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Scientists monitor El Hierro quakes

  All eyes have once again been on El Hierro as the island experienced yet another succession of underwater quakes, including the strongest so far. At one stage, authorities implemented a yellow alert and closed a number of traffic tunnels because of the fear of landslides and rock falls.Full Article

La Palma targets Poland

  La Palma is going “door to door” in Poland in order to promote the charms of the island as a holiday destination. The Tourist Board sees Poland as ...Full Article

Real-life 1-1-2 training for students

  Students from Tenerife are to play a role in real-life emergencies as part of their health training. The public company “Gestión de Servicios para la Salud y Seguridad ...Full Article

Home seizures are causing misery

  Politicians have criticised the number of homes standing empty across the Canary Islands. Izquierda Unida de Canarias (United Left Canaries) says there are 15,300 empty homes in the ...Full Article

Canaries must take fight to Madrid

  Campaigners fighting the controversial “Ley de Costas” say the Canary Islands must present a united front to fight for fairer treatment. The law concerns pro-perties deemed to have ...Full Article

Patera arrives in Gran Canaria

  Another patera carrying illegal immigrants has arrived in the Canary Islands. On this occasion, the boat with 14 people on board tried to get to Gran Canaria. They ...Full Article

A new era for La Graciosa?

  La Graciosa is stepping up its campaign to win recognition as the eighth Canary island. So far, a petition has attracted more than 3,500 signatures, not just from ...Full Article

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 ...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
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