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The Saint: Las Palmas V Celta Vigo

    16/10/17 – Images courtesy of After the last home match against Leganes, Las Palmas coach Manolo Marquez has become the third La Liga manager to leave his job this season, calling a surprise news conference on Tuesday 26th September to announce his resignation after losing four of the first six games of the campaign. Las Palmas were 15th in the League with six points. Marquez had never coached a top-flight side before landing the job in July after leading the club’s reserve team to promotion. Now the new coach is Pako Ayestaran,the man sacked last year...

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Invest in your health

SPONSORED POST:  Some people are mainly focused on the price when they look for a health insurance and they decide to contract the cheapest one, but… Watch Out! Inexpensive health insurances are available on the market at the time of contracting the policy, but as the person gets older the price of the policies drastically increases considering the change to a higher age bracket. ASSSA does not increase the price due to age, which means that the premium will remain the same age bracket that you contracted at the beginning. In the end you will pay a lower amount...

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The water supply in Mogán smells of chlorine!

“This is one of the many expressions that have been used by residents of El Horno neighborhood in recent days when they turn on a tap and get bleach instead of water,” say the opposition Partido Popular (PP) de Mogán on social networks, according to reports from Spanish language news portal “For weeks, the residents of this town in the Arguineguín ravine have been complaining about the amount of chlorine contained in the water supply,” they add. The opposition party, led locally by councilman Maicol Santana Araña, report that sanitary regulations for water meant for human consumption obliges...

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‘Ophelia’ the closest hurricane to the Canary Islands ever recorded

‘Ophelia’ has been named as the hurricane to come the closest ever to the Canary Islands since records began, say climatologists. The warm African winds currently over the archipelago may well have acted as a buffer that helped ensure ‘Ophelia’ did not come any closer, protecting us from its tail end. Some suspect that Ophelia herself was the cause of that hot air being sucked up from the African interior. The now level 2, Ophelia, will make her closest approach to the peninsular coasts of Spain and Portugal between Sunday afternoon and Monday morning, expected to generate winds of...

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The Canary – Guide – October 2017

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