Archive for: July, 2016

Caution still the byword

THE currency market may not sound exciting to the general public, but it has certainly been active over the last week, with the Pound still experiencing volatility against the major currencies. At the beginning of last week, sterling regained a little ground with the speedy announcement of new British Prime Minister Theresa May travelling to […]

Rescuing new-born kittens

Cats Welfare news THE kitten season here in Tenerife goes on and on because of our warm climate. And female cats can give birth all year round. But Tenerife’s main season runs from Easter until around October. During this period, it is not unusual for nests of unattended kittens to be spotted, or just one […]

Ronnie’s a cut above!

Accion del Sol news WITH the hot summer days now upon us, this little dog, Ronnie – adopted three years ago by Trevor and Rosie Bull – is walking tall! They are special, caring owners, who trawled the Internet and found these special booties to prevent Ronnie’s delicate pads from burning on the hot pavements. […]

‘Banned’ drug leads to a deadly warning

THE shocking death of his father has prompted Irishman Derek Smyth to warn Brits and Irish living in Spain, or the Canaries, to pay particular attention to any drugs they have been prescribed. Derek spoke to Canarian Weekly this week from his home in Australia. His father, 66-year-old William – known as Billy – from […]

Los Cris Stab Shock

TWO British men were rushed to hospital on Sunday night after suffering horrific stab wounds following an argument in Los Cristianos, which turned violent. At around 10.15pm a brief, heated row between three men over an ex-partner of one of the assailants on Avenida San Francisco turned into a street brawl. It is understood that […]

New Bond star? Idris gives himself the Elba

NEW reports suggest that the next James Bond film will not be in cinemas until 2018 – because producer Barbara Broccoli is concentrating on other projects. So says The Sun newspaper, which also claims she wants 007 to be played by Daniel Craig again. “Barbara is not going to be rushed into a Bond and […]

No whey – Jose!

FULL dairy inspections will begin in September to determine whether there is fraud being committed by some farmers of the Islands. Santiago Reyes, representing the Association of Cattlemen of Gran Canaria, said it is widely believed that some farms have been using cheap milk powder, imported from outside the EU, for cheese-making. His comments came […]

Ellen cheers Oscars

ELLEN DeGeneres, the actress and presenter whose voice is employed by the lead character in Pixar animation Finding Dory, has praised the Oscars for diversifying its membership. Nearly 700 people have been asked to join the Academy after a race row, and Ellen said: “It’s always amazing to me that it has taken this long […]

Gay website follower denies four murders

STEPHEN Port, a 41-year-old man accused of drugging and murdering four men, has now been charged with attacking eight others. He was initially charged with four counts of administering a poison, and four of murder, in relation to four men he met on gay websites. But it can now be reported that he has also […]

Rocking up to the Hard Rock Hotel

THERE will be a grand, official, opening party for the eagerly-awaited Hard Rock Hotel later this year. The 10th December bash to herald the Costa Adeje hotel will feature some “old-skool” favourite acts. Earlier this week, parent company Hard Rock International welcomed guests to Covent Garden’s trendy Ice Tank club to announce a few more […]

Search Archive

Search by Date
Search by Category
Search with Google


Log in | Designed by SortedSites