|Thursday, December 5, 2019
You are here: Home » News
  • Follow Us!

News

Plot idea leads to new book

  Puerto de la Cruz resident, Brian Eldridge has put pen to paper to write his first book. “Just an ordinary man” is available as an e-book through Amazon for all those who would like to read it. Brian, who is a columnist for the Tenerife News, only started to write when he moved to Tenerife.Full Article

Rock-fall death leads to new alert

La Gomera has been shocked by the death of a German woman in an accident which is having repercussions for all the islands. Authorities throughout the archipelago are once again ...Full Article

Tenerife holds its own on tourism numbers

  Tourism chiefs believe Tenerife is still overcoming the economic crisis after ending 2012 with nearly five million visitors. The final total of 4,903,497 is lower than in 2011 ...Full Article

La Orotava seeks new tourism status “Gran Afluencia” BID

  La Orotava is to bid for official status as an important attract of tourism. The local council feels this will benefit all traders and help to attract more ...Full Article

“Shirley Valentine” comes to Canaries

  Tickets have gone on sale for new attractions at the Teatro Pérez Galdós in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria. “Shirley Valentine” will take centrestage on March 8th and 9th ...Full Article

Adeje’s new face of shopping

  Adeje is to get two more commercial centres which will transform the face of tourists shopping in the south. One of them is to occupy around 25,000 square ...Full Article

Hunt for Arsonists leads to arrests

  Tenerife has sent out a very clear warning to anyone who starts a forest fire, either intentionally or through reckless behaviour. Last summer, there was huge concern when ...Full Article

Crowd enjoys Crispin ceremony

  A traditional ceremony was enjoyed by hundreds of people in La Orotava despite the bad weather. “Widows and widowers” joined in a mock funeral for “Crispin” who was ...Full Article

Flu virus hits the older age group

  People within the age group of 45 to 64 have been most hit by the flu virus in the Canary Islands this year. In the 2011/2012 season, children ...Full Article

Lifeguards call for urgent rescue mission

A further appeal has gone out to Arona council to solve the lifeguard crisis affecting the beach of Las Vistas in Los Cristianos. The authority has already said it ...Full Article
Page 1,071 of 1,097« First...102030...1,0691,0701,0711,0721,073...1,0801,090...Last »