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Tenerife residents reminded about power cuts

Residents in Valle san Lorenzo have been asked to remember that tomorrow (Tuesday 26/04/16) there will be a series of power cuts. Endesa and the Ayuntimiento will cut the supply between the hours of 1pm until 6.20 in the evening. Streets affected are: C/ La Solana CR/ General TF-66 CR/ General Guaza a Valle San

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Canary Islands pay tribute to victims of building collapse

A minute’s silence was observed yesterday across the archipelago as a mark of respect to those that lost their lives on Thursday’s building collapse in Los Cristanos. 7 died and 3 were injured in the collapse, with 80 people still homeless whilst works continue to make the site safe. Hundreds of people attended the minute’s

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Seven die in Los Cristanos building tragedy

Seven people lost their lives in Thursday’s building collapse in Los Cristanos in Tenerife. Three people were injured in the collapse, two of them seriously. See our full report from the weekend. Over 200 emergency personnel worked around the clock in an effort to find those trapped in the rubble of the building. Sadly no

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Golf del Sur and Las Chafiras crime warning

Local police have issued a warning to people in the Las Chafiras and Golf del Sur areas after a pair of muggers have carried out a series of robberies on passers-by. It’s understood that they are driving around in a black hatchback car, and snatch at bags then drive away. Over a dozen such attacks

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Building collapse in Los Cristianos leaves seven dead. Updated throughout the weekend

http://www.englishradionews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/tf-building-14-04-16.mp3 Seven people have been confirmed dead after Thursdays’ four-storey building collapsed in Tenerife. 2 people were injured in the collapse, with them both currently in hospital. The building is located in the Los Cristianos neighborhood, in the south of the island, which has a British expat community of around 10,000. Over 150 rescue workers

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