More

    Local News

    Law Advances That Would Leave Clear Rules for Costa Ricans Who Telework from Abroad

    The Social Affairs Commission of the Legislative Assembly ruled positively on file 23,528 “Law to explicitly detail teleworking abroad, avoiding subjective interpretations.”This proposal, by Christian Socialist Alejandro Pacheco, seeks to regulate teleworking outside the country and allow workers who...

    Venezuelans Have Become the Second Most Economically Important Migrating Community in Costa Rica

    What is the impact of the almost 30,000 Venezuelans who have settled in Costa Rica permanently? That is the question that an international study presented this past Thursday tried to decipher and that covered topics ranging from the payment...

    Which Cantons Are On Green Alert Due To The Eruption Of The Poás Volcano In Costa Rica?

    The recent eruptive activity of Poás, a volcano located in Costa Rica, has generated concern among authorities and nearby populations.Emitting a combination of ash, gases and steam, this phase of activity has continued since March 29, impacting communities such...

    Poás Volcano National Park Opens for Tourists Once Again

    The Poás Volcano National Park will open again next Monday, April 8th, the authorities announced this past Wednesday.The decision is made after a visit by leaders and experts from the National Commission for Risk Prevention and Emergency Response (CNE),...

    Racist Fires in the Recovery of CrünShürin

    Less than 15 days ago, the recovered CrünShürin farm - Brörán-Térraba Indigenous Territory - turned 6 years old, during that time 6 boys and girls were born who have spent the worst Easter of their short lives.  These boys...

    Deaths from Traffic Accidents Become a Silent Epidemic That Rivals Homicides in Costa Rica

    While the government and a good part of Costa Ricans worry about drug trafficking, organized crime and the record numbers of homicides with 907 cases last year, a silent epidemic is advancing at high speed on the road.And it...

    Garabito Was Epicenter for the Indigenous Peoples of Costa Rica

    The indigenous communities Huetar, Cabécar, Boruca and Maleku; Renowned international guests from Brazil, specialists who study the traditions and cultural heritage of that country, as well as the Peruvian artist Luis Tamani and the Resonance community of QuebradaAmarilla, in...

    Route 1507 Trips Will be Via the Puntarenas Ferry

    The order from the Public Transportation Council (CTP) for the company Transporte Inteligente de Guanacaste (TIG) to use the Ferry between Puntarenas and Playa Naranjo to transport passengers on route 1507 between San José and Nicoya – and vice...

    Costa Rica Recovers Archaeological Treasure That Decorated Houses in the US

    A stone sphere, vessels, jewelry and even a box with remains of a person who lived centuries ago in the Diquís region returned this week to Costa Rica after several decades in the United States.These are hundreds of pre-Columbian...

    Costa Rica, Mexico and Ecuador Work Together to Improve Management of Protected Areas

    Through the Triangular Cooperation project, Costa Rica, Mexico and Ecuador create an initiative for the exchange of information, experiences, tools and effective management platforms regarding protected areas.Authorities and representatives from the three countries met in March in Costa Rica...
    - Advertisement -spot_img

    Latest News

    Experts Confirm Intense Cyclone Season in the Atlantic: IMN Warns That it is Not Possible to Predict Effects in Costa Rica

    Experts project the formation of 21 tropical cyclones for this year's hurricane season in the Atlantic Basin.This was informed...
    Language »