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Hiker rescued in Los Ajaches

A hiker had to be taken to the Dr. Jose Molina Orosa hospital in Arrecife yesterday after emergency services were called to an incident in Los Ajaches.

Pots, tiles, fountains and more

The Flower Power garden centre in Macher has a new range of square plant pots as well as garden tiles, fountains, and more.

Yaiza Christmas Events Programme

The Yaiza Ayuntamiento have just released the full program of events for the festive period this year. Here’s what to look forward to.

English Cinema – Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (2022)

This week, the recently released sequel to Black Panther “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” will be shown in English at the cinema in Arrecife.

Three found on oil tanker rudder

The Salvamento Maritimo find three men sitting on the rudder of an oil tanker on it’s way from Nigeria to Gran Canaria.

Mojo Wheels competition winners

More than fifty skateboarders competed in the first edition of the Cabildo’s new sporting event titled “Mojo Wheels”.

Tinajo Oscar Dinner

The Tinajo Ayuntamiento have just released information about their upcoming Noche de Oscar Christmas Dinner for women in the municipality.

Arrecife gets festive

Last Friday, the Mayor of Arrecife marked the start of the festive period in the capital with the official switch-on of the Christmas lights.

Socialists head Canarian poll

An opinion poll published yesterday predicts increased votes for the two main national parties on the Canaries, with the Socialists likely to be the most-voted party on the islands.

Statue explanation

The head of Lanzarote's CACT's (Centres of Art, Culture and Tourism), Benjamin Perdomo, yesterday confirmed that the statues removed from the Atlantic Museum at the weekend were depictions of the lawyer Ignacio Calatayud, a close associate of ex-Cabildo President Pedro San Ginés; and said that “the image of the island and the CACTs cannot be linked to a person who is charged with theft of public funds.”