Archive for: April, 2014

A sizzler for summer!

TROPAEOLUM, known commonly as Garden Nasturtium, are one of the easiest plants to grow and give a real splash of colour throughout the summer. They are called Nasturtium because they have peppery-tasting leaves and are similar to Nasturtium officinale, which is, in fact, Watercress! Although the Tropaeoalum are the only family in this genus, there […]


WHEN choosing the perfect colour tone for your hair, stylists tend to look at more than just the colour you want. We look beyond what you think may suit you .because we want to ensure that colour isn’t going to clash with certain things about you – and that it will complement everything about you. […]


HIGH STREET group French Collection last week launched #canthelpmyselfie in its Regent Street store. The increase of people taking and sharing selfies has increased in recent months, and the group is cashing in on the idea. In the London store, as well as five others, including Oxford Street, Bluewater, Manchester and Newcastle, the concept will […]

The bullied schoolkids who just cannot forget

BULLIED children can still experience negative effects on their physical and mental health more than 40 years later. A study by King’s College London researchers tracked 7,771 children born in 1958, from the age of seven until 50. Those bullied frequently as children were at an increased risk of depression and anxiety, and they were […]

Just quackers over Qashqai

IT is said that the hallmark of being a successful car-maker is to remodel your best-selling car … and receive even more accolades than before. And that’s exactly what Nissan have achieved with their supreme crossover Qashqai, which is a triumph indebted again to its home-grown expertise. It is built in Sunderland, designed in London […]

Tenerife’s true grit

CD Tenerife 3 Numancia 2 THIS season’s adventure is fast turning into, as fans of Blackpool use to sing, “The Best Trip We’ve Ever Been On!” Make no mistake, CD Tenerife are on a promotion charge – and I’m not talking about the play-offs! Sunday’s hard-fought victory over a spirited Numancia showed Tenerife’s character as […]

Premier League Preview

AS Queen once sang, Another One Bites The Dust, and this time it is high-profile David Moyes, who has been sacked by Man Utd. As the United fans celebrate, all other football fans are lamenting the decision after watching them falter so much under the guidance of Moyes. Evergreen Ryan Giggs takes temporary charge, and […]

Animal cruelty exposed again

Accion del Sol news THIS German Shepherd was found wandering the streets of Chayofa in a bad state. It was severely malnourished, with diarrhoea and ears damaged by flies. We have already begun medical treatment, and if anyone recognises this dog, please contact the refuge on the number below. Accion has again experienced an influx […]

Surprise, surprise, South Hospital delayed – again!

IT’S the news nobody in the South wanted to hear… but everybody was probably expecting it just the same. The opening of the new hospital at El Mojon has been delayed for the umpteenth time, despite recent promises from the Cabildo. A number of dignitaries, including Canaries Government President Paulino Rivero and Cabildo President Carlos […]

South airport must be upgraded to boost the economy, says Mayor

GRANADILLA Mayor Jaime González Cejas has stressed the need for major improvements at the South’s Reina Sofia airport to help boost the economy. But he believes that the Cabildo and Canary Island Government are both content to keep it on the back-burner. Cejas feels the airport needs “significant” investment to improve its services because, he […]

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