Wednesday, 13 December, 2017

Tag: canary islands

Emergency service personnel rushed to the Butterfly Disco Club in Adeje at about 2:30 am after four square metres of its floor gave way.

The request comes as a result of the perceived abuse of human rights and disregard for rules of due process in the so-called “Kokorev Case”. In February of this year, members of European Parliament expressed...

LA Palma has hit been shaken by HUNDREDS of earthquakes in the past few days, sparking fresh fears its active volcano is about to erupt.  A map released by the National Geographic Institute (NGI) shows...

THE EU has been urged to intervene in the case of a Spanish national and his son who have been held without charge for TWO years. Vladimir Kokorev 63, and his son Igor have been...

The conditions on the islands were ripe for an uprising

The alleged killer has known links to Mallorca and the Canary Islands

The film is expected to premiere next May

Researcher Dr Simon Day has predicted waves of up to 25 metres if there is a landslide in the Canary Islands

The heavy metal singer’s personal plane flew Terri the turtle to the Canary Islands
Ryanair made €1.70 billion in added extras

Lucas Marshall was billed €420 to check in to a flight back from the Canary Islands

Zoologists are now calling for tougher regulations for those found to be disposing of man-made PCBs into the seas

Tadeo Casañas came up with his plan after his small island of El Hierro in the Canaries went without rain in 1948

Andalucia, Valencia and Canary Islands a hit with expats relocation

An Italian woman is demanding nearly €500,000 in damages after a Spanish website published a naked photo of her on holiday

El Hierro ran solely on windpower for the first time

Spain's property firm Hispania has bought two hotels on Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands

The Iberian Penisular is still a favourite among French, Italian, English, German and even Spanish tourists themselves

Following the removal of bullfighting from France’s ‘intangible cultural heritage’, we wonder if Spain would ever follow suit

The bodies of the mother and two young daughters who died in the Gibraltar ‘murder suicide’ have been cremated and flown to the Canary Islands for burial

The Man Who Killed Don Quixote was meant to start being filmed this month

Animal rights are too often forgotten in the name of 'entertainment'

Spain’s escalating oil exploration dispute is taking on the proportions of the epic seafaring battles of old, as Rob Horgan reports

Numerous festivals are going to have people immersed in culture and dancing on the streets

Aquatic art in the underwater museumi meant to get locals ‘loving the planet’

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