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Canary Islands continue coronavirus curfews with Tenerife still on level 3

Tenerife is to remain on level 3 alert for at least another week with a 10pm to 6am curfew, bars and restaurants closed inside and nightclubs and discos still banned. Government officials yesterday ruled it is still too early to relax the restrictions which will remain until the next review on April 15th. Although coronavirus cases ...Full Article

Adeje launches a new programme to increase participation opportunities for women with physical challenges

The programme includes workshops on self-esteem, sexuality, communication, gender violence and leadership skills Adeje’s departments of equality and disabilities, under councillors Desiderio Juan Afonso Ruiz and ...Full Article

Radio Sur adds new programmes to the weekly schedule

Sports, seniors, equality, youth, employment and training and news and interviews in English will head up the new afternoon schedules Adeje’s Municipal radio station, Radio Sur, ...Full Article

B1 English Cambridge awards for Adeje youth

The council’s youth department organised free lessons for applicants 10 young people in Adeje were recently awarded their B1 English diploma granted by the University of ...Full Article

New scheme training 15 new lifeguards

The trainees will be assigned to natural coastal zones 15 Adeje residents have just started a new training programme under the PFAE (Alternative Training Employment Programme) ...Full Article

Adeje Council condemns the organised fight on one of the borough’s beaches yesterday

Authorities say that obeying the current regulations regarding Covid-19 is fundamental if we wish to overcome this health crisis Adeje council has condemned the actions that ...Full Article

British Embassy: New message to Brits in Spain

From 1 January, UK Nationals have been able to spend 90 days out of every 180 within the Schengen area for tourism or other specific purposes, ...Full Article

Adeje council votes to introduce screening for colonic cancer

To celebrate World Colorectal Cancer day the Plaza de España has been lit up in blue At a recent sitting of Adeje council there was unanimous ...Full Article

Full police presence and extra security along Adeje’s beaches until Sunday

There will be up to 300 police on the streets and beaches over the long Easter weekend, using persuasion and control to stop gatherings that don’t ...Full Article

LIBERTY SEGUROS explains the new changes with respect to the so-called Green Card

As of April 1, the green card -which verifies the validity of Compulsory Liability Insurance for vehicles- will not be longer green and will now be ...Full Article
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