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Lanzarote News In Brief - Week 22, 2017

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Seven Detained In Drugs Bust

The Guardia Civil has carried out raids on various places in Lanzarote and Gran Canaria to break up a drug ring operating in the islands. Cocaine and other drugs were being brought to the islands from Venezuela, for onward distribution by mules to the mainland of Spain. A total of 13 people were arrested on the two island (7 in Lanzarote) and 180KG of cocaine was confiscated. read more »

7 Year Old British Boy "Critical"

Costa Teguise Shadow

A 7 year old British boy was airlifted to Gran Canaria in critical condition yesterday afternoon after nearly drowning at a hotel swimming pool in Costa Teguise, Lanzarote. read more »

Lanzarote News In Brief - Week 20, 2017

Road Surface

Irish Lady Drowns In Puerto del Carmen

A 42 year old Irish lady, Elaine O’Donovan, tragically drowned in Puerto del Carmen in the early hours of Saturday morning. She was accompanied by a man when she decided to go swimming at 3AM. Witnesses say she was soon seen floating face down in the water, and they called emergency services while the man walked away from the scene. He has since been charged with “Failing in his duty to help," and has been bailed pending an investigation. read more »

Cactus Burger Launches

Ironman Lanzarote 2017 Road Closures

The Cabildo of Lanzarote have confirmed the road closures for the Ironman Lanzarote triathlon event taking place on the island this Saturday 20th May 2017.

Vias afectadas y horarios

Race Day Programme

05:00 Transition zone opens for athletes read more »

Lanzarote News In Brief, Week 19, 2017

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Lanzarote News In Brief, Week 18,2017

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Superior Court Overturns Rental Law Decree

The Superior Court has overturned key clauses in the proposed new rental laws. The main points of interest are that they have declared that the section of the law refusing permission for owners of properties in tourist areas is unfair from a competition perspective, and that renting of rooms in private houses for bed and breakfast, for example, should be allowed. The Canarian government has also been told to pay the costs of the court case. It has been hailed as a victory by the owners association ASCAV, but they warn that it’s a battle, rather than the war that has been won, and the government may appeal the decision. read more »

Lanzarote News In Brief - Week 16, 2017

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Fibre Optic In Tias

In the first phase of deployment of fibre optic cables in Tias, around 11,500 homes in the municipality will have access to high speed internet. Work will start on installing the new cables in June, and Telefonica will be investing around €1.5 Million. The service will give download speeds of around 300MBPS. read more »

Amura - The Perfect Wedding Venue In Lanzarote

We’ve attended several weddings at Amura in Puerto Calero, and it’s just the most wonderful setting for couples to tie the knot! Weddings can be conducted on the private balcony upstairs, and then everyone can enjoy a fabulous meal at one of Lanzarote’s most respected culinary hotspots.

Amura April

Last year Amura celebrated more than 60 weddings, mainly from British and Irish families. The most popular months were April to October, although as a year round destination, they can be held at any time of year. Couples tend to book between a year and 18 months in advance. read more »


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