Tuesday 4th October 2016. Girl Scouts USA.

October 4, 2016

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Kaitlin, Gerry and VIcky
Kaitlin, Gerry and VIcky

Kaitlin Smith and Vicki Smith come into the studio during the second hour this morning they are here in Panama for three months to promote the Girl Scouts of America. There will be a special event this coming Saturday and you can find out more about the Girl Scouts of America….

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Panama and Costa Rica will hold a joint security council meeting Thursday in Boquete, Chiriqui, to address the immigration crisis affecting the region.

The group led by Jose Luis Varela was consolidated on Sunday as the new leadership of the Panameñista party until 2021.

The Ministry of Health has filed 10 complaints in the Public Prosecutor’s Office for alleged irregularities in hospital projects.

After more than two decades of absolute control by Gustavo Garcia de Paredes of the University of Panama, it is now up to the doctor in Physics, Eduardo Flores to take the reins of the first and largest public university in the country.

The administration of Tocumen, S.A., which oversees the country’s airports, has developed a master plan to expand the facility at Panama Pacifico to attract more budget airlines and charter flights.

At least 40 houses were affected after heavy rains were recorded on Sunday in the province of Chiriqui, confirmed José Donderis, director of the National Civil Protection System (Sinaproc).

Yesterday, the Works and Construction Department of the Panama City Mayor’s Office formally suspended work at the Center Plaza project in Costa del Este.

The company Pullmantur Cruises estimated to grow 30% in the first year of incorporation of two new “all inclusive” routes from Panama, its most senior executives announced yesterday.


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