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Shock of dead dogs

Feb 6th, 2013 Shock and outrage has followed news of another case of animal cruelty in Tenerife. A police investigation is underway after the bodies of a dozen dogs were found in the bottom of a ravine in Arona. It is believed at least two of the animals were still alive when they were thrown in.Full Article

Fake CD and DVD scam in Tenerife

  Police have discovered thousands of counterfeit CDs and DVDs being sold in premises across Tenerife. They have estimated that around 17,000 were on sale in 1,000 locations and ...Full Article

Council completes cemetery tidy-up

  Granadilla has been continuing its rolling programme of improvements to public open spaces. The latest location to be tackled was the municipal cemetery where walls were repaired and ...Full Article

Carnival tram strike still on

Feb 5th, 2013 Meetings between Metropolitano Tenerife and staff have so far failed to reach an agreement over a threatened tram strike during the Carnival. With only days to ...Full Article

Further delay for train projects

  The prospect of Tenerife getting trains for the south and the north is almost certain to be further delayed. Originally, it was hoped to have started work in ...Full Article

Call for more police in Costa Adeje

  Employers in Arona and Costa Adeje believe there are still measures which can be taken to improve the tourism image of the area. AEPACA (Asociación de Empresarios de ...Full Article

La Laguna to predict flooding

  La Laguna is nearing completion on a pioneering project which will predict potential flooding hot-spots throughout the municipality. The system has been devised with the collaboration of the ...Full Article

Reducing the risk of accidents

  Granadilla de Abona is pioneering an initiative to raise awareness about safety when enjoying activities out and about in the countryside. A training seminar about risk management was ...Full Article

City tours introduce new discount schemes

  Santa Cruz is continuing its efforts to attract more visitors and show them all the capital has to offer. Last year, the tourist buses operated by “City Sightseeing” ...Full Article

Puerto to become a disabled-friendly town

  Puerto de la Cruz has pledged its commitment to becoming more disabled-friendly. The town feels it is essential for everyone to think about accessibility, to adapt premises where ...Full Article
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