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Costa Rica Investing $1.7m in National Park Infrastructure

Costa Rica is living up to its responsibility to it's protected lands. The government, in partnership with the private sector, will have a project called...

Consulate confirms death of Costa Rican in Surfside collapse

Authorities have confirmed the death of a Costa Rican citizen in the partial collapse of a large residential building in Surfside, Florida.

Chief Prosecutor to resign over Costa Rica ‘cochinilla’ scandal

The Attorney General of the Costa Rica, Emilia Navas announced on Friday that she will resign and retire in August, after criticism of her inability to prosecute major cases. 

Costa Rica the latest Latin American country facing corruption scandal

Costa Rican authorities on Monday raided the Presidential House and various state agencies

‘Indignation, anger and fury’ in response to Costa Rica corruption probe

Costa Rican authorities on Monday raided the Presidential House and various state agencies

Anti-corruption operation results in arrests, raids at Casa Presidencial

Costa Rican authorities on Monday raided the Presidential House and various state agencies

MOPT warns of higher traffic accidents as measures are eased

The Public Works and Transport Ministry (MOPT) is reminding drivers to follow the rules of the road when traveling this weekend. 

Puntarenas road upgrades to begin in coming days

It will soon be easier to reach downtown Puntarenas after a series of infrastructure improvements along La Angostura.

More than 350 road accident deaths this year, MOPT says

In 2015, navigation platform Waze ranked Costa Rica among the world's worst countries in which to drive.

Costa Rica announces infrastructure works in effort to boost economy

Costa Rica announced Friday a millionaire investment in airport infrastructure as a mechanism to boost the economy and generate jobs.

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