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“Disgust” over airport authority

A furious row has broken out which has culminated in Tenerife Cabildo demanding the immediate resignation of the regional director of the airport authority AENA. The Cabildo is fed up with various decisions over the last few months which culminated this week in “disgust” when AENA failed to allow a press conference at the south airport to launch a ...Full Article

View TV, one box for the ultimate package

If you are a Brit and live here in Tenerife or spend months here as a “swallow”, can you do without English TV? The answer is undoubtedly “no” but ...Full Article

“Children found on street”, smugglers claim

  National Police have dismantled a network based in Morocco and Gran Canaria which was involved in human trafficking and drug smuggling. The group would even use the ploy ...Full Article

Council tries to buy volcano land

  Fears have been expressed that a spectacular volcano on La Palma is being deteriorated because of tourism interest. The Mayor of Fuencaliente, Gregorio Alonso said they didn’t want ...Full Article

Pharmacy “freedom”

  The Canary Government says it is prepared to give struggling pharmacies more freedom. It has agreed to relax the rules on opening hours from 40 hours to 37.5 ...Full Article

Titsa begins talks on new cutbacks

Tenerife’s bus company Titsa is to begin a round of talks with unions to see how further cuts can be made this year The aim is to end 2014 ...Full Article

No sunbathing ban, so why oil?

Sunbathing can be bad for you but should the Canary Islands put a ban on it? Similarly, people die in car accidents so does that mean all car factories should be ...Full Article

Biggest quake yet on El Hierro

El Hierro has suffered its strongest ever underwater earthquake since the seismic activity began in the summer of 2011.Full Article

Patera had sailed for 18 days

  A dozen illegal immigrants intercepted off the coast of La Palma had apparently been sailing for 18 days. They told the Guardia Civil they had set off from ...Full Article

Urgent works at Toy Library

  The children’s toy library in San Juan de la Rambla is returning to normal following emergency works ordered by the local council. Councillor for public works, Jonay Méndez ...Full Article
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