59 migrants rescued, including a baby

The Salvamento Maritimo (Maritime Rescue) managed to save 59 people last Thursday

59 migrants rescued, including a baby

Newsbrief: End of high EU roaming charges in sight, to begin June 2017

A European Union political agreement between the representatives of the European Parliament, the European Council and the European Commission has been announced as a final achievement that looks set to finally make proposals for the so-called “roam-like-at-home” project start working as of 15 June 2017

€650,000+ investment for Port of Arguineguín

Vice-President of the Canary Island government and the councillor of public works

€650,000+ investment for Port of Arguineguín

Cabildo allocate €8m for Metroguagua

The president of the Cabildo of Gran Canaria, Antonio Morales has announced

Cabildo allocate €8m for Metroguagua

Orange €2.6 million fiber optics plan in SBT

The mobile network operator Orange España has begun deployment of a state-of-the-art fiber

Orange €2.6 million fiber optics plan in SBT

EU Brexit negotiater Guy Verhofstadt

Fernando Clavijo, President of the Canary Islands Government, and Pedro Ortega, Minister

EU Brexit negotiater Guy Verhofstadt

Gran Canaria’s best ever tourist numbers

After receiving over 4.2 million visitors in 2016, Gran Canaria officially recorded

Gran Canaria’s best ever tourist numbers

2017 Carnival of Love Flower Power – February Print Edition

Download (PDF) Your February look at Gran Canaria

2017 Carnival of Love Flower Power – February Print Edition

Lopesan plan yet one more shopping centre

Lopesan Group, the largest native hotel chain on Gran Canaria, have said

Lopesan plan yet one more shopping centre

14 projects to be considered strategic

The Canary Islands Government Committee for Investment and Strategic Projects

14 projects to be considered strategic

Gran Canaria Cabildo buildings go green

The Cabildo de Gran Canaria and Endesa (the largest electric utility company in Spain

Gran Canaria Cabildo buildings go green

International Tourism Fair FITUR 2017

FITUR, The International tourism trade fair, touted as the global meeting point

International Tourism Fair FITUR 2017

The Canary Weekend Tips 20-22.01.2017

The almond trees are blossoming up in the mountains and the start of year sales

The Canary Weekend Tips 20-22.01.2017

Views: Understanding Western Sahara

Our nearest African neighbour is the disputed and occupied territory of Western Sahara

Views: Understanding Western Sahara

The oldest slave burial site in the Atlantic

During the 16th century, fourteen men and women were buried in a strange manner

The oldest slave burial site in the Atlantic

Taxi drivers protest unlicensed transfers

Several hundred taxi drivers from eight associations around the island of Gran Canaria

Taxi drivers protest unlicensed transfers

Executive tourism training, Maspalomas

The Hispanic American College (HAC) of New York are to hold a senior managerial course

Executive tourism training, Maspalomas

Mogán presents El Perchel project

The Town Council of Mogán recently presented the proposals to rehabilitate El Perchel

Mogán presents El Perchel project

Cabildo believes Perez accusations “insane”

  The Cabildo of Gran Canaria have described as “insane” accusations from the mayor

Cabildo believes Perez accusations “insane”

Siam Park project expected to go ahead

The Canary Islands Directorate General of Cultural Heritage have commissioned a second report

Siam Park project expected to go ahead

New desalination plant for Playa de Mogán

The newly inaugurated desalination plant in Playa de Mogán has a processing capacity 

New desalination plant for Playa de Mogán

President’s challenge:- Authorise water park

The President of the Cabildo de Gran Canaria, Antonio Morales, has hit back

President’s challenge:- Authorise water park

More parking planned for Arguineguín

The mayor of Mogán has signed an agreement with the Government of the Canary Islands

More parking planned for Arguineguín

Circus animals back in the capital

The caged circus animals, that several citizens had publicly complained should not be

Circus animals back in the capital

Chaos for the animals at Circo Kaos

Despite the City of Las Palmas this year having unanimously rejected, in September, circuses

Chaos for the animals at Circo Kaos

Spanish government delegate to Canaries

Mercedes Roldós is the new delegate of the Spanish Government in the Canary Islands.

Spanish government delegate to Canaries

125 years of Real Club de Golf de Las Palmas

On December 17, 1891, a group of amateur British golfers created Spain’s first ever golf course

125 years of Real Club de Golf de Las Palmas

Hospitales San Roque judged island’s best

San Roque Hospital Las Palmas has been judged as the tenth best private hospital

Hospitales San Roque judged island’s best

New Canary Islands Tourism Association

Adeje, Arona, Guia de Isora, San Bartolomé de Tirajana and Mogán received 47.5% 

New Canary Islands Tourism Association