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The thorny problem of pine needles

  The thorny problem of pine needles Collecting pine needles in the forests is essential for fire control but it’s not as simple as it sounds. Tenerife Cabildo has been stressing the protocol which involves making a formal application and then awaiting permission.Full Article

New campaign site on Euro health card

  Not sure how or when to use your European Health card? A new campaign launched by health officials should help clear up confusion over how to obtain health ...Full Article

El Médano in “Save our Seismites” campaign

  Granadilla council is mounting a campaign to make people more aware of unique rock formations in El Médano. These Sedimentary Struc-tures “Seis mites” are located near the Red ...Full Article

Roads are “full of potholes”

  The state of many roads in La Orotava has been denounced by the local council. Deputy Mayor for infrastructures and history, Narciso Pérez Hernández said they had repeatedly ...Full Article

Art students to work on mural

  The massive record-breaking mural on the port at Los Cristianos is to be given a new lease of life. Arona council has signed an agreement with the University ...Full Article

Puerto beach “has to be a priority”

  Restoration of Playa Martiánez in Puerto de la Cruz is a number one priority for Tenerife Cabildo. The assurance was given by tourism chief and Cabildo vicepresident, Carlos ...Full Article

Canaries would put high taxes on oil

  The Canary Government has warned it would be prepared to impose a “deterrent tax” on oil companies to put them off drilling in the waters off Lanzarote and ...Full Article

No Royalty for centenary

  Royalty will not be gracing Tenerife Cabildo’s centenary celebrations, it is being reported. The corporation had hoped the Spanish Prince and Princess would attend on March 16th. However, ...Full Article

More tourism projects for the south

  Improvement projects to the tourist area of south Tenerife will include a bike path between Arona and Adeje and better parking in avenida Rafael Puig. Tenerife Cabildo has ...Full Article

La Palma’s optimism for cruise tourism

  Tourism chiefs are confident that the Thomson Majesty tragedy in the port of La Palma will not affect the island’s cruise trade. They say the death on February ...Full Article