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by Buzzers - 9 months ago

Strong Winds Topple César Manrique's Work

The strong wind affecting the island today has knocked down the Mirador del Río symbol, made of iron and located at the gates of the Tourist Centre.The new CEO of the Tourist Centres, Benjamín Perdomo, considers the incident, which occurred in the early hours, “as faithful reflection of the total...

by Buzzers - 9 months ago

First Cardiac Transplant in The Canary Islands

Dr. Negrín Hospital carried out the heart transplant for a 63-year-old man on Wednesday using a healthy and compatible organ from a local donor. The operation at the hospital lasted 4 hours. Dr. Negrín will be in the history books of Gran Canaria as the day they performed the first heart transplant...

by Buzzers - 9 months ago

BuzzFm Back on January 1st 2020

BuzzFm is back on January 1st. Fresh, rebuilt and ready for 2020. Our distictive mix of sunshine feelgood music and information which became part of Island culture, is here again. All your favourites and more in the new line up. BuzzFm is broadcasting on the internet through the Amazon network...

by Buzzers - 10 months ago

Tesco Comes To Mainland Spain

The new Food Co. store in the Puerto de Mazarrón opened on Tuesday 5th November at 11:00 as promised, the aisles absolutely packed with shoppers who had come along to see whether the promise of Tesco branded products would happen.Few could be disappointed on either count, with around 7,500 lines on...

by Buzzers - 11 months ago

Lanzarote to Tackle Island’s Chronic Mobility Problems

The Canary Islands Government and the Cabildo will create a joint commission to solve the mobility and road problems of Lanzarote.The Minister of Public Works, Transportation and Housing of the Canary Islands Government, Sebastián Franquis, was received by the president of the Cabildo de Lanzarote,...

by Buzzers - 11 months ago

Yellow Flag on Almost all the Beaches of Lanzarote

Almost all of the island's beaches are on Saturday with yellow flags, as reported by the Security and Emergency Consortium. Also next to Famara beach, La Garita beach in Arrieta also has a red flag.The only beaches where the green flag flies for now are those located in the south of the island, spec...

by Buzzers - 11 months ago

High Tide, Floods Lake Jameos del Agua

The Jameos del Agua lake was completely flooded on Tuesday by the so-called 'Tidal Pine'.High tide flooded the small dance floor and the catwalk that is next to the lake, some tourists chose to take off their shoes to walk through it.

by Buzzers - 1 year ago

Fuerteventura’s Heritage Is Neglected, Says Cabildo

Fuerteventura needs to make more of its cultural heritage but there are parts of the island which are falling to bits, it has been claimed.The Cabildo’s culture councillor Andrés Briansó said the new government team had to make this issue a priority as tourists were being denied the chance to see th...

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