Boozy Brits behave! Every year, particularly in the summer, hoards of both female and male groups make their way over here looking for a good time - day and night. But having a British passport does not make them immune to foreign laws - and it will not get them special treatment in prison. They numbered just throughout the period which, on paper at least, means the Island is a pretty safe haven to live or visit, compared with, say Alicante, where the Consulate recorded FIVE times as many incidents. New figures supplied by the British Embassy reveal that between the above dates, British Consulates in Spain handled 1, arrests cases involving British nationals. The figures.
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Boozy Brits behave! Every year, particularly in the summer, hoards of both female and male groups make their way over here looking for a good time - day and night.
But having a British passport does not make them immune to foreign laws - and it will not get them special treatment in prison. They numbered just throughout the period which, on paper at least, means the Island is a pretty safe haven to live or visit, compared with, say Alicante, where the Consulate recorded FIVE times as many incidents. New figures supplied by the British Embassy reveal that between the above dates, British Consulates in Spain handled 1, arrests cases involving British nationals.
The figures. Anecdotal evidence from Embassies and Consulates suggests that many incidents are alcohol-fuelled, particularly in popular destinations such as the Canary Islands, mainland Spain and the Balearic Islands, as well as Malta and Cyprus.
Many have unrealistic expectations of what the FCO can do for them and Brits, particularly youngsters about to embark on summer holidays, are advised to think hard about the consequences of running into trouble with the law.
Ibiza have a zero-tolerance attitude towards alcoholfuelled offences. Drug arrests are greatest on Ibiza 46 and in the Malaga area El Hierro rumbling again THINGS are hotting up again in El Hierro, which was at the centre of serious earthquake worries for months last year, and geologists are showing fresh concern. The smallest of the Canary Islands experienced no fewer than underwater earthquakes between 1.
The largest, just after 9am on Monday, came in the South West of the Frontera region - scene of many earlier eruptions - at a depth of 19kms. Most of the other tremors were centred to the South East of the area, between depths of kms.
But he also said it was still too early to determine whether this was normal, or the start of more volcanic activity on the island. There were genuine fears of a mass exodus from the island last October. A lack of comprehensive scientific information available to the authorities during the eruption led to disproportionate Civil Protection measures.
Fears of an eruption had been going since the end of July, when El Hierro. Residents were evacuated from some areas at the end of September when volcanic activity increased to more than tremors in 24 hours. The army was put on standby for a mass evacuation. This time, the yellow alert was issued after significant increase of seismic movement and land deformation was detected. It was created rapidly,. Experts are not expecting an imminent eruption, but they have confirmed there is magma movement, and that the eruption has reactivated.
Motorworld goes up in flames IN the early hours of last Friday morning the new premises of Motorworld, Costa del Silencio went up in flames. Alarms sounded at Once confirmed the alarm company then sent five fire crews from across the south of Tenerife to get the blaze under control. Together with Guardia Civil and an Ambulance, thankfully no-one was injured in the blaze which took a number of hours to contain, including one car reigniting!
The Motorworld warehouse stored 25 cars in total, including one vintage and one classic car, all that remains now is an amalgam of plastic and charred car bodies.
The extent of the damage is not. Forensic officers are currently visiting the scene, but it is thought that the fire began in a BMW , which Motorworld had recently part-exchanged.
The temperatures inside the warehouse were so high that it melted everything inside. But, thanks to the landlord of the property Motorworld is still able to trade on land adjacent to the garage, as a handful of cars were outside the property. The Aftermath: Motorworld's warehouse is destroyed along with these cars.
Left and right: The scene before the blaze. Local and international artists display their work in this summer exhibition. IV Tourism and Sports Fair El Medano will become the greatest showcase of sport and tourist activities in the South on Saturday June 30th, from 10am to 8pm, with 27 activities in different parts of the coastal village. The new production, directed by Jaime Azpilicueta, boasts a stage design with projections of images of early 20th-century London and an updated wardrobe, and will be performed at twenty Spanish cities on a year-long tour.
Now, a study by consumer group Eroski, made public this week, has revealed that the park received over 2. Eroski suggests that the UNESCO recognition has been an impetus in placing El Teide on the international travel map, thus having a positive effect in terms of tourism to Tenerife. However, in this same period there has been a slight decline in visits to natural parks of Andalusia, Aragon, Cantabria, Castilla-. This study analyses also the accessibility of these natural areas and concluded that July 11th to 15th.
Considered one of the most important cultural events of the Archipelago, the festival has a 20 year history here in Tenerife. Debbie was selected to be a torch-bearer for the Olympic Games due to her own personal story. Well, this Sunday the torch will have former Tenerife resident, Debbie Bliss, as its bearer.
She will be carrying the Olympic torch on Sunday 1St July at approximately 6. She will be given her own torch to take home at the end of. The meeting between the insular and municipal representatives is seen as a step forward for Granadilla de Abona, in its effort to have greater influence on tourism strategy for Tenerife.
In addition, the Mayor said that the meeting reached an express commitment to finance part of the Cabildo World Windsurfing Championship in El Medano, which ensures the celebration of this sporting event, scheduled for mid-July. For her part, Councillor for Tourism, Nuria Hernandez Delgado, emphasised the harmony of the meeting and. The Mayor stated that issues brought to the table on which there is full agreement with the City Council include urban planning and development,.
Carlos Alonso and Miguel Angel Santos advanced positions on the partial plans and major infrastructure initiatives and stressed the need for Granadilla de Abona to be included in business plans and the importance of sharing employment programmes and economic development, in addition to the collaboration of the insular corporation for the prompt opening of a tourist office in El Medano. The new office will specialise in document health check, where clients past, present and future, are invited to come along, and have all their paperwork checked for them, with the intention of saving them money.
Document health checks have already saved money for clients in their Las Galletas office - Jackie Byatt from Valle San Lorezno was delighted when they saved her over per year and is happy to shout about it. Unfortunately they are closing their Golf del Sur office, and all bank accounts.
Come along and put us to the test, we can save you money. Services in both offices include:Accountancy Translations Banking All types of insurance Legal paperwork Property sales and rentals Staff contracts and wage slips Conveyancing Business set up Non resident and resident taxes Car transfers Change of driving licences. He will join forces with German authorities in the coming week to request funding from the European Central Bank.
Melchior says thousands of jobs would be created on the Island, even though the system and trains would be constructed by a German company, as already agreed. Ticket-holders must return to the point of purchase for refunds. And those who bought on the Internet, or by phone, must send the original tickets to Ticketmaster, at Calle Pallars, Barcelona, before 16th July. The year-old Tenerife-born swimmer stepped ashore at Las Vistas beach, Los Cristianos, after completing the crossing in 11hrs 10mins.
He is now contemplating the longer crossing between Gran Canaria and Tenerife. German Chancellor Angela Merkel has little sympathy, but she is under growing pressure from the EU to do more to cut borrowing costs for Spain.
Pay-back time for regions REGIONAL governments have begun paying outstanding bills owed to their suppliers, including 7, individuals and 20, small businesses. The total debt is The money for the payments has come via a scheme approved by central government. They claim that election rallies in and for current Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, among others, were all paid for with dodgy money.
The Canaries were feted as the Official Holiday destination for the event - a sponsorship agreement with Moscow - and were promoted extensively throughout the three-day tournament to determine the European champions, and a qualifier for the London Olympics. Tournament Director Ilya Volodarsky, from the European Volleyball Federation, praised the Canary Islands for their involvement in the Continental Cup and told a packed press conference.
Reporters were given press. And the Spanish pairing of Elsa Baquerizo and Liliana Steiner have taken a real shine to the Island, so much so that they have trained. They are now completing their final preparations for the London Games with their coach, Daniel Wood, in Tenerife.
EL MEDANO will become the greatest showcase of sport and tourist activities in the South tomorrow Saturday , from 10am to 8pm, with 27 activities in different parts of the coastal village. Good weather, the beautiful setting of El Medano beach, and the broad programme of initiatives planned, will bring together hundreds of people, including residents and visitors in this tourist enclave of Granadilla.
The beach will become a massive area for outdoor recreation, with more than 20 activities, such as baseball, badminton, beach, and bocce ball Canaria, beach basketball, canoeing, windsurfing, aerobics, spinning, volleyball, rugby, skateboarding, gymnastics, cycling, outrigger, surfing and paddle boarding, fishing, diving, armwrestling and wall-climbing, among many others. Also, in the square of El Medano there will be.
This event shows that people need not go out of town for healthy leisure and free-time fun, and that anyone who attends will see the broad representation of sports played in the Municipality. Also of great interest is the cleaning of the bay, in the hands of Club Deportivo Varillaso from Municipal officials point out that this summer El Medano will also become a reference point for worldwide sports with the conclusion of World Windsurfing mid July.
They appreciate the cooperation of the various clubs, associations and other groups and participants who will contribute to the fair. And we are still devoting a substantial 83, euros to clubs participating in official categories for older athletes and Arona clubs, who enter teams in football and wrestling competitions.
Penalties for this will be between and 3, euros. In addition, the new legislation also contemplates the imposition of sanctions on littering. Pensioners will now have to pay towards their medicines FOR the first time since the creation of the Spanish National Health System in , pensioners will have to contribute towards the cost of their medicines. Under the new measures, only the unemployed not receiving benefits, and pensioners on the minimum pension, will not have to pay for their medicines.
Pensioners with higher. On Wednesday, 4th July, at Among the most important religious events is the traditional mass and procession on Monday, 9th July, starting at 8. Of course it will be, thanks to renowned magician Sandro Nerilli, who is bringing his incredible show to the Auditorium Infanta Leonor, in Los Cristianos, on Wednesday 4th July 11th, 18th and 25th, from 8.
His performances will be conducted in Spanish and English, featuring illusions, music and humour to draw the audience into a magical world where things are not what they seem. Nerilli is one of the most accomplished illusionists in the world, performing in major US concert halls, including Las Vegas - and in his native Venezuela - and has been a guest on hundreds of TV and radio shows.
Nerilli founded the Venezuelan Society of Illusionism and is currently gearing up for his Los Cristianos appearances, and also the Canarias Magic Festival. SICK days when workers are on holiday will no longer have to count as holiday time, according to the European Court of Justice.
It means that when employees fall ill during a holiday, they are entitled to have those days added back to their annual leave entitlement. Unions fought it out in the Spanish courts, referring in the main to employees working in factories or warehouses, but ANGED objected. They said the only exceptions according to Spanish Convenios Colectivos - legal working conditions agreements covering different sectors. But the ECJ found that this went against EU law, since minimum holiday periods are a basic right of all workers and designed to allow them to relax and shut off completely from work.
But the ECJ verdict was that it should include illness occurring while an employee is already on holiday.
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