Archive for: June, 2011

Oasis Fm & Canarian Weekly Golf Tournament 2011

What’s On Tenerife July 2011

Whats On in Tenerife from the tourist board.

The deadly dangers of leaving a dog alone in a baking-hot car

ACCION del Sol have issued a reminder to dog-owners about the dangers of leaving their pets in unattended cars, especially with the weather back to its hottest now. Marion Fernandez, who runs the Aktiontier-sponsored refuge, warns: “The inside of a car can get very hot, very quickly. If you leave your dog in the car, […]

Live Arico update 24.06.2011

Our thanks to… All involved in Saturday’s fund-raiser at Oliver’s, Los Cristianos. We raised 512 euros, much of which came from a miniature charity shop “Outlet”, selling designer gear and bling to the many people in attendance. Thanks to our hard-working shop volunteers Trish, Siobhan, Denise, Maureen and Bren. The owners and staff worked so […]

Bold mothers get them out to prove that breast is best

THE number of new mums throughout the UK who start breastfeeding is on the rise, with more than eight out of 10 new-borns reaping the benefits. The 2010 data, revealed by the NHS Information Centre, shows an impressive increase from six out of 10 babies breastfed 20 years ago. Yet the report follows the revelation […]

MS sufferers would trim welfare bill if they were given more jobs

MOST multiple sclerosis sufferers in Britain who want to work could find jobs if more action was taken to help them. Yet they are missing out on an estimated 18 years of their working lives, according to a report by the Work Foundation. The Foundation called on the Government, employers and healthcare professionals to address […]

Professor highlights problem of declining mental health doctors

A LEADING psychiatrist has warned of the “massive problem” of the depleting numbers of mental health doctors. Professor Dinesh Bhugra, outgoing president of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, told the Guardian that not enough British doctors were training as psychiatrists while visa restrictions meant foreign doctors could no longer fill the gap. He said 14% […]

You can’t beat a tasty chicken salad

THE sun is shining, the kids are off school over here for the next three months, and the beckons. So mum just knows it’s picnic time again. Either that or she spends a fortune in cafes trying to please her offspring with cold drinks and ice creams! So, what to give them because they certainly […]

Would your home look better with facelift?

IN many complexes originally sold some years ago, the properties were supplied already furnished, and this furniture was of excellent quality. Good examples can be found in the Parque Santiago complexes, Tenerife Royal Gardens, Royal Palm and Port Royale, among others. I have visited many apartments recently where the sofa furnishings (sofas, curtains, bed covers, […]

Fly into Fuerteventura – with the wind beneath your wings

FUERTEVENTURA, second only in size to Tenerife and oldest of the Canary Islands at 20 million years of age, is famed for being a really windy place. It has 152 beaches, some of which are beautiful, white and sandy while others are covered with dark volcanic pebbles. And naturally, the sandy beaches are a target […]

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