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Update Accion del Sol

  The Director of Accion del Sol would like to remind everyone that the refuge works solely with authorised municipalities which are Granadilla, Arona and Guia de Isora and that dogs can only be brought to the refuge by Protection Civil or the police with the necessary documentation.Full Article

IBM to move into Las Palmas

  Gran Canaria could be in for a major jobs’ boost. The Mayor of Las Palmas, Juan José Cardona has announced that the American computer multinational IBM is interested ...Full Article

Accountancy and tax matters

  It’s not just legal matters which might be troubling you. Finances could be on your mind as well. Tenerife Solicitors offer a wide range of accountancy and tax ...Full Article

Black economy campaign “just a smoke-screen”

  The Canary Government has been accused of only paying lip-service to the fight against fraud and the black economy. The union CCOO Canarias claims the recently-announced crackdown is ...Full Article

Historic boost for San Miguel

  The historic centre of San Miguel de Abona has finally gained official recognition. A large part of the old centre has been declared of “Bien de Interés Cultural” ...Full Article

Adeje Summer courses

  Your season to learn Spanish. Was one of your New Year resolutions to learn Spanish? Have you kept it yet? You may be interested to hear about Spanish ...Full Article

Group questions nude sun-bathing

  Acitizen’s group in La Laguna is questioning whether nude sun-bathing should be allowed on local beaches. The local council is currently drafting new regulations concerning the use of ...Full Article

Dog beach is a first

  The Canary Islands’ very first beach for dogs has opened in Gran Canaria and the idea could catch on. Bocabarranco in Las Palmas has reserved a 6,000 square ...Full Article

What happened to sparkling banana wine?

  The Cabildo on La Gomera has been accused of “deception” and “hot air” over plans to revitalise the island’s ailing agricultural industry. In 2006, it is claimed, plans ...Full Article

La Palma hopes

  La Palma is hoping changes to the controver- sial Coastal Law will save some of the 15 settlements threatened with demolition. Senator for the island, Maria de Haro ...Full Article
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