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BRITISH Prime Minister Theresa May has sent an uplifting  message to Britons living in Tenerife, and in the rest of Europe, about her victorious fight for an EU guarantee that all expats will have protected rights regarding Brexit. Mrs May writes: 2 or 3-line drop quote mark FROM the very beginning of the UK’s negotiations […]

Tenerife mini-quake quartet not noticed

FOUR mini-earthquakes, situated around Teide,and all with very low intensity, have been registered by the National Geographic Institute ((IGN). The first Tenerife tremor occurred on Wednesday night, at 11.23pm in Guia de Isora, with a magnitude of 1.5 and a depth of 14 kilometres. Just one minute later, another tremor was registered in Vilaflor with […]

Elio, Elio, Elio, what’s all this?

IS it a bird, is it a plane? No, it’s Elio Doro the elephant, CD Tenerife’s new mascot, but it has left fans bemused and confused. The Santa Cruz home of CD Tenerife is the Heliodoro Stadium, and this has sparked the half-baked name. Maybe fans will take him to heart, but it will be […]

Giving it all away

By Colin Kirby Sporting Gijon 3 CD Tenerife 0 TASTELESS ties and novelty socks would be preferable to Tenerife’s pre-Christmas present to their fans because this defeat brought back all the old problems on to centre stage. What had the team learned from the previous week’s 3-0 home win over Reus? Nothing, apparently. Juan Carlos […]

Delays to Brexit talks unsettle pound Sterling

STAYING on top of the latest currency news can help you time your transfers more effectively, so find out what you should be looking out for, over the next couple of weeks. It’s been a volatile two weeks for the pound, with markets having plenty to react to. GBP/EUR struck a high of 1.1491 euros, […]

1m-euro facelift for sport-centre

AT last, after years of neglect, Arona’s municipal sports complex in Los Cristiano, including the 50m swimming pool, has received the go-ahead for a complete facelift. The Olympic-size, outdoor pool attracts many swimming clubs from all over Europe, especially in the winter months, for competition training. The complex was built over 30 years ago and […]

Taiwan conmen are sent home by Spain

CHINA’S request to extradite 121 Taiwanese conmen has been given the green light by the Spanish National Court. The decision follows the arrest of 269 people in connection with an elaborate telephone scam, which swindled working-class people in China out of an estimated total of 16 million euros. The gang had offices in Madrid, Barcelona […]

Emergency Services will welcome drones

SANTA Cruz Mayor José Manuel Bermúdez Deputy Mayor Zaida González, responsible for Public Security, have revealed that the borough’s new “Drones Unit” will soon be in operation. They will be a great asset to the Emergency Services because they can be used in many circumstances, including land and coastline rescues, throughout the Canaries. The unit, […]

Did Russians ‘interfere’ in Catalans’ huge vote?

A BRITISH Parliamentary Committee, which has launched an inquiry into the “fake news” phenomenon, will hear testimonies into how Russian entities interfered in Catalonia’s independence referendum. The investigation is being carried out by the UK Government’s Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee, chaired by Conservative MP Damian Collins. Its aim is to uncover how so-called […]

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