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Crisis still hitting Canary chemists

  Chemists across the Canary Islands say the Government’s decision to charge full price for certain products is having a significant impact. Sales of items such as eye drops, syrups and laxatives have all gone down, as well as statins to control high cholesterol. In some cases, the decrease is as much as 50%.Full Article

Island to tackle power cuts

  Major works on the electricity supply across.El Hierro will provide the island with a double circuit. The project is being carried out in three stages at a cost ...Full Article

Flu bug still rife in Canaries

  Beware the flu! It is stil rife in the Canary Islands although the archipelago seems to have escaped better than areas of mainland Spain, includng Andalucia and Navarra. ...Full Article

“Body sushi” causes a row

  A sushi gimmick at a Canary Island casino seems to have backfired. The Casino at Las Palmas received a number of complaints after it decided to use naked ...Full Article

Lanzarote looks to New York

  Lanzarote is exploring the possibility of opening up a new route to New York. Tourism chiefs met with representatives of the US travel company, Canary Island at the ...Full Article

More arrests for child porn

  More arrests have been made by police as they continue to investigate child pornography across Spain. In this latest phase, four people aged between 21 and 53, one ...Full Article

Oil company says ocean is rich

  Oil experts believe drilling off the coasts of Fuerteventura and Lanzarote could provide the equivalent of ten per cent of the total consumption in Spain. This is the ...Full Article

La Palma flights

  Air Europa says it is interested in helping to improve air links from La Palma to the mainland. Cabildo president, Guadalupe González Taño met with representatives of the ...Full Article

Power protest

  Potests have been voiced on El Hierro about the prospect of new overhead power lines on the island. “La Agrupación Herreña Independiente” (AHI) says all of the installation ...Full Article

Clampdown urged on money laundering

  An appeal has been made to all the public authorities in the Canary Islands to clampdown on money laundering. Experts say the illegal methods used are changing all ...Full Article
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