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Loro Parque Fundación introduces more Lear’s macaws into their natural habitat in Brazil

Lear’s macaw is one of the ten species that the Foundation has managed to save from imminent extinction thanks to the funding of ‘in situ’ and ‘ex-situ’ conservation projects Thanks to the initiative of Loro Parque, Animal Embassy and Biodiversity Conservation Centre, in close collaboration with Loro Parque Fundación, two more Lear’s Macaws (Anodorhynchus leari) were ...Full Article

Residency issues, ‘swallows’, and tourism discussed by Adeje and the British Consulate

At a recent meeting members of the corporation and the consulate agreed to work together to resolve a number of issues that EU exit changes may ...Full Article

‘Best use’ workshop for Food Bank users

The workshop suggests ways of preserving and using products to aid in household budgeting Adeje council, with the ‘Mensajeros por la Paz Canarias’ organisation, are organising ...Full Article

Exceltur name Adeje as the top competitive Spanish destination

José Miguel Rodríguez Fraga took part in the SolyTur online presentation today which looked at 7 top tourism pillars and analysed 87,000 data points from coastal ...Full Article

Health chiefs issue coronavirus alert over Easter get-togethers

The Canary Islands will adopt “more additional restrictions” but rules out the perimeter closure at Easter.  The Government of the Canary Islands reiterated that, with the ...Full Article

Adeje online course for teens working to reduce risks

The courses are organised by Proyecto Hombre over a series of workshops during March The Adeje council’s department of health, under councillor Amada Trujillo Bencomo, and ...Full Article

Canaries unveil pioneering underwater electricity connection beween islands

President of the Canary Islands, Ángel Víctor Torres has revealed details of the official presentation of the underwater electrical interconnection project between the islands of Tenerife ...Full Article

Coronavirus tally in Canaries: end of February figures

The Ministry of Health of the Government of the Canary Islands registered 140 new cases of coronavirus COVID-19 as of February 28th.  The total accumulated cases ...Full Article

Adeje council and associations meet to explore new ways to help the most vulnerable

The objective is to co-ordinate local resources The Adeje council’s department of Community Welfare, under councillor Mercedes Vargas Delgado, recently met with members of different associations ...Full Article

Adeje council and the Canarian employment service launch two projects

Up to 130 people will benefit from the two schemes The Adeje council’s department of economic development and employment politics, under councillor Raquel Rodríguez Alonso, are ...Full Article
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