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    New Talamanca Stores Should Avoid Using Plastic Straws to Obtain the Municipal Patent

    New businesses in Talamanca must commit to the prohibition of the use of plastic straws in order to obtain the municipal patent.

    Government Launches Tourism Campaign to Promote Development and Economic Reactivation of Limón

    Intended for national tourists, last Friday was launched the advertising campaign "Come to Limón! What do you like to do in the Caribbean?", an...

    UNA Cameras Captured the Presence of Bush Dogs in Costa Rica

    A brief video of cameras belonging to the National University (UNA) captured, in the southern area of our country, the presence of a mammal...

    New Frog Species Is Discovered in Talamanca

    A new species of bell frog was discovered in Costa Rica, as revealed in an article published on May 23rd, 2019, in the “Zootaxa”...

    Intense Earthquake Shakes a Large Part of Costa Rica

    Today, at 7:44 am, an intense earthquake shook much of the national territory of Costa Rica. The tremor that,...

    Costa Rica´s Indigenous BriBri Tribe Preserve Traditional Ways of Healing

    In the modern age of politics and technology, the focus of everyday international news is focused on the superpowers of the world. As a...

    3812 Species in the World Threatened in Costa Rica

    Costa Rica has great environmental strengths that are part of its image and historical evolution, and have led it to position itself in the...

    Costa Rica’s Mystery on Caño Island

    Individuals are attracted to Caño Island in the Osa Peninsula not only for its sandy white beaches, clear blue water, and stunning coral reefs which make...

    MEET THE BORUCA PEOPLE OF COSTA RICA

    In the Southern Zone of Costa Rica live a group of indigenous people who claim they are the only tribe who were never conquered...

    Costa Rica Emergency Commission Enables Environmental Radio Monitoring for Indigenous Communities

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The National Emergency Commission (CNE) provided training to indigenous inhabitants of 38 communities in Talamanca to familiarize this...

    University Gray Water Recycling Project Could Solve Many Drought Issues

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Drought and water shortages are factors that affect neighboring communities in Guanacaste and the Greater Metropolitan Area. Among those...

    Over 75,000 Residents in Tibás, Moravia, Goicoechea Will Not Have Water on Tuesday

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Some 75,300 people will not have water on Tuesday because the Costa Rican Institute of Aqueducts and Sewers...

    Dengue in Costa Rica Down 70% But Still Concentrated in Three Areas

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Although the overall level of dengue cases decreased to 70% compared to the same week last year, in...

    Costa Rican Police Destroyed 38,500 Marijuana Plants in Limón

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Officials from the Ministry of Public Security located and destroyed 38,500 marijuana plants in a wooded area of...

    July 4th – The Last Great Resistance of the Talamancas

    July 4th is not only the world famous Independence Day of the United States of America - in Costa Rica, it is also a date that lives in history.

    Aqueduct Project in Alta Talamanca

    In February the Talamancan Association of Eco-tourism and Conservation (ATEC) raised over $2,000 from local and international businesses and individuals to build an aqueduct...
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