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Loro Parque invests millions to study climate changes in Canaries

The Loro Parque Foundation has signed several collaboration agreements and contracts with research teams from the two Canarian universities and the NGOs Elasmocan and AVANFUER, to start the CanBio project, a research programme financed jointly by Loro Parque and the Canary Islands Government.Full Article

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One of my abiding childhood memories is of my father creating a little fire on the patio on one of the days leading up to the beginning of Lent. What he ...Full Article

Graffiti train gang arrested for dozens of vandal attacks

National Police have arrested 18 graffiti artists who allegedly committed numerous “assaults” at Metro and Renfe stations.Full Article

Benidorm fears too many new beds will saturate resort

Benidorm’s “hotel bubble” could be in danger of bursting and ruining the profitability of the Costa Blanca resort, worried tourism leaders are warning.Full Article

Los Realejos become a museum full of life

Los Realejos is to celebrate its annual Carnival from February 24th.Full Article

Police rescue man, 65, from house blaze

Police officers rescued a 65-year-old man from a burning house in La Victoria in the north of Tenerife.Full Article

Spain leads way over safety in finishing sector

Spain has taken a significant step at international level on safety in the fisheries sector.Full Article

Police called out to fight

An early-evening brawl in La Laguna left a 47-year-old man with a stab wound.Full Article

Canary weddings with a difference are the cheapest in Spain

Wedding tastes are changing and current couples, of any age, are looking for another way to celebrate their marriage, anniversary, honeymoon trip or just a romantic getaway.Full Article

New colour guide to historic restaurants

The European University of the Canary Islands and La Orotava council have presented the first Gastropatrimonial guide of the municipality, carried out by more than 20 students of the University.Full Article
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