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The Cabildo rejects marine cages

Cabildo President, María Dolores Corujo, called a meeting with the Mayors of Arrecife, Tías and San Bartolomé, as well as the Chamber of Commerce, to put a stop to the installation of marine cages along the coasts of the island.

Pérez calls for the dismantling of immigrant camp

Pérez urges that the immigrant camp be dismantled due to flooding that had been caused by the recent rains.

Tourism on the mend

The Lanzarote Cabildo reaffirmed that tourism is recovering month to month. With October recording 179,000 international passengers, an increase of 69% to the month previous.

Battle of the Belenes

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The Teguise Ayuntamiento have announced their traditional Nativity Scene contest, with prizes up to €300 euros for the first place winner.

Testing times

The Canary Islands will require Covid tests from Spanish Nationals from the 1st of December. Additionally, the Health Minister has announced that they will not pay for return tests as they had done during Christmas last year.

Against Gender violence

Today is International Day Against Gender Violence, and the date will be marked with a demonstration in Arrecife today at 6.30 pm in memoriam of victims.

Tenerife and Gran Canaria face Level 2

Covid cases continue to rise on the Canaries, with Tenerife and Gran Canaria likely to join Lanzarote and Fuerteventura on Level 2 later today.

Yellow Rain Warning coming up!

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AEMET have issued a Yellow Rain warning this Friday, starting from Thursday at 0.00am, and ending at 6pm.

Arrecife prepares for Christmas

Arrecife will be holding its official Christmas lights switch-on event this Friday, and will turn on more than 800,000 bulbs for the coming festivities.

Tourist bus project

Researchers from the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaría have proposed a bus service that serves Lanzarote's principal tourist attractions, in order to reduce the use of cars and cut carbon emissions.