From The Editors Desk

12th September 2014

1PTemperatures have soared this week reaching 350 C. in many areas. Very little or no breeze has added to the discomfort making it one of the hottest early Septembers for many years.

This is expected to continue. Advice from the health centre is to always wear a hat when out in the hot sun and drink plenty of fluids, (non-alcoholic ones)

Keep your cool!  Penny




Local News

  • Cofete bus

    1,523 people took the bus to go to Cofete in August. On some trips the bus was 100% full. The council welcomes the host of the new regular shuttles that will run as a pilot at least until December, when it will be decided if given continuity.


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  • Man stranded on cliff face for 2 days

    A Fuerteventura man who was stranded on a cliff-side for two days is recovering in the island's hospital after his ordeal. The 35-year-old fell while walking on the cliffs on a beach in the Jandía area and ended up stuck on the ledge unable to make his way back up to the top.

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  • Pierre & Vacances’ Club Village

    Fuerteventura, the second largest of the Canary Island and the closest to the African coast — offers year-round sunshine and is the island of choice for Pierre & Vacances’ first Club Village in the archipelago.

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  • Technology Park News

    The Technology Park of Fuerteventura will release "soon" the terms and conditions for technology companies, research and development space to apply bioclimatic building the Shops.With a capacity to accommodate 60 such companies, park facilities majorero its main advantages offered 'office rents at discounted prices and free Internet at the speed of 100 megs real.


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  • New flights to Stockholm and Helsinki

    The Tourist Board launches new flights with scheduled by First Air with Stockholm and Helsinki.This winter flights depart on Mondays from Sweden at the rate of 280 € and 140 seats.

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  • Sex offender?

    The 46-year-old, who is a prominent member of the Chamber of Commerce in Puerto del Rosario and head of a popular children's Carnival dancing troupe, was taken in for questioning yesterday after one of the young children told her parents that she had been repeatedly fondled by the group leader.

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  • Air disruption

    The development of an ash cloud in Iceland could be disastrous for the aviation industry and cause widespread disruption for travellers. Teams monitoring Iceland's Bardarbunga volcano have found evidence of a possible underground eruption as powerful earthquakes continue.


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  • Lighting in town to be improved.

    Clece company, awarded the entire agreement of the municipal street lighting in La Oliva, will begin shortly the maintenance and, where applicable, renewal of lamps and luminaires at the heart of Corralejo. 364 street lights will be investigated.

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  • Doctor Shortage

    A study, details of which are published in today's (27-08-2014) Diario de Avisos paper, confirms doctors' unions' long-held complaints that GP surgeries are overburdened, with doctors having to take on an average of 200 more patients than they should under World Health Organisation guidelines.

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