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Curtain up on Canary Film Circuit

  Dozens of films, many of them made within the archipelago, are to be shown on the big screen in the return of a popular event. The Canary Government has decided to stage another edition of the Canary Film Circuit following the success of the first festival. This time, however, there will be nearly three times ...Full Article

Livestock farmers will not give up fight

  The livestock sector in the Canary Islands has accused the regional government of condemning the industry to oblivion. Representatives say aid promised to them under ...Full Article

Cathedral “to re-open in September”

One of the main religious buildings in La Laguna is expected to re-open in September. Extensive work on repairing and replacing the roof of the historic ...Full Article

Getting the taste of Tenerife

  Tenerife’s homegrown products such as honey, wine and jams will hopefully soon be taking pride of place in supermarkets across the Island. Tenerife Cabildo wants ...Full Article

Art to combat substance abuse

  La Orotava is fighting the war against drugs by using art as a hook. Young people aged between 14 and 35 are being invited to take ...Full Article

Puerto promises better roads

  Puerto de la Cruz has pledged to continue its rolling programme of road repairs. The promise was made by the Mayor, Marcos Brito following work ...Full Article

Dog cruelty fine “too low”

  Animal lovers have expressed surprise at the low level of fines given to two men for cruel treatment to a pair of dogs. A court ...Full Article

Rivero backs new Tenerife Network

  Pesident of the Canary Government, Paulino Rivero has given his full backing to the creation of the new “Tenerife Network”. He said any initiative which ...Full Article

Violent death causes total shock

Santa Ursula in the north of Tenerife has been shocked by the violent death of a well-known businessman who was once involved in tourism in the ...Full Article

Cabildo fights “intolerable” treatment

Tenerife Cabildo has stepped up its criticism of the airport authority AENA, saying its attitude towards the island is “intolerable” and an “insult”. President, Ricardo Melchior ...Full Article