Lanzarote’s Doctor

As Lanzarote tackled the coronavirus, the name of one man was in the local news all the time, despite the fact that he died more than 50 years ago. However, there’s no better time to remember Dr José Molina Orosa, the man who the island’s main hospital is named after, and a local hero who devoted his life to fighting illness and saving lives.

Lanzarote’s Superbowl

Canarian bowls is the most popular Canarian traditional sport. So last month the Gazette’s Shaun Addison and Sabrina Suppers enjoyed the atmosphere at one of the island’s biggest bowling events.

Into the Devil’s Chasm

The Devil’s Chasm, a volcanic shaft in Timanfaya, has been confirmed as the deepest of its type in the world.

Lanzarote and its relationship with metal

Metal came late to the Canaries, but it is now an essential part of the island’s architectural and artistic heritage.