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Archive for: September, 2014

Holdalls carry it off in style when men go for bags!

I SELDOM write about male fashion, but one up-and-coming trend for men is actually one to which most of us women can relate – and that is bags! Us women can have as many bags as possible, to match shoes, outfits … or just because it’s a bag. But “man bags” are a whole different […]

Hair… it is your jewel

DO you put on the same clothes every day? Do you always wear the same shoes night and day? Is your make-up routine always the same look? No? But you wear the same hair every day so why shouldn’t it look its best? A woman in a pair of jeans and a T-shirt can look […]

Raw peanuts may avert danger

ROASTED peanuts are more likely to trigger an allergic reaction than raw peanuts, according to an Oxford University study. Scientists say chemical changes caused by dry roasting processes may prime the body’s immune system – sparking future allergic reactions. But mice were the subject of their research – published in the Journal of Allergy and […]

Silencio’s hidden Greek treasure

THIS week we are featuring something completely different – a taste of the Mediterranean cuisine of the Greek isles. Taverna Lycos is a hidden gem situated on the main road of Costa del Silencio (details later), and it is well worth a visit. We arrive and are seated amid the traditional décor of what you […]

Duster’s polished job!

IT almost defies logic that a car-maker can offer a respectable-looking 4×4 for under 10 grand – and keep churning them out, to satisfy new buyers. But that’s exactly what Dacia, now the EU’s fastest-growing car manufacturer, have done. Well, to be strictly accurate, what The Renault Group have achieved since spotting the company’s potential […]

Tenerife’s Derby D-Day

Real Valladolid 2 CD Tenerife 1 SUNDAY’S win for Valladolid saw them move into second place, while Tenerife slipped into the relegation zone. It was hard to argue that the hosts didn’t deserve the win based on their first-half performance, but Tenerife were excellent after the break. With a bit of luck, they could have […]

A night of surprises

FRANKIE VALLI once sang Oh, What A Night, and I could think of nothing more appropriate to describe Tuesday’s games in the Direct Telecom Pool League. It really was a week that had everything: twists, turns, shocks … and a Spoon Squad win. In Division One, Gaffers A retained top spot, but their lead was […]

What on earth is going on?

Premier League preview CAN anybody shed any light on to what is going on in the Barclay’s Premier League because every week, the results are getting stranger and stranger. One thing is for sure: it is proof that this is one of the strongest leagues in the world. Those who spend the money and assemble […]

Family Church is jewel of the South

TENERIFE Family Church has a heart for the South of the Island and works tirelessly for the community. Whether it be helping people who are hungry homeless or suffering addictions, or those just in need of an ear to listen to them, the message from members is simple: “We are here.” They support the ‘SHE’ […]

Go walkies and raise funds

Accion del Sol news PLEASE take part in our next fund-raising event next Sunday (5th October), from 10am at the Granadilla-based AAccion refuge. We would love you to walk one of our homeless dogs from the sanctuary down to the sea – or you are welcome to bring your own pet. Then, after a cold […]

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