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Then there was light!

An isolated area of Granadilla has outdoor lighting for the first time. The local council has spent nearly 28,000 euros on installing a dozen photo-voltaic lights in El Pinar.

Artist looks at life in Tegueste

One of the most renowned painters in the Canary Islands is exhibiting his wonderful work in Tegueste. The name of Manolo Sánchez has been known throughout ...Full Article

Puerto’s history, behind closed doors

Why is so much of this town’s heritage either being destroyed or simply ignored and left to fall into decay? Other towns, La Laguna and La ...Full Article

Flooding relief planned for La Laguna

Tenerife Cabildo is to invest nearly three million euros between now and 2017 to rectify storm water problems in La Laguna. The work will primarily take ...Full Article

Mayor delivers “bacon butties” after Easy Jet sleep-over

The Mayor of a town in Lanzarote has been praised for his role in helping stranded passengers of an Easy Jet holiday plane which broke down ...Full Article

Lanzarote urges swimmers: “Take care!”

Lanzarote is urging swimmers, tourists and fishermen to take extra special care in rocky areas of the island. The Cabildo says there have been a number ...Full Article

Tenerife Bluetrail 2014 seeks your help

What are you doing on October 18th? Would you like to be part of the Tenerife Bluetrail 2014, Spain’s highest mountain trail? You might not be ...Full Article

More backing for cancer transport campaign

Granadilla has added its weight to the campaign to buy a special vehicle to transport cancer patients from the south of Tenerife to the University Hospital ...Full Article

Green light for new sailing school

Granadilla has been given the green light for the establishment of a sailing school at the beach of La Jaquita in El Médano. The council says ...Full Article

Health chiefs say “stay calm” over ebola scares

Health leaders have issued a message of “stay calm” after another patient was admitted to hospital on the mainland with symptoms of ebola. At the time ...Full Article
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