Archive for: July, 2014

Another charity bonanza for Ingane Yami children

THE fifth Ingane Yami Golf Day, organised by Pearly Grey Ocean Club staff, attracted no fewer than 80 players to Golf Costa Adeje on Saturday. After months of preparation, it was pleasing to see the four-man team event produce a successful and enjoyable day of golf and fund-raising. A record total of 14,765 euros was […]

Neil so single-minded!

PALMS BAR in Torviscas hosted the end-of-season finals and Presentation Night for the Direct Telecom pool league this week. Eleven players battled it out to be crowned singles champion and the competition was fierce. Game of the night saw Hammers A team-mates Paul and Jambo locking horns. Jambo came through, only to be chinned by […]

Striker search continues

CD TENERIFE finally made a signing this week and, hopefully, he will like what he sees when he arrives on the Island. Jacobo Sanz, all 6ft 5in of him, will be our new No.1 goalie – here on a season-long loan from PAOK in Greece.  He replaces Ivan Crespo, who decided to return to the […]

Major US wine importer has eyes set on Tenerife

A TRADE delegation comprising representatives of US importer David Bowler Wines, and New York restaurateurs, arrived in Tenerife this week. The Americans are here to deepen their knowledge of wines produced in the Canarian Archipelago. The objective is to create new understandings, samplings and to introduce new producers to potential new clients in the US. […]

Fancy that! We all love to dress like movie stars

SANTA CRUZ last weekend staged the annual Summer-Con – the Canaries’ equivalent to Comic-Con, a worldwide convention on everything Sci-Fi. The most popular one is in San Diego, California. and the popular exhibition includes activities and demonstrations. There is also a host of stalls from which you can purchase merchandise and collectables relating to Sci-Fi […]


WHEN it comes to choosing a TV figure who has got it so right with her styling, I’d go for Kate Garraway any time. The ITV Good Morning presenter has the style and the colour so right for a woman of her age. It’s so easy to fall into the trap of keeping the same […]

Let’s go outside!

IT’S that time of year when we should all spend more time outside and make the most of our lovely climate. August is the month when lots of businesses are closed, the pace of life slows down a bit for many of us, and all of us should find time to chill out and enjoy […]

Still waters run deep

IT really is hotting up here in the Canaries, making gardening more and more impossible. And, just as in the UK winters, I tend to do less and less gardening in summer. Hubby and I have to pick a shady morning to do any last-minute cuts on the larger trees in our garden. It is […]

Let kids be just that!

A GOVERNMENT review into the sexualisation of children has led to the withdrawal of suggestive clothes for children from high street stores. Parents have been increasingly concerned about the marketing of clothes, which have included High School Musical-themed slogans and Playboy T-shirts with messages like Future Porn Star, padded bras and thongs. Yet it appears […]

Little Onyx is a real gem

Live Arico news WE are aware that there has been a pack of dogs in Aldea Blanca for some time – a bit like the Guaza mountain pack. They were probably friendly, loving pets at one time, but they are no longer sociable. The other week, we told you about one of them, a dog […]

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