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President Chinchilla's Visit to Nicoya Marked By Protests
Costa Rican President Laura Chinchilla visited Nicoya for the 187th Anniversary celebration of the Anexión del Partido de Nicoya to Costa Rica; an area that still awaits the government's help in order to see greater progress.
Confrontation Ends in Gunshot
A private security official was held by police for questioning following the shooting early morning on Friday July 22, of Leonel Alvarado Juarez, owner of Nosara restaurant Rancho Tico, on the street in front of Bar La Banana.
Chopping down trees in Nosara - Interview with Heiner Avila
"He told me that he had the permits…"
On March 27, the Ministry of Environment, Energy and Telecommunications (MINAET) of Ostional initiated an investigation of the cutting of 20 pochote trees without the proper permits.
Nosareños are Getting Ready to Protest on July 25th at the Nicoya Park
Over one thousand Nosareños signed a petition letter sent at the beginning of June to Costa Rican President, Laura Chinchilla, asking for "real and tangible" solutions to the four most pressing issues: the possible closure of the Nosara dump, the overcrowded EBAIS, which is petitioned to become a 24-hour clinic, the poor road conditions and the paving of the 28 kilometers that separate Samara from Nosara and the need to obtain a police car for the Fuerza Pública.
Confusion over Concessions in Samara: Is City Hall or the ICT Responsible?
Anyone looking for a concession or requesting a building permit for land in the maritime zone of Samara Beach will likely run into frustration and find their hands tied until a new regulatory plan is approved, which could take another year or more. The holdup is causing problems for area residents and businesses, including Intercultura, a language school that recently constructed a new building in Samara.
Laura Hangs On Life While Stretching Her Spine
When you have a headache, how much do you complain about it? Or about a toothache? How much would you complain if you had never talked or heard anything? Or could you complain at all, if you were losing your walking skills day by day at age 11?
CCSS Is Planning to Invest to Improve Services at the EBAIS
As the number of patients increases, it is no secret that the EBAIS public health clinics operated by the Caja Costarricense de Seguro Social (CCSS) are overcrowded, with inadequate staff.
Lost Children of The Chorotegas
Is one of the eight indigenous groups of Costa Rica, the Chorotegas, vanishing?
An old, green and yellow painted school bus departs from Nicoya Bus Terminal at 11:00 a.m., only one of two daily buses for this destination. There is no public transportation on Sundays. Shortly after leaving the terminal, the bus takes the first left onto a dirt road that runs between Nicoya and Nosara. Once it reaches the small town of Matambú, in the highlands, its residents start to get off one by one.