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Women’s Day prompts month of events

  Numerous locations across Tenerife have been celebrating International’s Women’s Day but in Tegueste, activities are being spread across a month. The local council has organised a full programme which includes workshops on nutrition, sexuality, reconciling family life, dance, video forum sessions, storytelling, exhibitions, tours and theatre.Full Article

Rower thwarted by rough seas

  Another intrepid adventurer has seen their ambitions thwarted by the rough sea conditions. The emergency services were called in by a Portuguese sailor who was attempting to row ...Full Article

Council warns about new animal rules

  A campaign has been mounted in Los Realejos to remind people of their civic duties in keeping animals. The local council has warned that offences will lead to ...Full Article

Red Cross in new recruit campaign

  The Red Cross is going out and about in Tenerife to seek more volunteers and funds. The campaign by “Cruz Roja” will be concentrated in the north but ...Full Article

Cabildo backs Puerto blueprint

  Tenerife Cabildo has given its full backing to the Puerto de la Cruz modernisation plan which aims to improve the town and its competitiveness. This is the first ...Full Article

Left in the dark

  At least four streets in the Los Majuelos area of La Laguna have been without lighting for several weeks following the theft of copper cabling. Residents have asked ...Full Article

Puerto to get tough on pavement space

  Puerto de la Cruz is to take a new tough stance against businesses which fail to comply with pavement furniture guidelines. The local council intends to clampdown on ...Full Article

Nordic visitors “big spenders” in Canaries

  Tourism spending in the Canary Islands went up in January but not as much as in the other main Spanish destinations. Latest figures from the Ministry of Industry, ...Full Article

Airport staff fear security cuts

  Demonstrations are expected to take place at Tenerife’s south airport by staff who fear another round of job cuts. Unions believe up to 40 security guards are to ...Full Article

Gun parts found in dump

  Police are reminding gun enthusiasts that they have to dispose of ammunition or weapons in the right way. Their reminder follows a shock for a refuse collection worker ...Full Article