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Footpath work creates 63 jobs

La Gomera Cabildo is carrying out improvement actions in more than 30 trails in all municipalities. The insular institution has allocated 850,000 euros to the maintenance and rehabilitation of the network of trails involving more than 300 kilometres in the first six months of this year. President Casimiro Curbelo stressed the need to undertake these works, since they contribute ...Full Article

Tenerife’s cycling routes go virtual!

Tenerife Cabildo, through Tourism of Tenerife, will promote a dozen cycling routes in Tenerife that reproduce some of the most important itineraries on the island among users of the ...Full Article

School children praised for their bravery after frightening coach crash

School-children from La Orotava have been praised for their bravery after the brakes on their bus failed and it plummeted 30ft down a ravine. Their school has co-mmended the ...Full Article

Decrease in Tenerife’s hotel occupancy is “cause for alert rather than concern”

Room occupancy in Tenerife is expected to fall by five per cent this summer but hoteliers say they are “watchful” rather than worried. The hotel and non-hotel establishments of ...Full Article

Police make seven arrests in massive prescription scam

The Civil Guard has dismantled a criminal organi-sation which cheated the Canary Islands Health Service out of more than two million euros through a prescription scam. It has arrested ...Full Article

Arona’s green areas to receive top priority

Tenerife Cabildo and Arona council have signed an agreement for the management of different green areas adjacent to the island roads that run through the municipality. The agreement was ...Full Article

Companies urged to take part in Beach Fashion event

Tenerife Cabildo and Adeje council have opened the registration period to participate in the third edition of “Tenerife Fashion Beach Costa Adeje”(TFBCA), an event that has already been consolidated ...Full Article

Could El Hierro’s whistling language help brain patients?

The old whistling language of El Hierro could be a therapy for patients with brain disease. Two researchers from the University of Ruhr, Bochum (Germany) have been on the ...Full Article

Capital gets tough with new batch of traffic regulations

Visitors and residents of Santa Cruz are being warned about a tough new approach to traffic rules which will eventually incur fines. The city’s new traffic regulations are now ...Full Article

Fiesta and traditions to mark 400 years in Taucho

Four hundred years of uninterrupted fiestas is a reason to celebrate indeed and Taucho in Adeje will be doing just that from June 28th to July 1st. Local residents, ...Full Article
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