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Islas Airways “back in the sky soon”

  Islas Airways is being tipped to return to the skies of the Canary Islands within the next few weeks, four months after it filed for insolvency in the courts. The judge who heard the bankruptcy proceedings has agreed to give back three million euros so the company can be relaunched and resume most of its routes.Full Article

Lanzarote loves the all-inclusive

  The all-inclusive holiday has become increasingly popular on Lanzarote. Figures from the island’s Cabildo show numbers have doubled in the last seven years, reaching 31.6% in 2012.Full Article

Man dies despite valiant efforts

  The emergency services tried for more than two hours to save the life of a fisherman who was swept into the sea off the coast of Lanzarote. Another ...Full Article

Domestic violence: A decrease but still a concern

Domestic violence cases are on the decrease in the Canary Islands but it still has the second worst figures in Spain. The archipelago ended 2012 as second on the ...Full Article

Livestock farmers will not give up fight

  The livestock sector in the Canary Islands has accused the regional government of condemning the industry to oblivion. Representatives say aid promised to them under a State programme ...Full Article

Better outlook for saving jobs

  Business leaders in the Canary Islands have expressed a glimmer of optimism for the second quarter of 2013. The outlook appears to be better in the archipelago than ...Full Article

Canary group defends children in divorces

  A campaign group in the Canary Islands is fighting for more rights for children when their parents divorce. “Favor Filii” is an organisation which wants to try and ...Full Article

Labour reforms “a disaster” for Canaries

  Spain’s controversial labour reforms have been “devastating” to the archipelago, says the Canary Government. Minister of Employment, Industry and Commerce, Francisca Luengo said Spain lost more than 850,000 ...Full Article

Row over four or five star hotel projects

  A clash of opinions about whether new four star hotels should be allowed in the Canary Islands is failing to sway the government. Hoteliers in Tenerife believe the ...Full Article

Russian market “can help fill

  The Russian market has to be the next “big bet” for the fortunes of the Canary Islands, says president Paulino Rivero. He believes the Russian market has a ...Full Article
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