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Re: lanzarote headlines
Posted by: Zannah ()
Date: September 06, 2005 08:48PM

ole Wrote:
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> Will,
> ................a couple of times and my daughter was in
> the Hippodrome. Our paths must have virtually
> crossed. We should have met and had a drink and a
> proper face to face arguement ! lol
>
> > Ole



I know who MY money would have been on Kaiser...No NOT YOU!!!!

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Re: lanzarote headlines
Posted by: scotty ()
Date: September 06, 2005 09:57PM



TUESDAY 6TH SEPTEMBER 2005

I have no news on the strike action im afraid, as ive stated before i only put on this thread the script that i have been given at the radio (sorry)

Temperatures soared to over 40c/110f yesterday as the western canary islands were caught in the grip of a mini heat wave. However, according to the met office, temperatures will begin to fall from today.

WEATHER THE ABOVE SAYS IT ALL, IT HAS BEEN A LITTLE COOLER TODAY, BUT AT 8.56PM ITS STILL AROUND 30C/86F

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Re: lanzarote headlines
Posted by: pete ()
Date: September 07, 2005 12:26PM

Read this morning that the beach in front of C.C. Papagayo in Playa Blanca was closed off on Saturday and I think it still is, due to a break in the drainage system, resulting in flooding from the drain onto the beach. Despite the area cordoned off, some people still tried to get onto the beach!!!

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Re: lanzarote headlines
Posted by: scotty ()
Date: September 08, 2005 12:43AM



WEDNESDAY 7TH SEPTEMBER 2005

The cabildo has refused to award a tourist licence to a four star hotel in playa blanca. The rubicon palace hotel, which had been open since 2001, had its tourist licence refused because the actual hotel differs substantially from the original project which was used to apply for the licence. The hotels management have announced that they will appeal the decision.

WEATHER AT 23.45PM DARK SKIES 30C/86F

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Re: lanzarote headlines
Posted by: Will ()
Date: September 08, 2005 12:29PM

Last couple of days much more pleasant - the wind is back up and cooling nicely.

Note - Ole - it is possible to have a good time in Carmen - just would never stay there!! Zannah - Kaiser?? Your mask has slipped I know who you are now!!

Scotty - who is the bloke who does the afternoons on UKaway? Does he try to sound like Alan Partridge or is it all natural?!!!!!

Have got last day blues!! Off to golfo for lunch then late flight home boo hoo!!

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Re: lanzarote headlines
Posted by: scotty ()
Date: September 08, 2005 03:58PM



It could be the captain if it was 12-2 or chev if it was 4-6, or me if its 6-8, alan partridge is my idol.......safe flt home.

Sorry news is now posted later on in the day, but thats because i dont do the breakfast show anymore, so i have no need to go to the studio before my tea time show.

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Re: lanzarote headlines
Posted by: scotty ()
Date: September 08, 2005 11:38PM



THURSDAY 8TH SEPTEMBER 2005

The iberia handling strike has now been called off til september the 13th, hopefully from now til then an agreement will be reached to bring this fiasco to an end.

WEATHER PARTYLY CLOUDY 29C/84F

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Re: lanzarote headlines
Posted by: scotty ()
Date: September 10, 2005 12:13AM



FRIDAY 9TH SEPTEMBER 2005

It was back to school for over 13,000 youngsters yesterday as the new term got underway for all of lanzarotes primary schools. The exception was playa hondas school, which, due to building works will open on the 19th, along with the islands secondry schools.

WEATHER FORECAST SATURDAY SUNNY 31C/90F

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Re: lanzarote headlines
Posted by: scotty ()
Date: September 10, 2005 12:17PM



SATURDAY 10TH SEPTEMBER 2005

This years wine harvest is one of the largest and best ever. Over 3.3 million grapes have been picked and the quality is the best since the year 2000. Lanzarote will produce nearly 3 million bottles of wine this year


WEATHER....OVERCAST, LOOKING GOOD FOR SUNDAY 28C/82F

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Re: lanzarote headlines
Posted by: scotty ()
Date: September 11, 2005 12:48PM



SUNDAY 11TH SPETEMBER 2005

Eight days of festivities, which take place in mancha blanca, started yesterday and will end next weekend when 40 thousand pilgrims and revellers are expected. Over 200 police officers and stewards will provide security for the festival which is known as 'los dolores'

WEATHER OVERCAST 27C/84F

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Re: lanzarote headlines
Posted by: JaneH ()
Date: September 12, 2005 11:31AM

Scotty I met one of your colleagues whilst staying at Las Brisas last week. His name was Steve Owen. and yes we tuned into your station whislt driving around . Keep up the great work.

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Re: lanzarote headlines
Posted by: scotty ()
Date: September 12, 2005 12:26PM



Jane, thankyou very much, its so easy for people to say negative things, but its real nice when people like you, go and make a point by saying nice things.
Hope you enjoyed your holiday, i havent heard steve sing yet, but im told hes doing ok

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Re: lanzarote headlines
Posted by: scotty ()
Date: September 13, 2005 12:04AM



Sorry guys and girls, left news script at the studio. no news is good news

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Re: lanzarote headlines
Posted by: steve ()
Date: September 13, 2005 02:15AM

Any more news on the baggage handlers strike?

Thanking you in advance

Steve

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Re: lanzarote headlines
Posted by: scotty ()
Date: September 13, 2005 10:54PM



TUESDAY 13TH SEPTEMBER 2005

A survey by la caixa bank has indicated that the average person in lanzarote spends over 1,500 euros each year on essential foodstuffs. That is 300 euros more than the average in las palmas.
No news about the strike action steve, i know the deadline was today, and as yet im not sure if an agreement has been made.

WEATHER SUN AND CLOUDS 27C/80F

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Re: lanzarote headlines
Posted by: scotty ()
Date: September 15, 2005 12:35AM


WEDNESDAY 14TH SEPTEMBER 2005

The number of tourists visiting lanzarote in the first eight months of 2005 was up by 2% on the same period last year.
According to lanzarote's hoteliers and tourist establishment association, ASOLAN, the average tourist occupation this year has been 75%

Regarding the baggage handlers strike, tommorow is the last day of the postponement of the strike, so hopefully this matter may have been resolved, i will keep you posted as soon as i know more.

WEATHER SUNNY SKIES ALL THE WAY 29C/84F

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Re: lanzarote headlines
Posted by: scotty ()
Date: September 15, 2005 11:44PM



THURSDAY 15TH SEPTEMBER 2005

The cabildo plans to make an inventory of all the mobile telephone masts on the island with a view to studying the effect they have on the health of residents.
The move comes after two residents from guatiza, who live near one of the masts, were diagnosed as having cancer.


WEATHER SUNNY SKIES 29C/ 84F

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Re: lanzarote headlines
Posted by: scotty ()
Date: September 16, 2005 09:37PM



FRIDAY 16TH SEPTEMBER 2005

The industrial dispute between iberia and its ground staff in lanzarote airport is still deadlocked.
Over a week after workers called a truce to see if a negotiated solution could be achieved both sides are still no closer to a final solution. Ground staff have, however, agreed not to take any industrail action until next week at the earliest.


WEATHER SUNNY AGAIN 30C/86F

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Re: lanzarote headlines
Posted by: pete ()
Date: September 19, 2005 01:56PM

Scotty, any further update as a result of the meeting. When is industrial action likely to restatr this week?

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Re: lanzarote headlines
Posted by: scotty ()
Date: September 19, 2005 11:01PM



MONDAY 19TH SEPTEMBER 2005

Iberia ground staff, who are locked into a long running dispute with the airline, have announced the suspension of industrial action until after thursday the 22nd of september.

The move was taken as a good will gesture to allow negotiations to continue un-hindered.


WEATHER PARTLY CLOUDY 30C/86F

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