Day

May 28, 2019
Given the importance of timely monitoring of hurricanes with local information, Mayor Arturo Dávalos Peña found support for his proposal to build a Regional Hurricane Monitoring Center in Puerto Vallarta, a project in which he has been working towards since the last administration, and which is a priority for decision making in case of contingency....
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During April, the Sargassum (brown seaweed) and the lack of promotion in Quintana Roo hit the hotel occupancy, and although this year, the Easter holiday period fell in April, which should have driven the arrival of tourists, occupancy in Cancun and Puerto Morelos was lower than in the same month last year, but Puerto Vallarta...
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There are themed cruises for all tastes. And among the most bizarre are those dedicated to conspiracy theories, those that explore cities enchanted with ghosts, and even one of them convinced that the Earth is flat. Now a cruise is scheduled to set sail to Puerto Vallarta that will be dedicated to hunting UFOs. This...
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To modernize the video surveillance system in Puerto Vallarta, the state government will invest in over 100 video surveillance camera systems and the construction of the command center, according to governor Enrique Alfaro Ramírez. The state governor confirmed an investment of 15 million pesos this year, and an additional investment next year. He noted that...
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The feared street gangster El Negrito sleeps with a pistol under his pillow and says he’s lost track of his murder count. But despite his hardened demeanor, he’s quick to gripe about how Venezuela’s failing economy is cutting into his profits. Firing a gun has become a luxury. Bullets are expensive at $1 each. And...
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Mexico’s Finance Ministry said on Monday it had blocked the bank accounts of the former chief executive of state oil firm Pemex, one of ex-President Enrique Pena Nieto’s closest advisers, for allegedly carrying out “illegal” financial operations. The ministry’s Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) identified the former CEO of Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) as Emilio Lozoya Austin....
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