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A breath-taking barranco walk to celebrate the first day of Spring

Sunday 20th March saw the 6th “Talk the Walk” from Ifonche near Arona with Tenerife Guided Walks for En Pie, the Canarian Mental Health Foundation. I woke up in Los Cristianos on the first day of spring to a blue sky dappled with a few white fluffy clouds. There was a fair breeze and the dark blue sea looked ...Full Article

“It’s industry Jim, but not as we know it”

A little while ago I was given a book entitled ‘Tenerife y sus pueblos’ (‘Tenerife and its towns’, or ‘Tenerife and the thirty-one municipalities of the island’ to be ...Full Article

Time Of Death by Mark Billingham

(Soon to be a major BBC Drama) Two schoolgirls are abducted in the small, dying Warwickshire town of Polesford, driving a knife into the heart of the community where ...Full Article

Private Sydney by James Patterson and Kathryn Fox

Craig Gisto has promised Eliza Moss that his elite team at Private Sydney will investigate the disappearance of her father. After all, as CEO of a high-profile research company, ...Full Article

The First Fifteen Lives Of Harry August by Claire North

Some stories cannot be told in just one lifetime. No matter what he does or what decision he makes, every time that Harry dies. he always returns to where ...Full Article

Now The Killing Starts by Steve Cage

When maverick TV reporter Hunter investigates the brutal killing of a pro-hanging Tory MP he triggers an explosive chain reaction of violence. What are bent cops and senior ministers ...Full Article

Kind-hearted Los Gigantes rallies round to help loveable Frosty

Kind-hearted locals at the oldest bar in Los Gigantes are busy raising funds to help pay-vets’ bills for a pensioner’s pet kitten brutally injured in a mystery attack. Loveable ...Full Article

Levying of Capital Gains Tax and Inheritance Tax

Dear Editor, It has taken me nearly 10 years to obtain parity for non-resident Spanish property owners in the levying of Capital Gains Tax and Inheritance Tax by the ...Full Article

Membership, stalling tactics, troubled times, a typewriter and that “silence!” sign

BEFORE we continue on the trail of the development of the Orotava Library, it will be necessary to pause for a moment to consider the structure of these early ...Full Article

Puerto’s “changing image” needs a new promotional direction as well

Puerto is on the up and up, it has turned the corner, the recovery is well and truly underway and there is a feel good feeling coming from the ...Full Article
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