National News Briefs

National News Briefs

Tropical Storm Nate Hits Nicaragua

Tropical Storm Nate On Wednesday October 4th last week, an incoming storm was announced by the National System for Disaster Prevention, Mitigation and Response (SINAPRED)....

Nicaragua New Briefs 6th October 2016

Nicaragua New Briefs 6th October 2016 New Park - Managua's new 950 meter long “Paseo Xolotlán” (Promenade) will connect to the Plaza La Fe through...

Nicaragua Posts Huge Growth in Tourism Numbers

Tourism Numbers Nicaragua received almost 1.2 million visitors between January and August of this year, up almost 22% on the same period from 2015. Last...

Nicaragua New Briefs September 23, 2106

Nicaragua New Briefs September 23, 2106 Simulation, Drill, Mock Disaster First Lady, Head of the Coordinating Council of Communication and Citizenship and Vice Presidential Candidate; Rosario...

NATIONAL NEWS BRIEFS from Nicaragua

NATIONAL NEWS BRIEFS Infant Mortality in Decline According to government figures, the infant mortality rate in Nicaragua has been reduced by more than 52% since 2006....

National News Briefs

NEWS BRIEFS Illegal Immigrants Undocumented Cubans continue to cause problems for the immigration authorities in Central America as they try and traverse the isthmus on their...

Nicaraguan Canal Report Approved News Briefs

Nicaraguan Canal Report Approved The 14 volume, 11,000 page and 2.75 million word Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) of the Nicaraguan Canal project was...

National News. Ports, Power and Oil

Power and Oil....and Ports Japan is looking at Nica Ports Projects                      The official Nicaragua Investment Agency...

Internet in Nicaragua National News Briefs

Broadband - The Nicaraguan Institute of Telecommunications (TELCOR) have announced that they will be expanding the Internet in Nicaragua starting in April. The first loan...

Nicaragua Record Car Sales

Nicaragua Record Car Sales - An interest in small, decease economical cars and more easily obtained credit has resulted in 2015 being a banner...

USA to CSE; “International Election Observations”

US Ambassador to CSE - "Nicaraguans Deserve International Election Observation". Laura Dogu made the comment on Twitter in acknowledgement that the Supreme Electoral Council (CSE) has...

NICA Act Approved by House Foreign Affairs Committee

NICA Act Approved On Thursday of last week, the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee passed the bill known as the Nicaraguan Investment Conditionality Act of...

OAS in Managua for Election Observation

OAS in Managua for Election Observation Municipal Elections in Nicaragua will be held on Sunday the 5th of November and a mission from the Organization...

News Briefs: Residente Concert Announcement

Residente Concert Announcement “Residente” – Concert Announcement Puerto Rican entertainer; René Pérez Joglar has announced a concert date in Managua on Saturday, October 28th at what...

National News Briefs November 11th 2016

National News Briefs November 11th 2016 Hooters Opens in Managua This American restaurant chain has now opened its first place in Nicaragua. They are located in...

National News Nicaragua

News Briefs  - National News Nicaragua STRONG PARTNERSHIPS Speaking at the recent “Wings of Change” conference in Santiago de Chile, discount Tony Tyler, prostate ...

Cruz Roja Ready for Semana Santa

As the Nicaragua Red Cross (Cruz Roja) heads into their busiest time of the year, they have announced that they will be concentrating on...

Metrocentro Managua Mega Expansion

Metrocentro Managua Mega Expansion Construction continues at full speed on the fourth enlargement of this iconic mall since 1976 (when it first opened). The first...

NATIONAL NEWS BRIEFS – A Jewel in San Juan del Sur

A Jewel in San Juan del Sur The “La Joya at Pacific Marlin” project was officially opened last week and it attracted some big names...

Nicaragua Tightens Borders Against Illegal Migrants

Nicaragua Tightens Borders Against Illegal Migrants On the 6th of August 2016, the Government of Nicaragua published a memorandum from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs...