Peppa Pig travels to the Canaries

The new award-winning show of Peppa Pig has chosen Gran Canaria as a destination during its international travels.

After achieving great success in England, “La búsqueda del tesoro” (“Treasure Hunt”) will showcase in Las Palmas from October 24th to 26th. There will be six performances at the Auditorio Alfredo Kraus at times to suit younger members of the audience although it is aimed at a [...]

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Rick Wakeman and Brian May performing live on stage at the Magma in Adeje!

Rick Wakeman the legendary keyboard player with the progressive rock band YES will be performing live on stage in Tenerife on Friday, 26th September, as part of the Starmus Festival 2014.

He will be joined on stage by rock legend Brian May, the lead guitarist of the rock band Queen.

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La Caleta social centre ready by February

La Caleta should have its new social centre ready by the beginning of next year.

Adeje council says work which started in August is progressing well and will provide the village with a much-needed venue for meetings, gatherings and neighbourhood celebrations.

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One to make you smile!

Here’s a cute little picture to make you smile today.

These two tiny kittens were found abandoned and barely alive in a shed in West London.

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Canaries “lose” public health beds over six years

A report into the number of hospital beds in the Canary Islands suggests there has been a higher than average decrease over the last six years.

Commentators on the Spanish health system say it is not clear whether this is due to the economic situation or the transfer of some public beds to the private sector.

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Festival Boreal, fun for all with serious message

Los Silos will celebrate the seventh edition of Festival Boreal on September 19th and 20th.

As in previous years, the event will combine music, art and the environment in a programme featuring exhi-bitions, conferences, nature and eco-tourism activities, workshops and concerts.

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Opening of Barranco del Infierno “moving forward”

Adeje council says it is “moving in the right direction” towards the eventual reopening of the Barranco del Infier-no hiking trail.

The once highly-popular “Hell’s Gorge” has been closed since 2009 since a fatal accident and there have been a number of announcements about trying to open it again.

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Stretch your knowledge with People’s University

Would you like to learn more about art and folklore, languages, physical activity or health?

These are the four main areas of interest being offered by the People’s University of Adeje which begins its new term in October.

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Walk for Life special celebration: ten events for ten years

Ten years, ten events! That’s the promise from organisers of the “Carrera por la vida” or “Walk for Life” this year.

Details of the special anniversary programme for Arona and Adeje were released during a press conference as the fight continues to find a cure for cancer and to help all those in need.

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Capital turns to gastronomic ideas

Santa Cruz is aiming to boost tourism with its gastronomic appeal.

The Development Corporation says the city has a wealth of excellent restaurants and various initiatives and events are being planned to draw more people in.

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