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This news is translated from the Spanish Press unless otherwise indicated.

Drowning in Fuerteventura

 

A 55-year-old man died on Wednesday of suffering a drowning in the beach of Esquinzo, south of Fuerteventura, as reported by 112.

  

Public Housing Increase..

Cabildos of Fuerteventura and Lanzarote will coordinate with municipalities the provision of municipal land for the construction of public housing

 

Making Fuerteventura more beautiful.

Although many tourists and residents will say that Fuerteventura is already beautiful, Marcial Morales, President of Fuerteventura has plans...

 

Warning of phishing via WhatsApp

 

The National Police are currently warning all WhatsApp users against a phishing app pretending to be from Coca Cola. 

 

Goldfrapp Film In Fuerte

 Goldfrapp Showcase the Desert Landscape of Fuerteventura in New Video for “Everything is Never Enough”

 

Wall Of Flames

Raging Gran Canaria forest fires force hundreds to flee their homes on the holiday island popular with Brit touristso

 

Socialist Party Plans....

The Socialist Party has announced plans to be in Power in Canary Islands in 2019

 

Ryanair an Update

No services between the UK and the Canary Islands have been cancelled so far, but that is no guarantee that Tenerife, Fuerteventura and Lanzarote will be affectred. Ryanair has revealed it will cancel 164 flights over the next three days, potentially affecting 30,000 passengers.

 

New Driving Laws.

All car owners in the Canary Islands and Spain need to insure their vehicles before driving on public roads, and should take their cars for ITV checks at local centres at specific intervals. 

 

Second Oncologist Appointed

The oncology department of Fuerteventura Hospital has had difficulty in recruiting specialists to work in this department, as few applicants had wanted to move to live on the island. However, this problem has been overcome this week. 

 

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