The latest news from Gran Canaria for residents and visitors.
Archaeologists have just discovered an ancient Canarii (Guanche) village, including a rare, two-storey structure, at Ansite up in the mountains of southeast Gran Canaria
Just when we thought that the Gran Canaria waterpark had overcome all obstacles, a court ruling provisionally suspends its license.
The story of the first shark bite in Gran Canaria waters in living memory has gone global. Here's what actually happened.
All the Gran Canaria news from week three of December 2015 in one cheerful roundup.
Gran Canaria's main carnival dates and posters are all out.
Filming of 'The Titan', a major sci-fi adventure starring Avatar's Sam Worthington and Ruth Wilson and directed by German director Lennart Ruff, begins in February 2016.
Gran Canaria's Siam Park waterpark looks like a sure bet after getting Canarian Government approval.
The Spanish AEMET weather service has announced that November 2015 was the hottest and sunniest on record after a mid-month hot spell sent temperatures up to over 30ºC.
Ratings agency Moody's predicts growth of 2.8% in 2016; the third-fastest rate of growth amongst Spain's regions.
Two new court judgements against Anfi del Mar timeshare resort reinforce the ban on taking deposits within the cooling-off period.
All leaks on the Oleg Naydenov have now been seal and the ship has been completely emptied of oil, according to Spain's sea search and rescue organization Salvamento Marítimo
Some of veteran British reggae band UB40 play the Las Palmas stadium on March 19th 2016.
The Canary Islands government has committed to producing a new draft law by Q1 2016 that will allow the island to build new tourist hotels without them having to be 5-Star.
Hospiten Roca is amongst the top 27 hospitals in Spain, according to a study by Programa Hospitales TOP 20 de IASIST.
The Canarian and Spanish governments have agreed to co-fund a series of coastal pathway projects in Gran Canaria, including the modernisation of the promenade between Las Burras beach and San Agustín.
Here's the most important and interesting Gran Canaria news stories of the week.
Here's the big news stories from Gran Canaria for the first week of November 2015.
As we head into peak season, the latest tourism figures for Gran Canaria are positive across the board.
Gran Canaria's shearwater fledglings are about to leave their nesting burrows in the Gran Canaria highlands and fly down to the sea.
Gran Canaria's Guardia Civil have broken up a mango-stealing gang operating out of north Gran Canaria.
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