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Loro Parque gives a million to wildlife

The Loro Parque Foundation is to invest more than one million dollars in conservation and species protection during 2013. The decision was made despite the economic crisis following two days of study by the advisory board. The money will help envi-ronmental programmes in 22 countries worldwide and signifies a huge commitment from the sponsors and suppor-ters ...Full Article

Buenavista is lucky again

Tenerife has once again been touched by the luck of the El Niño lottery. For the third time in recent years, the island took a share ...Full Article

A spotless Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz council says a team of 45 staff worked round the clock after the New Year’s Eve celebrations to make sure the city was spotless. The ...Full Article

Looking for capital ideas

Santa Cruz is inviting ideas for events to help revitalise the capital and bring in more tourists and shoppers. In January of 2012, the city council ...Full Article

Fury over sales date violation

Shops in La Laguna which started their sales before the agreed date of January 7th are facing disciplinary action. The strict date is govern-ed by an ...Full Article

Puerto blueprint seeks public comments

The consortium behind plans for the rehabilitation of Puerto de la Cruz says it wants to reach as many people as possible. A blueprint for the ...Full Article

Bathing boost at popular beach

The popular bathing area of La Barranquera in La Laguna is to see further improvements within the next few months. The local council has agreed to demolish ...Full Article

Franchises not catching on

Franchised businesses don’t seem to be catching on in the Canary Islands. Research says that despite being introduced to Spain some 30 years ago and becoming ...Full Article

Cocaine hidden in vegetables

Yet another new way of smuggling drugs into Spain has been uncovered by National Police. All sorts of methods have been tried over the years, including ...Full Article

Hikers still ignore closed sign

The Barranco del Infierno in Adeje may re-open again in 2013. The nature reserve with its stunning views has been closed since 2009 following an accident ...Full Article
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