Day

July 29, 2014
Recent local media headlines credit the current mayor of Puerto Vallarta for bringing free Wifi to the city. If this sounds like Déjà vu, it’s because this story was reported three years ago during the completion of the new Malécon. Headline’s today: As part of Mayor Ramón Guerrero Martínez’s strategy to make it easier for...
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Mexican officials say a North Korean ship damaged nearly an acre (0.4 hectare) of coral reefs when it ran aground off the Gulf coast. Mexico’s Environment Department said Tuesday the ship Mu Du Bong crushed parts of 250 coral patches, including Elkhorn coral, which is considered an at-risk species in Mexico. The Mu Du Bong...
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Standing in front of the assembly line in Volkswagen’s massive campus in Puebla, Mexico, 35-year-old line boss Milton Araujo, looked at the shiny new Volkswagen Beetles rolling off the conveyer belt, illuminated by the bright lights overhead. “Back in the day, everybody had a Beetle,” he told Fox News Latino. “Now the car is different,...
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On July 29, Apple officially expanded the availability of its AppleCare+ coverage plan, adding two new countries to the mix for protection of your iPhone and iPad. Apple has officially added Sweden and Mexico to the list of countries that support AppleCare+ coverage for iPhones and iPads. The company has been expanding AppleCare+, with a...
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Two years ago Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit joined forces for an unprecedented tourism campaign to bring national and international tourists to the area. On Monday business leaders and tourism managers met to review the success of the program, which has been committed to for 5-years. While the campaign has seen its share of confusion...
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Mexico on Sunday announced the opening of an international tender to build a high-speed passenger train linking Mexico City and the industrial city of Queretaro. The project, which was previously estimated to cost about $3.3 billion, would allow travel over the 210 kilometers (130 miles) between the Mexican capital and Queretaro at up to 300...
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A magnitude 6.3 earthquake hit southwest of Juan Rodriguez Clara, in the eastern Mexican state of Veracruz on Tuesday at a depth of 95 km (60 miles), the U.S. Geological Survey said, but there were no immediate reports of injuries or major damages. The quake was felt in Mexico City, Reuters witnesses said, where it...
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