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Tourist tram for the south?

  Visitors to the south of Tenerife are used to seeing the little train trundling through the streets. But could this be taken one step further with the introduction of a tourist tram? The idea has been raised by the Mayor of Arona, Francisco Niño who is calling for a feasibility study to see how such a project could ...Full Article

Huge response to sign language course

  A sign language course to be held in La Orotava has prompted an amazing response. The local council, through its health department, has already received more than 100 ...Full Article

Railing fall will cost council 100,000 euros

  Granadilla council has been ordered to pay more than 100,000 euros to three women who fell on to rocks in a marina accident in 2006. The authority had ...Full Article

Show of solidarity at Rotary tournament

  Players from across the island, as well as visitors, took part in a charity tournament at Golf La Rosaleda hosted by the Rotary Club of Puerto de la ...Full Article

Take a trip to the sea-side

  A trip to the sea-side will pay special dividends for seniors and women of La Orotava. The council’s social welfare department has organised a series of exercise days ...Full Article

Fighting for five Blue Flags

  Adeje is to aim for a total of five “Blue Flags” for its beaches for the 2014-2015 tourist season. The municipality has three at present but wants to ...Full Article

Puerto library to become town hub

  Tenerife Cabildo has pledged its commitment to the new library at Puerto de la Cruz. The authority has agreed to finance the equip-ment of the property, situated on ...Full Article

Entries invited for photo contest

The tourism department of San Juan de la Rambla has launched the first edition of a photographic competition called “Fototurist”. The contest is free to enter and you can ...Full Article

FRESS 1-1-2 in the Canary Islands

  The Canary Ministry of Economy, Finance and Security, and FRESS Foundation, have signed a collaboration agreement by which, the Canary Government improves the access to the European emergency ...Full Article

“Curb the teaching cuts” says union

  Unions claim the education system built up in the Canary Islands over the last 25 years is in very serious jeopardy because of continued cuts. The CCOO Workers’ ...Full Article
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