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Porsche roars through Lanzarote

  The rugged coastline of Lanzarote has inspired Porsche to promote its new 911 model. The German sports car manufacturer has recorded a promotional video of the car which celebrates the 50th anniversary of the original 911 mark. The model goes on sale in September with two versions, the Turbo (520CV) and the Turbo S (560CV).Full Article

Salary fears

Unions claim 200,000 Canary workers risk losing 15% of their salaries from July. The CCOO believes wages will be cut if collective agreements are not renewed on July 8th.Full Article

Canaries worried about German tourism losses

  The Canary Islands as a whole suffered a decline in the German market during April but held its own on visitor numbers. Tourism chiefs say they are concerned ...Full Article

Cocaine arrest

  An Italian man was arrested on La Gomera after being found in possession of 30 grams of cocaine. The 51-year-old faces prosecution for a crime against public health.Full Article

La Gomera steps up fire cover call

  La Gomera is once again fighting for adequate air cover and its own helicopter in case the island suffers yet another devastating fire. Cabildo president, Casimiro Curbelo says ...Full Article

“Unfair” law

  The president of Nuevas Canarias, Román Rodríguez claims the new Tourism Law favours Tenerife and Lanzarote but leaves Gran Canaria isolated. He believes the only way for Gran ...Full Article

Fishy catch

  A charity centre in La Palma received an unexpected present of 16 kilos of fish after police cracked down on illegal poaching. The Civil Guard arrested one man ...Full Article

Red tape thwarting building industry

  President of the Canary Government, Paulino Rivero has been asked to help kick-start the construction industry. Representatives of Fepeco, the federation of small businesses involved in construction, said ...Full Article

“Rethink” needed on housing arrears

  The Canary Parliament is urging the Government to think again about the way it deals with mortgage arrears and evictions. It says everyone is entitled to decent housing ...Full Article

Cutting back on communion costs

  Families in the Canary Islands wishing to celebrate their child’s first Communion are paying out between 1,026 euro and 1,357 euros, a new survey has found. The consumer ...Full Article
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