Last updateTue, 24 Apr 2018 5pm

A new tribute to the medical profession

A massive black spike has appeared on the glorieta located at the busy  intersection of Plan de San Luis and Andres Teran.

Penguin-mania at city zoo as three chicks enter the world

Three pairs of Adelie penguins at the Guadalajara Zoo have given birth to offspring – the first successful breeding of penguins in captivity recorded in Latin America.

New hostal planned for Corona Market

Guadalajara city hall is moving ahead with a plan to allow the upper (fourth) tier of the new Corona Market to be converted into a hostal/restaurant/bar.

Lopez Mateos road works on track for early completion

Traffic may soon be flowing freely again on Lopez Mateos, one of Guadalajara’s busiest avenues. Current work on repaving a section of the roadway could be completed in record time, Zapopan officials predicted this week.

Plan to increase police officers’ wages hits a snag

It is often argued that one of the main barriers to effective policing in Mexico is the poor salaries paid to officers.  This can lead to a lack of motivation and, in the worst cases, a temptation to resort to corrupt practices in order to boost income.