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Daily Archives: October 6, 2010
Utility employees will be relocating poles along the south side of Universidad Nacional in Heredia today from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. So traffic police will be closing the road. The work involves cutting down a tree. The work is … Continue reading
Cuba’s Roman Catholic Church announced last week that three more political prisoners are set to be released into exile in Spain, bringing to 39 the number freed.
The family of Michael Dixon are getting support from a British member of Parliament in efforts to involve British police in the search for the missing man.
Carlos Vogeler, regional director for the World Tourism Organization will discuss the changing tastes of tourism consumers at the annual Congreso Nacional de Turismo at the Radisson Europa Hotel & Conference Center today.
Ecuador’s government is moving ahead with an investigation into what it claims was an attempted coup by dissident police officers against President Rafael Correa last week.
A young student found a homemade firearm at a Sarapiquí school Tuesday and suffered an accidental stomach wound when he tried to turn the weapon over to a teacher, said the Judicial Investigating Organization.
All cellular devices authorized by the telecommunications regulator will have a sticker to indicate approval by an independent laboratory.
Research teams have fanned out across the globe in search of frogs that haven’t been seen for at least a decade.
A Quepos baker, once feared to be another missing expat, has turned up in Panamá.
Christopher Howard, the retirement tour guide and author, reports that two of his books relating to Costa Rica are out in new editions.
Printed newspapers are under increasing pressure to begin charging for content. In some cases, the decision is made shortly before executives of a printed newspaper move it completely to Web publishing. This is one of the hot topics in the … Continue reading
A parade of trucks is an annual feature of the fiestas at San Josecito de San Isidro. Loud horns and air brakes let neighbors know about the local activities.