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FOREIGNERS CORNER Sink or swim, it’s up to you

Many say Fuerteventura is a European island paradise, so why do many people drown every year? The answer for many is simply because they are careless. We have the most beautiful beaches in the Canaries, which are surrounded by the very clean and cool ATLANTIC OCEAN, but it's a living thing and we must respect it's power.

Sink or swim, it’s up to you

Beach flags are only an indication, a green flag "safe" DOES NOT mean you cannot drown!!Yellow and Red flags indicate (more) dangerous conditions, even if not apparent to you, and of course, with respect to our local councils, flags may not be checked daily. Our lifeguard service is only "full time" during the summer months, so here's a few do's & don'ts:

- Don't swim alone on deserted beaches or off rocks.

- Take a look at the ocean before you run in, a heavy surf is fun but can knock you over (and under!)

- Don't drink or eat too much before swimming and ALWAYS STAY IN YOUR DEPTH,

- Swimming along the beach, not out to sea.

Riptides are a problem, it's a strong narrow current that flows under the surface away from the beach, if you get caught in one don't fight it, conserve your strength, go with the flow, and raise one arm in distress, the rip will normally "spit you out" further down the beach. Children must NEVER be swimming unsupervised, the emergency number is 112, and finally, try to remember, if you get into difficulties, DON'T FIGHT, FLOAT!


LOCAL NEWS
• The Cabildo announces the opening of the application period for grants linked to energy saving and the promotion of renewable energies
• Visit of the renovation work in various holiday complexes of Morro Jable
• The participation of 224 bars and restaurants confirms the success of the Ruta Insular de la Tapa
• Foreign residents propose to collaborate with the Cabildo and the Ayuntamientos
• Completion of the work and signposting of the 65 kilometres of tracks that lead to La Peña
• La Oliva presents the renovation and extension of the Traditions' Market
WHO IS WHO
• Janira Lourdes Domínguez – Councillor of the department of Equality at Fuerteventura's Cabildo
• Juan Hernández Álvarez – Director of El Campanario Commercial Centre
• José Juan Herrera Martel - Councillor of Commerce, Industry and of the Centres and Museums' Network of Fuerteventura's Cabildo
ASTRONOMY
• Summer season is revealed as the great epoch of the observation of the planets
HEALTH & WELLNESS
• Homoeopathy treasures: Lachesis mutus
• Traditional Chinese Medicine (M.T.C)- Acupuncture for the third age
• Relax! - Medical advice from Doctor Bludau
• Refreshing sea water drinks for the summer - The Montse Puyol - Fundación Aqua Maris
COMMUNITY
• Election of Miss Universe Fuerteventura 2018
• What are family constellations?
•Holidays! Aspects to take into account when travelling with your pet
• Renovated museums open 365 days per year
• What the legend says…La luz de Mafasca
• Cereal defend their properties
• Over 200 people from all over the world present Tran Tran 2018
WHAT HAPPENS IN YOUR MUNICIPALITY?
• ANTIGUA
• LA OLIVA
• PÁJARA
LEGAL CONSULTING
• I purchased Santander shares and I lost a lot of money, 70% of the investment. Can I get back the money I invested?
DECO
• A perfect bathroom!