Former Tabasco official Saiz Pineda.

Ex-Tabasco official charged in Texas

Saiz Pineda was finance secretary in the administration of Andrés Granier

United States authorities have charged a former finance secretary in the Tabasco state government with money laundering and bank fraud. An indictment charging José Manuel Saiz Pineda, 49, was unsealed FULL STORY

Gold medal winner Corzo waves the Mexican flag yesterday in Biarritz, France

Mexican surfer wins world championship

18-year-old's win gave Mexico its first individual medal at the World Surfing Games

Eighteen-year-old Mexican surfer Jhony Corzo was crowned the men’s world champion surfer yesterday at the World Surfing Games in Biarritz, France. It was the first-ever individual medal for Team Mexico, FULL STORY

The bride and her bracelets

Lavish wedding for union boss’s daughter

Excesses and displays of opulence are insulting, says PRD Senator

The wedding of the daughter of Pemex workers’ union leader Carlos Romero Deschamps, widely described as lavish, was an event that attracted many prominent federal and state politicians. It is also drawing FULL STORY

Mexico's new platform for investors.

Investment projects now displayed online

Mexico Projects Hub provides details of investment opportunities

Anyone looking for investment opportunities with the Mexican government can now find them online through a platform designed to promote investment and provide information about infrastructure projects. Proyectos México, or Mexico Projects FULL STORY

electrical station

Electricity, water woes plague Coatzacoalcos

Owed 50mn pesos, CFE has cut power to the municipality. It claims service is human right

Two weeks ago it was Cuernavaca, Morelos, now it’s Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz, that is facing cuts in electrical service for not paying its bills for a service it claims is a FULL STORY

Ahumada police officers who were arrested last night.

Criminals strike back in Villa Ahumada

State official killed in attack on Attorney General's office; 2 cops arrested

Criminal elements in Villa Ahumada, Chihuahua, delivered a blow in reprisal against authorities last night, attacking a state Attorney General’s office and killing one of its agents. Security operations by FULL STORY

Chorros de Tala waterfall in the Primavera Forest

Exploring Jalisco’s Primavera Forest

The Lung of Guadalajara is the legacy of a colossal explosion 95,000 years ago

When my wife and I decided to settle down in Mexico we bought a house in a rustic, hilly, mile-high community perched on the very edge of Bosque la Primavera, FULL STORY

Scene of this morning's accident in State of México.

Truck without brakes kills 4 at toll booth

At least 6 people injured in crash on Lerma-La Marquesa freeway

Four people are known to have been killed after a dump truck plowed into a line of vehicles waiting at a toll booth this morning on the Lerma-La Marquesa freeway FULL STORY

On supermarket shelves later this year.

Trump toilet paper profits to aid migrants

'Softness without borders' is slogan of Mexican entrepreneur's product

A Mexican entrepreneur is taking a novel approach to show what he thinks about U.S. President Donald Trump. Toilet paper sold under the brand name ‘Trump” is set to hit the FULL STORY

A vineyard in the Parras Valley in Coahuila, where some of Mexico's winning wines came from.

Mexican winemakers bring home 18 medals

Six gold medals won at the Brussels World Wine Competition

Mexican wineries submitted 18 wines to the Brussels World Wine Competition and came home with 18 medals, six of them gold. The 2017 edition of the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles FULL STORY

Cancún's new beach park.

Beach parks protect beaches for public use

Cancún has the first; more to follow in other beach destinations

While all Mexican beaches are public most beachfront-built infrastructure caters to paying customers. But federal tourism authorities intend to turn the tables by creating public beach parks to further enhance FULL STORY

Sordo Noriega and his piece of the Berlin Wall.

Piece of Berlin Wall goes on auction block

Starting price for the 2.7-tonne chunk of wall, once a museum exhibit, is 600,000 pesos

A 2.7 tonne piece of the Berlin Wall will go under the hammer in Mexico City tomorrow with an impressive starting price of 600,000 pesos (US $32,450). The massive fragment FULL STORY