Day

April 29, 2015
Only 34 countries have national plans to fight the global threat of antibiotic resistance, meaning few are prepared to tackle “superbug” infections which put even basic healthcare at risk, the WHO said on Wednesday. In a survey of government plans to tackle the issue, the World Health Organization said only a quarter of the 133...
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As production of Bachelor in Paradise Season 2 is set to begin in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, reality television fans have eyes on the city. Vallarta Daily was the first media outlet to break the story of the upcoming production beginning in May 2015 and is expected to broadcast to millions of devoted fans worldwide August...
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Mexican actress Salma Hayek says her new film “The Prophet” was a labor of love that helped her explore her relationship with her late Lebanese grandfather, who adored the book that inspired it. The animated film, which draws on the 1923 book by Lebanese-born writer Kahlil Gibran, tells the story of Almitra, a headstrong girl...
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Mexico’s ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) leads the field ahead of looming mid-term elections, a poll released on Monday showed, with its razor-thin majority in the lower house and ability to pass legislation at stake. On June 7, Mexicans will head to the ballot box to elect new lower house lawmakers, and governors and local...
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Mexico is requiring officials to declare potential conflicts of interest in their private life and financial dealings, a step that President Enrique Pena Nieto had promised after it came to light his wife bought a mansion from a government contractor. The country’s anti-corruption watchdog agency will also require officials to say from whom they bought...
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Mexico has published rules governing the use of drones, allowing people to operate the smallest drones in daylight without a permit but with safety rules. Mexico’s Transportation Department has established three classes of drones according to size. The smallest weigh 2 kilograms (4.4 pounds) or less. They won’t require a permit, but like all other...
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In preparation for the arrival of the North American Travel Journalists Association, the city of Puerto Vallarta and the tourism board will begin a deep-cleaning schedule of the Malecón and Los Muertos Pier from April 29 till May 5. The cleaning area will be between Hotel Rosita and through the Malecón, the Navel Museum, and...
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