Canary Islands News
Fuerteventura Cabildo is to implement tough new measures to make such the picturesque Isla de Lobos is safeguarded for the future and not ruined by too many tourists.
El Hierro has become the first island in the world to measure radon gas in its buildings and public infrastructures.
A man nearly drowned in Lanzarote on Christmas Day.
Health chiefs have presented “Canarian Health Network”, the first health network in the islands.
The Canary Islands’ Plan for Tourism 2025 has brought together professionals in a work table in which the challenges faced by the tourism sector were discussed.
The Archaeological Museum of Lanzarote is now a reality after the opening of the side naves of the emblematic building on Fajardo Street in Arrecife.
There was tragedy in Fuerteventura on New Year’s Eve when a woman drowned and a man narrowly escaped with his life when he tried to save her.
Hospiten Sur has delivered rescue material to the Association of Voluntary Firemen of Valle Gran Rey, in La Gomera, within the framework of its Corporate Social Responsibility policy.
The Canary Islands’ emergency centre tripled its activity during New Year’s Eve.