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Science fair with a splash of humour

The Science Fair of La Orotava, in its 16th edition, returns to the Villa with many new features and the premiere of several activities. As in past editions, the Plaza de la Constitución will host on Sunday November 17 the veteran fair with the participation of the main research entities of the islands. Taking advantage that this year marks ...Full Article

Chinese migrants smuggled into UK and Ireland via Canaries

Spanish police have dismantled a people-smuggling gang which used airports in the Canaries, including Tenerife, to get Chinese migrants into the UK for 30,000 euros each. The operation was ...Full Article

Tenerife link as cocaine boat seized

Spanish police and the British authorities have intercepted a sailboat carrying almost 1,000 kilos of cocaine on board. The ship, which had been acquired in Mallorca, was boarded by ...Full Article

Students delve into the history of south Tenerife

A group of students have developed a project of service to the community with the aim of recovering the history of southern Tenerife. Their task is based on creating ...Full Article

Spain’s biggest ever outbreak of listeria prompts international alert

Health officials in Spain say they are doing all they can to investigate and control the serious outbreak of listeriosis detected in Andalusia and “will leave recriminations” until later. ...Full Article

Assurances over Playa San Juan improvements

Assurances have been given about the finalisation of works in Playa San Juan. On September 2nd, a meeting was held between island councillor for land planning, historical heritage and ...Full Article

New British Ambassador Hugh Elliott arrives in Spain

Hugh Elliott, a member of the UK’s Diplomatic Service since 1989, succeeds Simon Manley as Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Spain and non-resident Ambassador to Andorra. The Ambassador takes up ...Full Article

Benidorm celebrates U-turn in fortunes

Hotels in Benidorm are hanging up the “full” signs for the first time this year after a U-turn in the popularity of the Costa Blanca despite Brexit and competing ...Full Article

La Palma wants new telescope rather than Hawaii

The Social Council of La Palma has agreed to support the possible installation of the Thirty Metre Telescope (TMT) on the summits of the island of La Palma in ...Full Article

Two toddlers hurt from balcony debris

A major safety review was carried out after part of a balcony fell from a property in Santa Cruz and injured three people, two of them toddlers. The incident ...Full Article
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