June 21, 2024

The participation of women in Mexico’s energy sector is increasing, although it still faces significant challenges, as revealed at the “Women in Energy” forum held during the.

Governmentand Politics

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Cecilia Patrón Forms a Council with Female Power 

Cecilia Patrón, the elected mayor of Mérida, will have a gender-balanced City Council, where women
- June 20, 2024
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Governor-Elect Joaquín Díaz Mena Meets with Business Leaders in Mexico City

Joaquín Díaz Mena, the governor-elect of Yucatán, met with business leaders today in Mexico City,
- June 20, 2024
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Power Outages Hit Various Parts of Merida: Even Congress Left in the Dark

Due to the weather conditions left by Tropical Storm “Alberto” in Yucatán, rain continues, and as a result, power outages are being reported in various parts of Mérida.  Even during the Peninsular Electrical Expo, which is taking place this Thursday
- June 20, 2024
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Armed Attack: 6,000 Passports Stolen, Intended for Yucatán and Other States 

On June 19, the Secretariat of Foreign Affairs (SRE) experienced the theft of 6,177 blank passport booklets destined for consular offices in Yucatán, Quintana Roo, Tabasco, Tlaxcala, and Veracruz. These booklets were ready to be filled with data from new
- June 20, 2024

National News

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Sheinbaum’s Cabinet Announcement: Peso Appreciates 

The market reacted positively to the announcement of the first six secretaries that Claudia Sheinbaum
- June 20, 2024
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Mexican Private Sector Seeks Dialogue with Incoming President Claudia Sheinbaum

The Mexican private sector, represented by the Coordinating Business Council (CCE), met with incoming president
- June 20, 2024
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Today June 17th, but in1985, Mexico Launch its First Satellite into Space 

On Monday, June 17th, 1985, at 07:33 UTC (01:33 local time in Mexico), the NASA
- June 17, 2024

Businessand Economy

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 Rain Caused by Tropical Storm ‘Alberto’ Results in Losses for Yucatán’s Fishing
After a period of intense heat forced fishing activity in Yucatán to grind to a halt, heavy rains caused by Tropical Storm Alberto have now dealt a devastating blow to this critical sector
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Energía Mayakán: A New Era of Energy Efficiency and Economic Growth in
Mexico is on the point of a significant transformation, with the launch of the Energía Mayakán project, a 700-kilometer gas pipeline that aims to reduce energy costs for millions of users in the

Entertainment &What to do in Merida

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The World Vocho Day will be celebrated this weekend in Mérida with a spectacular caravan

The event will start at Volkswagen City Altabrisa and end at the Parque Arqueológico del
- June 21, 2024
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El Don Quixote: A Captivating Fusion of Music and Drama

Silvia Kater, the lead actress, has embodied countless characters throughout her career. Born in Argentina
- June 19, 2024
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Symphony String Quartet Live: Vibrant Concert at Capilla de Hacienda Xcanatun

The Symphony String Quartet is set to perform a live music event at the Capilla
- June 19, 2024
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Fantasía Sinfonik: A Magical Concert Inspired by Harry Potter, The Lord of the Rings, and Game of Thrones

The event "Fantasía Sinfonik Vol. 2" is presented as a symphonic-choral concert that promises to
- June 19, 2024

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Price of the dollar TODAY March 8, 2024 in Mexico: Peso continues
Find out how much the peso is against the dollar when buying and selling in banks in Mexico, such as
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BBQ Boy and Spanky interview Rusell Blake about “Retirement Secrets in Mexico”
It’s rare that I get to interview bestselling authors. Russell is pretty much famous, having sold over 4 million books

Food & drinks

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Taco Festival ‘Tacocardia’, this weekend in
The event will take place at Bacab Brewery,
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The second edition of the Mérida
The second edition of the Cheese, Honey, and
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A cantina tour organized by the
As part of the tourist attractions offered by
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What date will Dairy Queen give
Ice Cream Day is celebrated all over the

Yucatanliving

- June 19, 2024
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Mérida has been recognized as the second safest city in America and one of the.

TravelYucatan

- June 20, 2024
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Following a rumor circulating on social media about a 60 pesos fee for using cell phones, tablets, and non-professional cameras to enter archaeological sites in the state,.

YucatanHistory & Culture

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“Roots and Faces” Welcomes Summer Passengers
With a tribute to the men and women
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Archaeologists Found a Smoking Gun Behind
Archaeologists have unearthed evidence of a ninth-century conflagration
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What does “huach” mean in Yucatán?
The word “huach” is a term that has