Thursday 24th October 2019. Shriners walk/run. TBar gets a menu update.
October 24, 2019
The Shriner’s do a lot of great work in Panama for orthopedically challenged and for burned children, they receive all their medical and travels expenses free of charge. But in order to maintain this there has to be a lot of fund raising and that is what is happening this coming weekend. To help towards the transportation fund there will be a charity walk this coming Sunday on the Cinta Costera. See the attached flyer.
In the last hour today Maria and Adrian (both chefs) talk to us about the new menu that is coming to T-Bar which is located on the Obarrio area of Panama City. It has built its reputation based on healthy options during the day but now looking at a more diverse menu for the evening giving the restaurant and different ambiance and cuisine options.
The Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office is waiting for the calligraphic evidence that experts from the Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences (Imelcf) must make to 303 checks coming from spreadsheets of deputies of the National Assembly, which were allegedly changed irregularly in the National Bank of Panama (BNP).
The ‘Stopover’ tourism campaign, which was launched yesterday afternoon by the International Tourism Promotion Fund, would inject 100 million dollars a year.
The Federico Guardia Conte de Chilibre water treatment plant was out of operation on Wednesday afternoon, following an electrical failure, the National Aqueduct and Sewer Institute (Idaan) reported.
Private sector companies maintain a prudent trend when incorporating more people onto their spreadsheets.
President Laurentino Cortizo approved the creation of the International Qualifications Tracking Office (OSCI), which will be in charge of monitoring and providing data to international organizations that publish the country’s comparative indexes on transparency, business climate, competitiveness, social progress and security.
Survivors and relatives of those killed in the 8B-06 bus fire commemorated, with different activities, the 13 years since this tragedy.
The hypermarket chain PriceSmart announced that investments in Panama total more than $ 29 million with the expansion of its capacity to serve customers in the retail sector and the final consumer through its membership and purchasing club business model.