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Más De Mil 200 Servidores Públicos Capacitados En Curso “No A La Corrupción”

CANCÚN -- De acuerdo a la instrucción del Presidente Municipal, Remberto Estrada Barba, la Dirección de la Función Pública, adscrita a la Contraloría Municipal, concluyó exitosamente el curso “No a la Corrupción”, con más de mil 200 funcionarios...

Gobierno Municipal Conmemora Aniversario Del Natalicio De Don Benito Juárez García

CANCÚN -- Con el  lema “Nada  con la fuerza: todo con el derecho y la razón”, la administración  municipal 2016-2018 llevó a cabo una ceremonia cívica celebrada en el Monumento a la Historia de México, en  conmemoración del  211 Aniversario del...

SAN MIGUEL DE COZUMEL -- Se llevó a cabo este martes 21 de marzo, un acto cívico, en conmemoración del natalicio número 211, del Lic. Benito Juárez García, mejor conocido como el “Benemérito de las Américas”, Oaxaqueño de origen Zapoteca que se...

Caguas Invita A Recorrer En Cuaresma La Ruta Carlos Manuel

CAGUAS -- La Administración Municipal de Caguas invita a visitar durante esta Cuaresma la Ruta Carlos Manuel, la primera ruta religiosa turística en la Isla que recorre varios de los lugares significativos en la vida del primer beato puertorriqueño...

CAPITOLIO -- El Departamento de Agricultura (DA) y el Banco de Desarrollo Económico (BDE), favorecieron hoy en vista pública de la Comisión de Agricultura del Senado una medida del presidente del Alto Cuerpo, Thomas Rivera Schatz, que propone crear...

CAPITOLIO -- El presidente de la Comisión de Educación y Reforma Universitaria, Abel Nazario Quiñones, le solicitó hoy al Departamento de Educación (DE) que en conjunto con la reorganización de los planteles deberán someter a la Asamblea...

Expertos Advierten Sobre Violaciones Al Derecho De Autor, Pedofilia Y Ataques A La Privacidad Por Las Redes De Internet En El País

SANTO DOMINGO (INDOTEL) -- Tras cuatro horas de exposiciones y debates, especialistas de diferentes instituciones y academias advirtieron sobre las violaciones al derecho de autor, a la privacidad y sobre ataques de troyanos financieros, así como...

Primera Dama Llama A Luchar Por Plena Inclusión De Personas Con Síndrome De Down

SANTO DOMINGO (DICOM) -- La primera dama Cándida Montilla de Medina hizo un llamado a todos los dominicanos y dominicanas.

Gobierno Lleva A Cabo Revolución En Bosques

SANTO DOMINGO (DICOM) -- El gobierno del presidente Danilo Medina está cambiando la realidad de los bosques.

Danilo Medina Encabeza Acto De Celebración De Día Internacional De Los Bosques

HONDO VALLE, Elías Piña (DICOM) -- El presidente Danilo Medina sembró una caoba en la mañana de hoy.

Essex Valley Farmers To Benefit From GBP35.5 Million Grant

ST. MICHAEL (CDB) -- Farmers in Essex Valley in St. Elizabeth, Jamaica, are to benefit from the development of an irrigation system, which will supply water to approximately 700 hectares of agricultural land in that parish.

Grenada Receives Grant For Geothermal Energy Development

ST. MICHAEL (CDB) -- The Board of Directors of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) has approved a grant of USD231,630 to the Government of Grenada to build its capacity for planning and implementation of its geothermal energy development roadmap...

Government And Digicel Commit To Investment In TT And Open Market

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (GISL) -- No decision has yet been taken on the restructuring of Digicel and what it would mean for Trinidad and Tobago.

Ministry Celebrates World Social Work Day 2017

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (GISL) -- The Ministry of Social Development and Family Services (MSDFS) today commemorated World Social Work Day (WSWD) under the theme: “Promoting Community and Environmental Sustainability” with a series of activities at...

Minister Cudjoe Meets With CWU

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (GISL) -- The Honourable Shamfa Cudjoe, Minister of Tourism, met this morning (March 21, 2017) with the President, Secretary General and Executive of the Communication Workers Union (CWU) to discuss matters surrounding the...

Taller Promueve La Innovación En Localidades Cubanas

HAVANA (IPS) -- El taller internacional CIT@tenas 2017 sobre gestión de la ciencia, la tecnología y la innovación, convoca a su décima edición enfocada al desarrollo local para el venidero mes de octubre en la ciudad...

Envestiti Premye Minis Dr. Jack Guy Lafontant Nan Palè Nasyonal

WASHINGTON, DC, U.S.A. (VOA) -- Nan yon seremoni ki dewoule nan Palè Nasyonal, Dr. Jack Guy Lafontant prete sèman kònt nouvo chèf gouvènman peyi Dayiti madi 21 mas 2017 la nan apre midi.

New PM Urges Haitians To Heal Deep Divisions

WASHINGTON, DC, U.S.A. (VOA) -- Haiti's new prime minister on Tuesday urged this deeply polarized country to bridge divisions, and he vowed to bring steady advances even while acknowledging that the struggling nation has no shortage of accelerating...

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (CNS) -- Following the 25 basis point increase in the US Federal Funds Rate earlier this week, Butterfield Bank has announced an adjustment in its US and CI dollar prime lending rates for mortgages, consumer loans and...

CDP Pushes Back Public General Meeting

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (CNS) -- The Cayman Democratic Party has postponed its first national public meeting of the election campaign, which was originally intended to be the moment when party leader McKeeva Bush unveiled his slate of candidates...

Cops And Social Workers Unite To Tackle Child Abuse

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (CNS) -- The RCIPS has joined forces with the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) to create a dedicated unit to deal with the issue of child abuse from the moment of reporting through preparing a case for...

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (CNS) -- A 51-year-old Colombian woman living in Cayman who was arrested earlier this year for carrying out cosmetic procedures without a licence has been arrested again because she is continuing to practice, police said...

Tyre shredding begins at dump

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (CNS) --  The premier said government had worked “tirelessly” to get the mountain of used tyres at the George Town dump recycled.

Rare Poll Finds Cuban Citizens Favor Better US Relations

WASHINGTON, DC, U.S.A. (VOA) --  A rare poll of Cuban public opinion has found that most of the island's citizens approve of normal relations with the United States and large majorities want more tourists to visit and the expansion of private...

Uruguay Pulling Troops Out Of UN Mission In Haiti

WASHINGTON, DC, U.S.A. (VOA) --  Uruguay will soon pull its soldiers out of a United Nations stabilization mission in Haiti that began operations in 2004 and is facing sharp cutbacks, the leader of the South American country announced Monday.

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