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Homicides increase during the first part of 2017 in Jalisco
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Homicides increase during the first part of 2017 in Jalisco

Vallarta Daily News - Jun 22, 2017

Malicious homicides in Jalisco increased in the first five months of this year, compared to the previous three years, according to data published by the Executive Secretariat…

Puerto Vallarta hosts first Mango Festival
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Puerto Vallarta hosts first Mango Festival

Vallarta Daily News - Jun 19, 2017

The first Puerto Vallarta Mango Festival will take place at Plaza Lazaro Cardenas on Saturday, July 1st from 4 to 9pm. Enjoy various dishes of the King…

Over 12 Thousand People Expected At Motofiesta Guayabitos 2017
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Over 12 Thousand People Expected At Motofiesta Guayabitos 2017

Vallarta Daily News - Jun 14, 2017

The 12th edition of the Motofiesta Guayabitos is set to take place from June 16-18, 2017 in the Riviera Nayarit, and the event organizers are confident it…

Mexican politician lifts speech from ‘House of Cards’
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Mexican politician lifts speech from ‘House of Cards’

Vallarta Daily News - Jun 14, 2017

A former mayor from the Mexican state of Tlaxcala appears to have copied a speech directly from Frank Underwood, the protagonist of popular Netflix program “House of…

Puerto Vallarta Taxis promise better services after UBER announcement
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Puerto Vallarta Taxis promise better services after UBER announcement

Vallarta Daily News - Jun 14, 2017

The Taxi Union of Puerto Vallarta held a news conference on the heels of an announcement from UBER that they will be operating in the tourist destination.…

Mexico’s native crops hold key to food security in a changing climate
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Mexico’s native crops hold key to food security in a changing climate

Reuters - Jun 13, 2017

Mexico's ancient civilizations cultivated crops such as maize, tomatoes and chilies for thousands of years before the Spanish conquerors arrived - and now those native plants could…

Tropical Storm Calvin lashes popular tourist spots in Southern Mexico
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Tropical Storm Calvin lashes popular tourist spots in Southern Mexico

Vallarta Daily News - Jun 13, 2017

Tropical Storm Calvin weakened as it slogged across southeastern Mexico Tuesday, its rains and high winds lashing a stretch of coast dotted with tourist beach towns. The…

Filming of Bachelor in Paradise stops in Puerto Vallarta over alleged sexual misconduct
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Filming of Bachelor in Paradise stops in Puerto Vallarta over alleged sexual misconduct

Vallarta Daily News - Jun 12, 2017

The reality show The Bachelor in Paradise, a spin-off of The Bachelor, very popular in the United States, was interrupted during filming as it began its fourth…

Mexican peso hits 10-month high
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Mexican peso hits 10-month high

Reuters - Jun 09, 2017

Mexico's peso currency reached an almost 10-month high on Friday and data on derivatives market bets showed investors have taken the most optimistic view on the currency…

The 5th “Save The Sea Turtle” Drawing Contest begins
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The 5th “Save The Sea Turtle” Drawing Contest begins

Vallarta Daily News - Jun 09, 2017

Grupos Ecologistas de Nayarit A.C. are extending an invitation to their 5th “Save the Sea Turtle” Drawing Contest, open to boys and girls attending elementary schools in…

Aztec ruins discovered under Mexico City hotel
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Aztec ruins discovered under Mexico City hotel

Reuters - Jun 09, 2017

The remains of a major Aztec temple and a ceremonial ball court have been discovered in downtown Mexico City, shedding new light on the sacred spaces of…

Seasonal weather is a thing of the past, thanks to climate change
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Seasonal weather is a thing of the past, thanks to climate change

Vallarta Daily News - May 30, 2017

It is hot in winter, it hails in spring and the cold is intense in summer because the seasons do not exist anymore, climate change ended them,…