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Clean up cahmpaign in Los Cristianos

Dear Editor I write asking you to bring awareness ( and possibly start a clean up campaign) of the filthy stinking dog mess that covers the streets and pave-ments of Los Cristianos. Particularly around the Arona Gran area. So called “dog lovers” very rarely clean up after their dogs which leaves this beautiful little town in a disgusting state. ...Full Article

What happened to chip and pin?

Dear Editor What has happened to all the security around the “Chip and Pin” system with cheque cards? I know a lot of people who are concerned that the ...Full Article

So fed-up with potholes

Dear Madam With all the road improvements taking place in San Eugenio and also in Playa de las Americas (ie major refurbishment of the road network and pedestrianisation etc), ...Full Article

Before The Storm by Diane Chamberlain

Her little boy has been accused of murder. How far will she go to protect him?Full Article

Blind Alley by Danielle Ramsey

DI Jack Brady is riding high after the successful outcome of his previous case, but his world is about to come crashing down. There is a serial rapist plaguing ...Full Article

Summer Dreams by Nora Roberts

Ty Starback and Asher Wolfe were the tennis world’s premier couple, until their passion nearly destroyed them both. Now, three years later, Asher is back on the circuit, determined ...Full Article

The Burning Room’ by Michael Connelly

In The LAPD’s Open -Unsolved, not many murder victims die a decade after the crime. So when Orlando Merced finally succumbs to complications from being shot ten years earlier, ...Full Article

Gabriel de Belcastel & Puerto de la Cruz Worthy of a Garden of Eden, visting Frenchman concluded

The life of Frenchman, Gabriel de Belcastel (1821-1890) tells us a lot about Puerto de la Cruz and its popularity in times go by for people seeking a cure ...Full Article

The present, the past, pipe dreams and a little bit of magic

Recently there has been a lot of news in the local press concerning the improvements being made to hotels in Puerto. For many years, hotel owners have had to ...Full Article

The 14th Deadly Sin by James Patterson

A terror is sweeping the streets of San Francisco. And the killers look a lot like cops— As Detective Lindsey Boxer investigates whether the perpetrators are brilliant imposters or ...Full Article
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