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Helping to save lives

  In the Canary Islands, there are more than 2,500 cardiac arrests per year. Of these, less than 150 are successfully resuscitated, with those affected able to return to their homes and productive lives. To improve this prognosis, those who witness a cardiac arrest need as soon as possible to recognise the warning signs and perform some simple resuscitation. ...Full Article

Lucky day as Worten opens fourth store

  Shopping in the new La Orotava branch of Worten proved an extra special experience for the first 100 lucky customers. When the home appliance, consumer electronics and entertainment ...Full Article

La Gomera bounces back

  La Gomera is delighted to have recorded an average occupany of 75% in its hotels during August. This figure represents a significant increase on the figures of a ...Full Article

Banks ready to lend tourism “big money”

  Banks in the Canary Islands are preparing to ease their tough stance on lending money so that tourism projects and renovations can once again flourish. President, Paulino Rivero ...Full Article

Two-wheel tourism in Lanzarote

  If you like bike riding, Lanzarote is apparently the place to be. The island has recently been represented at two of Europe’s leading sports fairs in Madrid and ...Full Article

Disgust at mugging for 23 euros

  Police and passers-by were shocked and angry after a 78-year-old woman was mugged for the sake of a 20 euros note and small change. The attack happened in ...Full Article

Live Arico news

Dogs of the Week….. Boxer German Shepherd Puppies! We need to find homes for four adorable three month old Boxer German Shepherd cross puppies. As you can see, they ...Full Article

Mayor opens new recreation area

  A new park and recreation area has opened in El Médano. Granadilla’s Mayor, Jaime González Cejas and councillor for services, Juan Rodríguez Bello performed the official inauguration of ...Full Article

A unified image for La Orotava

  Street furniture, awnings and umbrellas in the historic centre of La Orotava will have to comply with a uniform look in the future. Discussions have been taking place ...Full Article

A pledge to the disabled

  Tegueste has promised to become disabled-friendly. The local council has signed an agreement with Sinpromi, the Society for the Promotion of People with Disabilities.Full Article
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