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· December, 2008

Stories about Chile from December, 2008

Chile: Santa Claus the Bus Driver in Santiago

Paloma Beytelman boarded a bus in Santiago, Chile to find the driver dressed as Santa Claus, who continues this tradition every year to entertain passengers [es]. She filmed a short...

Chile: Creative Commons Licensed Album Nominated for Prize

Creative Commons Chile [es] applauds the album by Antonio Díaz titled Minimental, which was recently nominated for the Qwartz Prize in France. The highlight is that this album is licensed...

Chile: Regional Library of Aysen

The Regional Library of Aysen recently opened in Coyhaique, Chile, which will also house a computer lab. Máximo Moreno Grez describes the newest facilities complete with photos [es].

Chile: Maule Blog Community

Maulesfera [es] is a blog aggregator of blogs from the Chilean region of Maule and “through their stories, life experiences, comments, essays, columns and publications on their blogs, are creating...

Chile: Podcast Directory

Podcaster [es] is a directory site for Chilean podcasts organized by category.

Chile: Alliance Between CNN and Network of Citizen Newspapers

Juan Dominguez announces the alliance between the Network of Citizen Newspapers in Chile and the newly created CNN Chile [es], and part of this cooperation will include the contributions from...

Chile: Pharmaceutical Companies Charged With Price-Fixing

Several Chilean pharmaceutical companies have been charged with collusion for price-fixing of more than 200 products writes Tomás Dinges of Chile From Within.

Chile: The Launch of CNN Chile

CNN recently launched a new station in Chile, and Mariana of Zancada [es] hopes that it does not turn into 24 hours of police and crime news.

Chile: The Retirement of Marcelo Salas from Football

Marcelo “El Matador” Salas recently announced his retirement from football. El Pollo Juan of La Pollera [es] bids farewell to the Chilean legend.

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