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Costa Rica’s coffee growers have two years to phase out dangerous pesticide

Costa Rica’s coffee growers have two years to phase out dangerous pesticide

A decree signed by President Luis Guillermo Solis as well as the ministers of agriculture, environment, health and labor will give Costa Rica’s coffee growers the next 24 months to…

Suspect in La Cruz triple murder believed to have fled to Nicaragua; robbery suspected as motive

The suspect in a gruesome triple murder that occurred over the weekend in La Cruz, Guanacaste, is believed to have fled to Nicaragua, according to authorities.…

Costa Rica and Panama cooperate to fight crime along shared border

Costa Rica and Panama cooperate to fight crime along shared border

Panamanian and Costa Rican security forces are sharing intelligence, technology and training to fight organized crime along their shared border.…

Morning earthquake produced more than 70 aftershocks

Morning earthquake produced more than 70 aftershocks

An early morning earthquake that struck two kilometers north of Vara Blanca, Heredia, produced more than 70 aftershocks, according to the National Seismological and Volcanological Observatory (OVSICORI).…

Total lunar eclipse will be visible from Costa Rica on Saturday

Total lunar eclipse will be visible from Costa Rica on Saturday

Email this page March 31st, 2015 (InsideCostaRica.com) Lovers of astronomy should wake up early on Saturday, April 4th, as the first total lunar eclipse of 2015 should be visible throughout…

Costa Ricans’ credit card debt soars 18.2% since last year

Credit card debt carried by Costa Ricans soared 18.2% year-on-year when comparing figures from January 2014 to January of this year, the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Commerce (MEIC) reported…

Child welfare agency to lose 10% of its budget, affecting some 5,000 children

Costa Rica’s child welfare agency known as PANI is set to lose 10% of its entire budget as a result of a series of budget cuts totaling ¢61 billion (~$115…

Bodies of three men, one decapitated, discovered in La Cruz, Guanacaste

The bodies of three men were discovered on an orange farm in La Cruz, Guanacaste on Sunday afternoon. All three men appear to have been stabbed to death, and…

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