Archive for: September, 2018

Activate a fitness regime, and make the most of it!

BAOBAB Suites, an independent 5-star hotel, here in the south, hosted an event in conjunction with the private Activate Sports Club, at Siam Mall, and named it SIAMNERGÍZATE. It was held over three days, to publicise the sports centre, based at Baobab Suites, from 15th-17th September. They were letting residents in the south know all […]

Brexit ‘Impasse’ warning dragging GBP/EUR down

THE pound has been on a rollercoaster ride over recent weeks, with steady gains against the euro and US dollar, giving way to heavy losses because of Brexit anxieties. Overall, the GBP/EUR exchange rate has remained at 1.11 euros over the last fortnight. The pairing rose to 1.12, but lost this on a fresh, Brexit […]

Microchips so vital

Accion del Sol news WE can never stress enough the importance of having your dog microchipped. We constantly have dogs arriving at the refuge either without chips, or, if they do have them, they contain out-of-date contact information. This means that it is extremely difficult to trace their owners. Please ensure your dog has a […]

Help for Renee

Live Arico news POOR Renee was a stray and was hit by a car. She suffered terrible injuries; two of her legs have multiple breaks, and she has undergone major surgery. She didn’t have a microchip and no one has claimed her, which means she is in our care. As soon as she is well […]

A handsome little chap!

Cats Welfare news THIS little boy is the remaining kitten of the five that were found in someone’s garden, last weekend. All his siblings have been adopted, so he’s now all alone! He is seven weeks old, and has huge blue eyes. If you would like to meet him, please send us a Facebook private […]

Spanish golfer Barquin is murdered at US campus

TALENTED Spanish golfer Celia Barquin Arozamen was found dead in the pond of her American university campus, near central Iowa, last week She is believed to have been killed by a 22-year-old “drifter”, Collin Daniel Richards, who has a violent criminal history, been charged with first-degree murder. Her body was found in a pond at […]

The feast of music, dance and heaven! 

THE third Mayantigo Fest, in Costa Adeje’s Plaza Salytien, takes place tomorrow (Saturday) and Sunday, offering visitors “a little bit of heaven” over the weekend. There will be traditional music and dance from Adeje and other towns here and abroad. The weekend event promises a fantastic mix of light and colour, dance and rhythms, bringing […]

Chickens avoid roasting!

THE fire services were called out on Wednesday night to douse flames at some chicken coops in Tegueste, Lanzarote. Local Police, patrolling the area, spotted the blaze on a road connecting Nazaret to Famara, in the Teleclub vicinity. They alerted the fire brigade because they were concerned that this particular area housed several chicken and […]

Trying it on with your customers?

A REGIONAL government in Spain has proposed making fashion retailers charge a fee for customers, who want to try on their clothes. It is bidding to stamp out the unethical shoppers’ business of checking items out for fit, and then buying them more cheaply online. María del Pilar del Olmo, Castilla y León’s Economy and […]

Child’s car death sparks  a warning about ‘tablets’

A GIRL aged three died from head injuries last Monday, after banging her head against the screen of the tablet she was playing on. The unnamed child was said to have been in a child’s car seat, strapped in with an “Isofix safety system. But her mother had driven into the back of a bus, […]

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