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Archive for: September, 2015

Having whale of a time with dolphins

TENERIFE is famous for a number of things: the climate, Mount Teide and the whales and dolphins, to name a few. We are so lucky here because we live in one of a few places in which you will find both whales and dolphins in their natural habitat. The sea temperatures and depths, which are […]

Pelle’s lucky 13 for Saints

IT’S getting even harder to be an Oasis Fm Fantasy League manager. Players whom nobody had really considered to are coming good each week, with decent points’ hauls, and the majority of the superstars are still under-performing. Goals in this game score the most points, and many teams are loaded with expensive strikers. That means […]

A-team plan comes together

THE last couple of seasons have seen Division One in the Direct Telecom Pool League more or less become a monopoly between two teams. but this year the gap seems to have closed. This is being demonstrated admirably by Dreamers A, who  normally start slowly. But this time around they are on fire. On Tuesday, […]

Suso shows the way

Llagostera 0 CD Tenerife 2 IT wasn’t pretty … but boy, was it needed! Two fine second-half goals from Suso gave Tenerife a first away win since March, and their first three points of the season. It was a poor first half from both sides and the knives were being sharpened for manager Raul Agne, […]

The A-Z of healthy living

A – Alcohol: A little is fine, even beneficial. A glass of wine or beer every now and then will do you no harm at all. But moderation is crucial with alcohol. Bear in mind that alcohol is largely made up of sugar, and even a small glass of wine is around 150 calories, with […]

 iPads can damage toddlers

A PSYCHOLOGIST believes that allowing toddlers to play on  iPads  is tantamount to child abuse because it is “playing Russian roulette” with their development. Dr Richard House warned that devices such as tablets are “unnecessary, inappropriate and harmful” for young children. The doctor, a former senior lecturer in early childhood at Winchester University, is adamant: […]

LONDON’S FASHIONISTAS

YOU have to hand it the Brits. When it comes to pulling out all the stops, fashion-wise, they do it so well, and London has always been one of THE fashion capitals of the world. It still holds its ground among the likes of New York, Paris and Milan when it comes to showing what […]

Senior Style

“WE don’t want you to look like a grandma,” is what one of my clients told me this week after repeating a conversation she’d had with her grandchildren. So I asked: “What is it they didn’t want you to do with your hair?” The answer was to go grey, or to have a perm. So […]

Martini’s great eight to savour

Martini 1 restaurant , Las Americas YOU always anticipate a genuine feast when you visit one of Martini’s eight restaurants here in the south. And so you should because the food, the service and the ambience are all first-class. We were recently invited to dine in the original Martini restaurant, next to the chemist, close […]

The brotherhood of bands

REGULAR readers will be aware that for the last few weeks, the entertainment page has been focused on the Tenerife Entertainment Awards. And more recently, the nominees’ specific subject has provided the content. This coming week (ending on 1st Oct) is the final period for voting, so it’s a last chance to do your bit […]

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