The latest news from Gran Canaria for residents and visitors.
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.
Gran Canaria's Siam Park will be up-and-running in just two and a half years, with work to begin before the end of 2015.
The Spanish air traffic control strike that threatened to delay flights to and from Gran Canaria airport on October 3rd has been cancelled.
Gran Canaria's tourism records keep tumbling as demand soars and the number of flip-flops on the beaches goes up and up.
It's long been thought that Gran Canaria has geothermal energy potential and now we're going to find out. The island government is to map its underground heat.
The Mogán Ayuntamiento has announced that it is to repair the beach wall and viewing platform at Patalavaca beach.
The Las Palmas carnival runs from January 29 until February 21 with much of the action on the last weekend.
Gran Canaria's coastal paths are amongst it's most popular public spaces, but many need a good revamp. Here's the plans that are in the pipeline.
The Canary Islands are expecting hotel occupancy rates of 90% from October through until Easter with even high occupancy over Christmas.
After a couple of weeks of sunny weather, and one day of rain so far in September, Gran Canaria could go all tropical this week to welcome the Autumn season.
Puerto Rico's huge shopping centre is getting a three million euro facelift, thanks to investment by the owners of its 200 shops and restaurants.
After a roasting hot week, the Spanish weather service has put the Canary Islands on Yellow Alert for rain today.
Gran Canaria hosts two separate food-and-drink events this weekend. One in Santa Catalina Square in Las Palmas, the other at Puerto de las Nieves in the north-west.
Britian and Northern Europe could be heading for an exceptionally cold winter thanks to the powerful El Niño event brewing in the Pacific Ocean.
Tejeda in Gran Canaria's central highlans or Cumbres is the first Canarian village to make the official list of Spain's prettiest villages.
The 2.5 kilometre coastal path that connects Las Marañuelas beach in Arguineguín and Anfi beach to the west is due a revamp and it looks like it may finally get one.
Wind: 17.70 km/h
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