Costa Ricans donate to Haiti via text messages

by TCRN Staff The Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (ICE) said it has raised ¢ 125 million for Haitian relief through a donation program via cellular...

New Designated Driver Policy a Sham

by Raphael T. In response to the article published today entitled "Designated Driver Program Kicks off this Weekend" I would just like to say that...

Signs of Economic Growth for 2010 look good

by TCRN Staff Although 2009 was not the best year for the Latin America economy, the region remained stronger than most other regions, such as,...

Singapore Free Trade Agreement Progresses

by TCRN Staff At the close of negotiations last Friday regarding the proposed Free Trade Agreement with Singapore, it would appear that Costa Rica will...

Designated Driver Program Kicks off this weekend

by TCRN Staff A new service is now in place to help keep drunk drivers off the roads. The National Insurance Institute (INS) has set up...

Despite best efforts, aid to Haiti is faltering

by TCRN Staff Rescuers from around the world searched yesterday for survivors in the wreckage of the earthquake which struck Haiti on Tuesday, as American...

Earthquake threatens to disrupt Haiti’s fragile recovery

by TCRN Staff The earthquake that devastated Haiti on Tuesday threatens to disrupt the process of recovery that had begun years ago in the impoverished...

Relief efforts underway after Haitian earthquake

by TCRN Staff The Haitian capital was transformed into a giant cemetery after the quake that the government says will have caused over 100,000 deaths. Hundreds...

Flooding and Heavy Rains Strike Costa Rica

by TCRN Staff Although the rain has subsided a bit resulting in a marked drop in the water height of the rivers, hundreds of homes...

Ticos current diet lacks nutrients from indigenous fruits

by TCRN Staff Perhaps you have never heard of fruits like güiscoyol the olozapo, the Rukan, black sapote, the borojó or ocarí. All grow in Costa...
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