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No Groceries Available

Some residents of areas such as La Alborada, Ferroviaria, Sauces or suburbs of Guayaquil, are having troubles with meals today because they have not taken the necessary precautions for the decree of immobility. Grocery stores, food stores, supermarkets, minimarkets and...
Posted On 28 Nov 2010
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Alvaro Noboa in Favor of the 2010 Population and Housing Census

Ab. Alvaro Noboa was counted at 12h30 on Sunday November 28th. Andy Coello, was the chosen senior high school student who went to Ab. Noboa’s residence to ask him and his family the 2010 Census questions. After the entrepeneur, his wife Anabela and his two sons John-Sebastian,...
Posted On 28 Nov 2010
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941 People Were Arrested During the 2010 Census Period

The national police colonel, Fausto Iñiguez, reported that 941 residents of different country areas were arrested for violating the decree of immobility and alcohol prohibition during the Population and Housing Census. “So far there haven’t had security problems reported by...
Posted On 28 Nov 2010
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What You Should Know About the 2010 Census

Ecuadorians will have to stay at home for 10 hours (from 7:00 to 17:00) on Sunday November 28th, due to the 2010 Census. People will await the arrival of a high school student who will perform a 71-question survey (which takes approximately 25 to 30 minutes, but it can vary...
Posted On 27 Nov 2010
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Quito Has a New Queen

On November 24th, Quito elected a new queen. Milton Pérez and Gisela Bayona hosted the event. Thousands of Ecuadorians waited for the new queen of the capital to be revealed. The little shower outside Sucre National Theatre was not an inconvenient for dozens of people who...
Posted On 26 Nov 2010
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A Rally Against Crime in Guayaquil was Heard

Due to the increase violence in the City of Guayaquil, a demonstration was organized in the City Hall Square. Several participants arrived past 2 p.m to express their contempt regarding the crime wave of the latest months. People are afraid but at the same time they want to...
Posted On 24 Nov 2010
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Study Scholarships for Working Children

The Telephonic Foundation has given 4500 scholarships for children who work; this was made through a contest of Projects to abolish child workers. The project is managed by social and communitarian organizations that give assistance to children. The projects that win the contest...
Posted On 21 Nov 2010
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Montubio Folk Commemorated the Events of November 15

The Montubio folk wore the common straw hats that represent them; Jorge Parra one of the representatives of the group threw a cross of flowers to the Guayas River. A group of ten Montubios also threw flower ornaments to mourn the events that occurred on November 15 of 1922. After...
Posted On 16 Nov 2010
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Santiago Noboa, Alvaro Noboa’s Son, Received his First Communion

Santiago Noboa, Atty. Alvaro Noboa’s youngest son, received the Holy Communion at Maria Madre de los Ceibos church on Saturday. Hundreds of parents, relatives, and friends of the Aleman Humboldt School students attended the First Communion Mass, which began at 10.00 am. During...
Posted On 13 Nov 2010
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Alvaro Noboa Introduces Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

Guayaquil’s weather is changing as you read this. In fact, the first rain of the Season has finally happened in the city, and it is not new to anyone that the weather keeps on changing fastly all around the globe. That’s why the initiative of Atty. Alvaro Noboa of...
Posted On 13 Nov 2010
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