#RemoveTheFences: Reopen Tauro Beach!

Two months since this publication started to call for removal of the fences

#RemoveTheFences: Reopen Tauro Beach!

Police “neutralise” Las Palmas man with axe 

National Police agents “neutralised” a man on Wednesday May 17th, who was wandering

Police “neutralise” Las Palmas man with axe 

The Land Law adapted for residential reality

The controversial Canary Islands Land Law is to be adapted to consolidate

The Land Law adapted for residential reality

Gran Canaria’s record tourist expenditure

Gran Canaria saw its highest recorded first quarter tourist spending in history 

Gran Canaria’s record tourist expenditure

The Canary Weekend Tips 19-21 May’17

The hot weather this week looks set to continue in to the weekend, and there are lots

The Canary Weekend Tips 19-21 May’17

Int’l SPAR Congress Gran Canaria

Nearly 400 SPAR delegates from around the world have come to the island

Int’l SPAR Congress Gran Canaria

“Miss Summer International” pageant

San Bartolomé de Tirajana will play host to the parading of more than 15 young women 

“Miss Summer International” pageant

Mogán Council close and fine four bars

In Mogán town hall on Tuesday an “extraordinary and urgent” plenary council session

Mogán Council close and fine four bars

The Saint: Las Palmas V Barcalona

    14/5/17 Las Palmas entertain the mighty Barça for their last home game of the season.

The Saint: Las Palmas V Barcalona

€3.7 million for the GC-500 boulevard

San Bartolomé de Tirajana and the Canarian Development Fund, FDCAN, have agreed

€3.7 million for the GC-500 boulevard

Events: Motor Grande & Puerto Rico Fiestas

Motor Grande & Puerto Rico de Gran Canaria, in the municipality of Mogán, are having

Events: Motor Grande & Puerto Rico Fiestas

British man drowned in Playa del Inglés

At 13:29 on the afternoon of Friday 12 May an alert was received at the 112 Emergency 

British man drowned in Playa del Inglés

83 kilos of fish and 900 sea cucumbers

Agents of the Government of the Canary Islands Fisheries Inspection Service have denounced

83 kilos of fish and 900 sea cucumbers

The Canary Weekend Tips 5-7 May’17

First weekend in May ahead with plenty of events, fiestas and groovy happenings

The Canary Weekend Tips 5-7 May’17

Canarian Government plan sugar & pastry tax

The Canary Islands government are to create a tax that will tax sugary drinks

Canarian Government plan sugar & pastry tax

Spar Natural open 2nd organic supermarket

SPAR Natural, the ecological and health food supermarket, have opened their second 

Spar Natural open 2nd organic supermarket

€47,000 for reasphalting in Arguineguín

Mogán town hall has reported that they are spending more than €47,000 

€47,000 for reasphalting in Arguineguín

The Canary Awards – May 6th, Puerto Rico

60 Businesses, Community Organisations and Individuals were shortlisted by English speakers

The Canary Awards – May 6th, Puerto Rico

The Canary Weekend Tips 28-30 April’17

Long weekend ahead … again, with Monday May 1st being a day off.  Labour Day

The Canary Weekend Tips 28-30 April’17

€11 million needed for Costa Mogán walkway

The Cabildo de Gran Canaria has urged the Government of Spain to include

€11 million needed for Costa Mogán walkway

Circus Animals -Cruelty or Entertainment?

Stop Circos Canarias plan to demonstrate this Saturday 22nd

Circus Animals -Cruelty or Entertainment?

The Canary Weekend Tips 21-23 April 2017

A busy April weekend ahead with many big events going on. In Las Palmas

The Canary Weekend Tips 21-23 April 2017

The new €50 banknote in circulation

The new €50 bank note, the fourth in the Europa series, came in to circulation on 4 April.

The new €50 banknote in circulation

Events: Gloria Challenge Mogán – Gran Canaria 22 April

Mogán is hosting it’s second International Triathlon Challenge

Events: Gloria Challenge Mogán – Gran Canaria 22 April

Investigation in to bus overtaking cyclists

The driver of a public transport Global Bus was filmed overtaking a group of cyclists

Investigation in to bus overtaking cyclists

Guardia Civil remove Tauro Beach bathers

The Guardia Civil have, according to reports this Friday morning, removed around 200 people 

Guardia Civil remove Tauro Beach bathers

Canary Islands rents rose more than 6%

Rental properties in the Canary Islands, in March, averaged 94 square meters costing 

Canary Islands rents rose more than 6%

More human remains found from civil war

Archaeologists have found human remains in the Tenoya Well on Gran Canaria

More human remains found from civil war

Cabildo’s ‘Transforma Gran Canaria 2017’

Cabildo de Gran Canaria has presented and launched an ambitious plan they’re calling ‘Transforma

Cabildo’s ‘Transforma Gran Canaria 2017’