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The Saint: Las Palmas Vs Deportivo La Coruna

    – 30/10/17 – Images courtesy of LP entertain Deportivo after more disappointment away to Villarreal last weekend losing 4-0. But they did beat tonight’s opponents away on Thursday night, in the away leg in the Copa Del Ray cup match, winning 4-1. Let’s hope for same result tonight. LP our still 3rd from bottom in La Liga but a win tonight would move them above tonight’s opponents. 5mins in and first attack by LP, ball gets played to Remy but his shot hits the side netting at the near post. Another bright move follows by LP, Remy...

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Mogán forced to close part of the GC-500 for at least two months

The Municipal Town Hall of Mogán are being required to close the GC-500 coastal road, linking Arguineguín with Patalavaca to traffic, starting on Monday, November 6, due to new Works Inspection requirements. The closure is to be maintained for at least two months, until the completion of works between kilometre 28.8 (the whale’s tail roundabout) and kilometre 29.92 (Patalavaca roundabout). Traffic is to be diverted along the GC-1 main motorway. The closure of the road, which the town hall points out is approved by the Cabildo of Gran Canaria, is to take place after new demands were issued by the...

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More Saharan dust and heat expected Friday and Saturday on Gran Canaria

This has been the warmest October on record for 30 years, and it looks like the end of October heat wave is not yet ready to leave the Canaries, with the next few days expected to remain hot and dusty. The prediction from the Spanish State Meteorological Agency (AEMET) indicates that the Saharan dust suspended in the air over the last few days will continue through to at least Friday, October 27, with the afternoon expected to be particularly intense. The general forecast for the last Friday of October indicates that the skies will be cloudy and the heat will predominate...

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Four men arrested, suspected of gang-raping a drunken tourist last year

The Judicial Police Team (EPJ) and the Guardia Civil of Puerto Rico-Mogán, have this week detained four men with the initials ME, AA, IY and BA, aged between 26 and 32, as the suspected perpetrators of a heinous sexual assault and abuse carried out in the early hours of December 26, 2016 at a southern shopping and leisure centre on Gran Canaria . The investigation began as a result of the victim’s report of a crime, filed the same day, stating that an individual had raped her, after driving her to the back of a public place. After that first attack, a second man stood behind her and holding her tightly also tried to rape her, but the victim managed to keep up an intense struggle until she was able to flee. The investigators initiated an investigation based on the victim´s own statement; leading them to obtain security recordings that could verify her version of events. However, they discovered that the reality was quite different from that reported by the victim. The study and analysis of security recordings revealed that the victim had borne a far greater burden than she had believed, as that night five men had sexually assaulted her. The investigators have discovered evidence that the first aggressor isolated the victim, who was in a serious state of diminished physical abilities due to excessive consumption of alcohol and that despite expressing their negative and firm opposition to having sexual relations, he forced...

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Gran Canaria Weather: High temperatures return with more desert dust

Summer just does not want to leave the island of Gran Canaria. After a few days of temperatures having returned to seasonal norms, with some weak and occasional autumn rains, mainly on the north of the island, the hot weather and Saharan calima dusts are set to return to the islands this week. From Tuesday a mid-Atlantic storm expected over the Azores, looks likely to pull a mixture of humidity from the Mediterranean and then Saharan dust from our nearest desert neighbours that looks set to push thermometers up towards an unseasonal 29˚C in the shade, according to the Spanish State...

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