Tuesday 16th January 2018. Sara the Feisty Foodie, Steaks & Cast Iron.

January 18, 2018

Firstly apologies for the delay in posting. Due to no Internet.

Program Audio:


 Sara joins us a bit earlier this week, in the second hour instead of the last. How to get that crunch outside on your steaks and pure pink inside. Also cooking using a cast iron skillet, apart from being heavy they need quite a bit of looking after and that is one of the things that Sara will be advising us on.

News Audio:


Sixteenth Penal Judge, Enrique Pérez, fined former Secretary of the National Security Council (CSN), Gustavo Pérez, and his lawyer for “delaying the process.”

Users of the so called and well known ‘refrigerator’ buses of the south corridor routes Don Bosco, Versalles, Mañanitas, 24 de Diciembre and Tocumen, expressed their frustration with respect to the lack of buses early yesterday

At least 245 teachers will be participating in seminars organized by the Association of Teachers of the Republic of Panama (Asoprof) on educational standards and new methodologies to teach mathematics.

The environmental impact study (EIA) category II, approved in 2014 by the former National Environment Authority (ANAM) for the construction of the Quijada del Diablo wind farm, in the Fortuna Forest Reserve, was declared null by the Supreme Court of Justice.

In 2018, Panama will experience the highest economic growth in Latin America and the Caribbean, according to the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, standing at 5.5%; while 2017 closed with 5.3%.

From the early hours yesterday, hundreds of people formed lines to receive the Negotiable Payment Certificates of the Decimotercer Mes (Cepadem), which will be delivered to retirees who are paid through ACH or bank transfer.

This weekend began the traditional Flowers and Coffee Fair in Boquete with a revenue of between $10 and $12 million.


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