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Panama Changes its Immigration Policy

Posted on: May 25 2015 - 10:29am | Comments Off on Panama Changes its Immigration Policy
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(TODAY PAMANA) — It has been announced that there will be an end to liberality in granting residence permits in the so-called melting pot, and the revision of the immigration status of resident foreigners whose papers have expired. From a statement issued by the Presidency of Panama: The Government of the Republic of Panama has approved an executive decree establishing immigration controls and regulating the immigration status of foreigners whose extraordinary provisional migratory permits have expired. This decree will regulate renewals of extraordinary provisional migration permits only for those foreigners whose documents have expired. Via Centralamericandata.com ...

Electricity for All

Posted on: May 18 2015 - 3:34am | Comments Off on Electricity for All
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Due to its remote location, the archipelago of Bocas del Toro sometimes suffers from the disadvantage of random power outages. Until now, Isla Colon, the main island, has been powered by phase-one diesel generators...

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Birdlife

Away from the beaches, in the mangrove swamps, there is great bird watching to be had. Common sightings in the red and yellow mangroves are the yellow warbler, the yellow warbler manglera and the American redstart. A variety of other birds can often be seen flying by the sea. Bring your binoculars and you will likely see the enormous frigate birds, with a wingspan...

Posted on: May 18 2015 - 3:34am | Comments Off on Birdlife
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Posted on: May 18 2015 - 3:34am | Comments Off on Wear Your Shoes!
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Wear Your Shoes!

It’s likely your mother instructed you to wash your hands after using the restroom, to chew with your mouth closed, and to look both ways before crossing the street. But did she warn...

Charity Dodgeball Tournaments to Continue

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6 teams and over 50 players showed up for the Dodgeball Tournament that was hosted by Give & Surf and Mondo Taitu on Sunday, April 19th!  Over $200 was raised that goes...

May15 Horoscopes

Aries March 21 — April 19 Where’s the beef, or more specifically where is the credit for all the hard work you’ve been putting in for the last month? I’m sorry to say Aries but any credit due you will not be forthcoming. In fact, for the present you should consider yourself lucky to get a sniff as the banquet of success/credit is wheeled right past you. But take heart, lack of...

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Posted on: May 14 2015 - 11:32am | Comments Off on Panama Bans Birds from Costa Rica
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Panama Bans Birds from Costa Rica

(TODAY PANAMA) Due to the presence of the outbreak of the Newcastle avian disease in the north of Costa Rica, health alerts were activated at the border and entry of poultry from the...


Panama Council Approves New Canal Tolls

Posted on: Apr 29 2015 - 6:59pm | Comments Off on Panama Council Approves New Canal Tolls
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The Cabinet Council of the Republic of Panama has officially approved a proposal to modify the Canal tolls structure, following a recommendation from the Panama Canal Authority Board of Directors. The accepted proposal – which modifies the pricing structure for most Canal segments – will better facilitate the Canal’s goal of providing outstanding service and reliability to the global shipping and maritime community while allowing the ACP to safeguard the competitiveness of the waterway. Panama News from the source by our autoblog. Click here to go to the source media......

Panama Bureaucracy Decides When and What you Eat

Posted on: Apr 24 2015 - 1:30am | Comments Off on Panama Bureaucracy Decides When and What you Eat
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TODAY PANAMA – A new law eliminates the period of 150 days for the authorities to respond to an import request, and requires wait for the process to be completed without being able to import the food, until...

Former Marine indicted in 2011 killing, dismemberment of Dana Point woman

A former Marine suspected in connection with the killing and dismembering of a Dana Point woman in Panama in 2011 was indicted Friday in the slaying. A federal grand jury charged Brian Karl Brimager with murder, obstruction of justice, making a false statement to a federal officer and falsification of records. Panama News from the source by our autoblog. Click here...

Posted on: Apr 17 2015 - 11:52pm | Comments Off on Former Marine indicted in 2011 killing, dismemberment of Dana Point woman
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