Three Kings arrive

The Three Kings, Gaspar, Melchor and Baltasar arrived on Lanzarote yesterday, passing through the whole island and managing to appear in several places at the same time.

Hot and dry December

The Canaries has just experienced the hottest December since 1961, according to AEMET, the state meteorological agency.

Unpaid overtime complaints

The Lanzarote secretary of the UGT trade union has said that thew most common complaint they hear from employers is that they are being made to work more hours than they are paid for.

Public holiday tomorrow

Tomorrow will be a national holiday in Spain, marking the end of the Christmas calendar. Epiphany is also known as Three Kings Day and is traditionally the day upon which Spanish children receive their Christmas presents.

Lanzarote gets back to work

Lanzarote has registered one of the lowest levels of unemployment for years. 8,937 people are registered unemployed, almost 2,2000 fewer than this time last year.

Here come the kings!

Their Royal Majesties Gaspar, Balthazar, Melchior will arrive in every town on Lanzarote tomorrow, the 5th January. They'll parade around on camels or other means of transport, throwing sweets around and driving kids wild with excitement . Here's where they'll be:

New road connects airport and hospital

The Canarian Government has opened a tender for the new LZ-5 main road that will connect Lanzarote's airport with Argana Alta, the zone of Arrecife where the hospital is located.

Cycling accidents

Three accidents involving cyclists have occurred in recent days on Lanzarote's roads.

Three kings timing row

Opposition members of Tías Council have criticised the decision to hold tomorrow’s Three Kings Parade in Puerto del Carmen in the morning.

Fall at Los Charcones

A man was rescued from the natural rockpools of Los Charcones after suffering a fall there yesterday afternoon.