Archive for: December, 2010

News in Brief

Special jobs for special people Cabildo de Tenerife last Tuesday participated in the final day of the CERES Project (Qualification, Employment and Social Networking), which was launched back in December 2008, whose aim has been to improve the employability of those groups who have difficulty fitting in the work place. Two years later, 40 percent […]

News in Brief

The Swallows fly North for a day THERE was a fantastic 87-strong turn-out of Swallows for their annual Christmas outing, from Los Cristianos up to El Monasterio, Puerto de la Cruz, for dinner last Wednesday. After stopping on the way at Al Campo for a spot of retail therapy, they made their way on to […]

Strikers score at CDT!

It was a strange decision at the time and one that would prove to be rather premature. The referees had made their way to Madrid, as requested, on Saturday lunchtime, and Granada’s players were prepared for their flight from Malaga airport. But by 1pm, there was no sign of the strike ending and the League’s […]

TITSA presents its new corporate image

The public transport company in Tenerife will pursue actions that will change the shape of their global strategy, not only through modernization of its current image with a new logo. Will also launch a comprehensive plan of improvements related to the issues of concern to its customers: the frequency, timeliness and security in the buses […]

General strike imminent

Toxo explained at the doors of Congress, the unions will gather hundreds of thousands of signatures before the end of March to amend the labour reform approved by Parliament. The general secretaries of the CCOO and UGT, after recording the ILP, megaphone in hand went to more than a hundred people carrying banners against the […]

Hospitality stress

Back, neck and wrists, back pain, slipped discs, varicose veins, anemia, stress, are the most common injuries from work.  This problem is exacerbated by the current situation of cuts in the staffing of the workplace. Carmen Marrero, Ministry of Health and Labour Canary CCOO, criticises the lack of measures to eliminate and / or minimise […]

Ice skating in Plaza de Espa�a

The mayor of Santa Cruz, Miguel Zerolo, explained that "This is a novel initiative for Santa Cruz. We are hoping to revitalise business, tourism and leisure in the municipality, especially during the festive Christmas season. The aim of the Island of Ice initiative is to attract the thousands of people from the island to Santa […]

Pensions, health and benefits in Spain

The event was attended by nearly 100 people, and proved very informative. CE Has been around for over 15 years and it’s aim is to help people integrate into Canarian LIFE. If you become a member it entitles you and your family access to a wide range of services and a regular newsletter. The next […]

Little Yahaira sings out for the Fat Man

It will be the third time she has been involved with Spain’s biggest lottery draw, which marks the start of the festive season. The winning numbers are drawn and sung out by pupils of Madrid’s San Ildefonso primary school, which was once an orphanage and has always been home to the children who make the […]


The Spanish press reported that Wikileaks learnt that King Juan Carlos was well-disposed towards the United States and a formidable ally but would always do what he saw as best for Spain, according to Eduardo Aguirre during his time as Spanish ambassador. The president, Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero was an astute politician of surprising ability, […]

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