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ADEJE officials have unveiled plans for their new, town-centre car park, and others in the borough, which are all part of a general improvement scheme, costing over 18 million euros. The main car park will create more than 1,000 new spaces, and, included in the overall expense, is an upgrade to a number of roads […]

How does your insurance company value your car after a total loss?

GOD forbid this should happen to you, but if your vehicle is treated as a total loss (also know as a “write-off”), it is because the cost for the repair is higher than 75% of the actual cash value of the vehicle, or it has sustained so much damage, making it unsafe and not roadworthy. […]

Political uncertainties help GBP/EUR stand firm

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. While the pound has been struggling against a number of the majors in recent weeks, the British currency has proven resilient against the […]

Judge disagrees with the Supreme Court

By Mariano Zunino I HAVE referred to the recent Supreme Court ruling, previously, that mortgage taxes must be paid by the bank, following its 15th March judgement. Technically, it refers to Transfer Tax and Stamp Duty, while other costs are to be divided between client and bank. Despite this ruling, however, one Instance Court recently […]

Helping Hand for Aaron’s courageous battle for life!

AARON, a 12-year-old boy, has been fighting a daily battle against Duchennes Muscular Dystrophy ( DMD) for the past seven years. It is a muscle-wasting disease, with no known cure, and it affects boys, mainly. That’s because the body does not produce dytstophin, a large protein which is vital to maintain muscle, and slows the […]

A happy ending!

Accion del Sol news A FEW weeks ago, a lovely couple, holidaying in Tenerife, found a dog abandoned on the streets of Arona. They called the police, and the dog was collected by Protection Civil and taken to our refuge. The couple later visited to see how the dog was recovering. They fell in love […]

Dog of the week!

Live Arico news KIKO hasn’t had the easiest start in life, but he is keen to show just how loving and affectionate he can truly be! He loves the outdoors, and nothing more than playing with a ball. This beautiful boy deserves a second chance, and a home for life. Could it be yours? Upcoming […]

Bull-run bullies cause a seizure

FOOTAGE has captured festival-goers mistreating a bull, as it appeared to suffer a seizure during a festival in Eastern Spain. The half-tonne animal grazed its horns along the tarmac as it struggled to find its feet during the traditional “bou al carrer” bull-run, in Villa Real, Valencia. The bull was running along the designated path […]

Terrorist fanatics hit rock-bottom!

ISIS fanatics have, horrifically, threatened to behead Spain’s superstar footballers Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo at next month’s World Cup in Russia. They have used a series of distressing posters, and one photo-shopped image shows the Barcelona and Real Madrid stars being pinned down by jihadists, armed with knives, on a packed stadium’s pitch. The […]

Loro Park Foundation banishes parrot worry

LORO Parque Foundation, thanks to its conservation efforts, has saved nine parrot species from imminent, total extinction. Since its 1994 creation, the Foundation has spent more than $18,000,000 (15m euros) supporting conservation projects for endangered species. The change of “threat” category in many of these nine parrot species is a worldwide environmental conservation success, which […]

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