Archive for: January, 2018

Our dogs need homes!

Accion del Sol news WE have more than 200 dogs at the refuge, from the municipalities of Arona, Granadilla, Guia de Isora and Candalaria, all looking for new, loving homes. Many of the dogs arrive in extremely-bad condition, and without microchips, so we are unable to contact their owners. Please do think carefully before taking […]


K9 animal news “HELLO, my name is Heidi. Can you believe I have been waiting at K9 for six years, for my forever home? “The lovely people who look after me do not understand why. I am an affectionate and friendly girl, and love going out on walks, especially if treats are involved! And I […]

Dog of the week – Leon

Live Arico news LEON is only five-months-old, and finds himself in need of a home; not the best start in life! Can you turn his life around? Send a WhatsApp to Eugenio on 633 717480 for more information. Adopt, don’t buy! Suzy’s leaving party Just WOW! Suzy’s leaving party turned into a carnival-type evening, as […]

Tasers to take sting out of Arona crime

THE long arm of the law has just got a little longer in Arona… seven metres to be precise! That’s the distance two immobiliser darts can be shot from the five new taser guns Arona Local Police have added to their crime-control armoury. For the last month, 49 officers from various units of the Arona […]

Spanish King’s business fillip!

KING Felipe VI has told leaders at the World Economic Forum to continue investing in Spain because it is a “great country”, despite the ongoing Catalan saga. “My intention is to reinforce this idea, and help brush away the remaining doubts you may still have,” he told a packed audience at the Davos summit. The […]

No more bridge of sighs!

WORK on the new Los Cristianos bridge, in Avenida Chayofita, will start during the next week or so, and will replace the two existing bridges, One of the bridges will be demolished shortly, because of its unsafe design and structure, while the other is old and needs to be renovated fully. An Arona Council statement […]

Big concern for frontline home-owners of Medano

THE Costas department, which protects the coastlines across Spain, has begun procedures to regain 3,208 linear metres of El Medano’s coastline in Granadilla. A 19-page report has been published, and 92 properties in the area, including communities and a hotel, which stretches from the pier to La Pelada beach, will be affected. The owners of […]

Nissan steering new brainwave

TECHNOLOGY, enabling cars to be driven using brain-waves, has been showcased in Las Vegas, and car-maker Nissan is right on the ball. The Japanese company, which has a factory in Barcelona and one in Avila, is now developing “brain-to-vehicle technology”, and has premiered the concept at the Consumer Electronics Show. A head device monitors brain-waves […]

Plea for probe into 2008 plane horror

MORE than 6,000 people have signed a petition for a full investigation into Spanair flight JK5022, which crashed during take-off in Madrid to Gran Canaria’s Las Palmas airport in August 2008, killing 154 people. Spanish authorities are yet to open an inquiry into the disaster, one of the worst in the country’s aviation history, with […]

Terror Tara’s putting an end to the rat pack

A LOCAL female in County Durham is, single-handedly, biting into a community’s rat infestation by hunting them… all by herself! Her master, Adrian Oliver, is on a mission to rid a housing estate, near Gilesgate, of its long-standing rodent problem, by employing his nippy terrier, Tara. The sight of rats has left parents fearing for […]

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