Monday 8th May 2017. La Vespa, eating Italian.
May 8, 2017
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Great to welcome back Diana Cabezas we first met a year ago when “La Vespa” restaurant opened in Obarrio. Now a year later this is an addition to the La Vespa family Vistamare which over looks the water at the Trump International Hotel in Punta Pacifica. Find out what it is like to operate a top end restaurant and the specials that La Vespa has to offer.
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]The News:
In a statement, the Panamanian Foreign Ministry congratulated France’s President-elect, Enmanuel Macron, for his victory, wishing him success in his administration.
On Friday, the government installed the commission that will oversee Panama’s 2019 election.
Former general Manuel Antonio Noriega has been in the intensive care unit of the Santo Tomás Hospital for two months after having undergone a brain tumor and his condition continues to be delicate.
The Fourteenth Criminal Court has granted bail of $90,000 to former Caja de Ahorros General Manager Jayson Pastor, who is detained on a preventive order by the First Anti-Corruption Prosecutor as part of the investigation into the failed Amador convention center project.
The National Civil Protection System (Sinaproc) issued a warning yesterday due to UV indexes ranging from high to extreme.
Members of the Industrial Union of Taxi Drivers of Panama protested Friday morning against the service offered by Uber.
Members of the Panamanian Society of Engineers and Architects of Azuero and Chiriquí reiterated this weekend their support for the restoration of the Wilcox House in the province of Colón, considered to be the country’s historic heritage.
A total of 238 persons in prison were registered or renewed their artisan card