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Flu virus hits the older age group

  People within the age group of 45 to 64 have been most hit by the flu virus in the Canary Islands this year. In the 2011/2012 season, children under the age of 15 were the most affected but the emphasis appears to have changed to the older generation.Full Article

Lifeguards call for urgent rescue mission

A further appeal has gone out to Arona council to solve the lifeguard crisis affecting the beach of Las Vistas in Los Cristianos. The authority has already said it ...Full Article

Conservatives Abroad Annual General Meeting

NOTICE Conservatives Abroad Annual General Meeting will take place on the 7th    March at The Hotel El Tope, Puerto de la Cruz. First call 5:30pm for 6:00pm. All ...Full Article

“Miracle” not enough for health

The Canary Government has admitted it needs “more than a miracle” to solve the urgent problem of rising waiting lists in the health service. President Paulino Rivero has issued ...Full Article

Ammunition found in dump

A refuse collection worker got quite a shock when emptying a bin in the centre of Santa Cruz. The operator immediately phoned the police after discovering 36 cartridges and ...Full Article

The final year of the crisis

  Business chiefs are predicting some good and bad news on the economic front for 2013. The CEOE-Tenerife expects this year to be the final one for the crisis ...Full Article

Fun and high heels in Puerto de la Cruz

  Colour, fun, festivities and some very high heels transformed Puerto de la Cruz into a Carnival mecca. Thousands of people joined in the celebrations which included the Gran ...Full Article

Travel accolades for island

  German travel magazine, GeoSaison has given a major boost to El Hierro. It has chosen the island as one of the best 70 places in the world to ...Full Article

Alzheimer’s centre celebrates first birthday

  Granadilla is delighted to be celebrating the first anniversary of their new service to help people with Alzheimer’s and their dependents. The Mayor, Jaime González Cejas said more ...Full Article

TITSA faces another year of cuts

  Tenerife’s bus company TITSA is anticipating another year of cuts after losing more than three million passengers in 2012. The losses are attributed to increased fares and the ...Full Article