Another accolade for Palmitos Park

Palmitos Park on Gran Canaria is one of the best places to visit in the world and that’s official.

The Aspro Group is delighted to have received an honour for the third year running as a result of recommendations made by visitors to the popular Tripadvisor website.

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“Guaza is neglected”, socialists claim

The town of Guaza in the Arona municipality is being totally neglected and the needs of more than 2,000 residents are being ignored.

This is the claim of local Socialists who are calling on the council to instigate an urgent plan of repairs, refurbishment, cleaning of the streets and a better refuse collection.

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Recognition for “La Casa del Patio”

All the hard work to restore “La Casa del Patio” in Santiago del Teide has been officially recognised.

Everyone involved in the multi-million euro project is delighted that the Canary Government has declared the 17th century building of “Cultural Interest”. This is known as a BIC and is equivalent in Britain to being listed.

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New fun run seeks competitors

El Rosario will host a new Fun Run on August 2nd.

The sporting event – I Carrera Popular Nuestra Señora de La Esperanza – is one of the attractions of the festivities in honour of Nuestra Señora de La Esperanza from July 15th to August 30th.

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More top awards for Siam Park

Siam Park has started the summer with another four accolades.

They represent the highest possible certifications for environmental care, quality and standards and for animal care.

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Massive security operation for Tenerife Bluetrail

A massive security operation has been planned to make sure the Tenerife Bluetrail 2014 goes off without a hitch.

The mountain race takes places on October 18th and there is still a ten per cent discount for runners who register before July 20th.

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Alert as robber hits women with stick

An urgent warning has been relayed in Puerto de la Cruz about a violent robber who appears to be targeting women in the street.

Police are being extra vigilant and stepping up controls following reports of several incidents involving a nasty technique.

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Pensioner dies in house blaze

Fire-fighters tried in vain to save the life of a man who was found overcome by fumes in a house blaze.

The tragedy happened in San Jose, in the municipality of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.

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Stunning viewpoint honours Chinese writer

An unusual viewing point which encompasses eight giant beach pebbles has been unveiled on La Palma.

The iconic mirador on the coast of Barlovento is dedicated to the Chinese writer, Echo Chen (known as Sanmao) who lived on the island for a while with her husband, José María Quero.

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Choose the theme for Santa Cruz Carnival

We’ve had Mexico, the Middle Ages, Rome, Pirates, Flower Power and Bollywood.

Now, thoughts are turning to the theme for the 2015 Santa Cruz Carnival and members of the public are being asked to select their favourite.

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