or get to know the lovely Isla Baja area of Tenerife.

Nine restaurants in Garachico are taking part, together with ten in Los Silos, four in El Tanque and four in Buenavista.

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No laughing matter as police raid Marbella fiesta

Party-goers in the fashionable resort of Puerto Banús watched as 30 Spanish police officers raided a fiesta where “laughing gas” balloons were being sold for five euros a time.

Thousands of young holiday-makers heading for Marbella are still getting high through the craze which gives a three-minute boost but can prove highly addictive and potentially fatal. Onlookers say the streets are “swarming” with them.

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The magic of ozone in dentistry

After years of investigation, the practice of ozone therapy is now placed as one of the leading treatments in various health fields.

The boom that emerged in the 90s was consolidated in the 21st century as a key tool for improving the speed and effectiveness of dental treatment.

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Adeje and university pledge their backing for south campus

Adeje has pledged its commitment to providing more local courses linked to the University of La Laguna.

The new academic year for 2014-2015 was officially opened at a ceremony headed by the Mayor, José Miguel Rodríguez Fraga.

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Trio caught for theft and sale of copper

Police have broken up a gang based in the south of Tenerife which carried out a systematic theft of copper and sold to scrapyards.

Three people have been arrested, two of them aged 32 and 35 and both Spanish, and one 35-year-old Australian.

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Enjoy bewitching British treats this Halloween and Christmas

With all Hallows Eve and Christmas lurking around the corner, British Corner Shop is ‘dead’ set on supplying the tastiest traditional treats Britain has to offer.

Whether you plan to enjoy Halloween hiding behind your sofa, or treating the little devils in your neighbourhood, British Corner Shop offer a wide range of wickedly scrumptious sweets and cakes, from your favourite British suppliers.

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