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Time-share row over “limbo” fees

  Another row has broken out over attempts to regulate time-sharing activity on the streets of Arona. Some four months ago, the local council introduced new rules which imposed strict compliances on companies which wanted to send sales reps out on to the streets. These included supplying all their details, a directive to always wear identity badges, paying large ...Full Article

“On the right track” says Mayor

  Granadilla is hoping to help around 80 unemployed people with an ambitious municipal plan. The Mayor, Jaime González Cejas said they are investing 349,000 euros and a further ...Full Article

“Palmetum: an island in a city”

  The Palmetum at Santa Cruz, a unique botanical garden with more than 1,400 species in 112 acres, is opening its doors to the public. The attraction is the ...Full Article

“Lucky” makes it a double

  A baby penguin called “Lucky” has helped to make it a double celebration at Tenerife’s popular Jungle Park. The little chick has thrived since being born at the ...Full Article

Twenty head for Lanzarote

Another “patera” with illegal immigrants has tried to reach the coasts of the Canaries, the second within a fortnight. The latest arrival happened on September 25th at Órzola in ...Full Article

Two arrested for illegal fishing

  The Guardia Civil have arrested two people in Garachico for alleged illegal fishing. They also seized a large quantity of fish, including octopus, pollock and bream, together with ...Full Article

Shock at fatal accident

  An investigation is underway after a 73-year-old woman was killed in an accident with a lorry. The tragedy caused wide-spread shock and distress and the driver had to ...Full Article

Cabildo team “committed tothe people”

  The new president of Tenerife Cabildo, Carlos Alonso has started his new era of open government where people come first. The newly-inaugurated president last week unveiled his new ...Full Article

Restart dates for island’s hospitals

  Hopes have once again been raised that work will restart very shortly on Tenerife’s north and south hospitals. Vice-president of Tenerife Cabildo, Aurelio Abreu said it was anticipated ...Full Article

Oil: new war of words

  A war of words has broken out which is adding even more fuel to the ferocious Canary oil exploration debate. As the 45 days of public consultation comes ...Full Article
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