Lanzarote urges swimmers: “Take care!”

Lanzarote is urging swimmers, tourists and fishermen to take extra special care in rocky areas of the island.

The Cabildo says there have been a number of incidents of people falling into the water and it hopes to extend a warning system to all potentially dangerous areas.

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Minister deplores latest murder

Spain’s Minister of Equality and Health, Ana Mato has called on people to report any suspicions of domestic violence after denouncing the latest murder.

The latest victim was a 39-year-old Romanian woman , believed to have been killed by her boyfriend in Madrid.

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Mrs. Sinclair’s Suitcase by Louise Walters

Roberta likes to collect the letters and postcards she finds in second-hand books. When her father gives her some of her grandmother’s belongings, she finds a baffling letter from the grand-father she never knew – dated after he supposedly died in the war.

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Free wifi for across Tenerife?

Tenerife could eventually become a free wifi island if a pilot project involving Adeje, Santiago del Teide, Puerto de la Cruz and Arona proves a success.

Visitors would be able to log on to the internet on the beaches, in the commercial areas, ports and places of recreation.

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Two die in “squat” fire

Two people who died in a fire in Santa Cruz were believed to be squatters.

The bodies of a man and woman, aged between 30 and 45, were discovered by fire crews who were called to the scene following reports of smoke and the smell of burning.

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If I Should Die by Matthew Frank

It began with vicious, apparently motiveless attacks on down and outs in South London. But when one of the victims dies from his wounds, it’s murder…

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“Fair Play” message during summer camps

Granadilla is the latest municipality to launch a “Fair Play” in sports campaign.

Following on from similar launches, including in Adeje, local youngsters are being taught the ethics of respecting your opponent, accepting defeat with grace and abiding by the referee’s decisions.

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No Mercy by John Burley

A teenage boy is brutally murdered in a sleepy American town. Everyone pulls together, protecting their families, but when another teenager is attacked is becomes immediately clear that a serial killer is in their midst.

What would you do if you lived next door to a psychopath? If you bought your newspaper from a cold-blooded killer?

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A Delicate Truth by John Le Carré´

A counter-terror operation, codenamed ‘Wildlife’, is being mounted in Britain’s most precious colony, Gibraltar. Its purpose: to capture a high-value jihadist arms-buyer. Its authors: an ambitious Foreign Office Minister and a private defence contractor who is also his close friend. So delicate is the operation that even the Minister’s Private Secretary, Toby Bell, is not cleared for it.

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Craft fair will include special honour

The 29th Pinolere Regional Crafts Fair to be held in La Orotava on September 5th, 6th and 7th will see a special honour.

As part of the popular show, the magazine “El Pajar”, which is dedicated to ethnography, arts and the heritage, will receive a recognition award on the first day.

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