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Alleged Robber Killed by Victim

Alleged Robber Killed by Victim

A passenger aboard a transport vehicle today in Honduras took the law into their own hands and killed an alleged robber. The incident occurred …

‘Honduras Activate’ Promotes Action

‘Honduras Activate’ Promotes Action

“Honduras Actívate” is in its 5th year, transforming the lifestyles of thousands of Hondureños. Walk, …

Autopistas del Atlantico Sign $260 Million Dollar Infrastructure Project Agreement for Northern Honduras

The Honduras’ government and the Colombian-Honduran consortium Autopistas del Atlantico S.A., or ADASA, have signed a concession for…

Honduras Confirms New Cruise Port on the Pacific

Cruise ships could be calling in at a brand new Honduran port — on the Pacific side of…

Honduras Tourism

When it’s freezing cold in many parts of the world, in Honduras the sun is always shining; because of its…

Tela Tourism Project, Indura, ‘Pre-Inauguration’ Tomorrow

Tela Tourism Project, Indura, ‘Pre-Inauguration’ TomorrowHonduras is on scenic display at the Indura Golf and Beach Resort in Tela, and eager to welcome upscale vacationers to the uniquely beautiful tourist complex.…

COPECO Green Alert in Effect

COPECO Green Alert in Effect

A Green Alert for 48-hours was decreed late yesterday afternoon by the Permanent Commission of Contingency (Copeco – for the Honduras Departments of Gracias a Dios, Olancho, El Paraíso, Cortés,…

Drug Properties Seized Include Joya Grande Zoo

Drug Properties Seized Include Joya Grande Zoo

Seizure of the Joya Grande Zoo prompted rumors and questions regarding if it would continue running, and what would be the future of the 300 animals there. …

UNESCO Grants Green Light for Copan Airfield

UNESCO Grants Green Light for Copan Airfield

UNESCO gave the green light for the country to proceed with the construction of the Rio Amarillo Airfield in Copan.

First Phase of Banana Coast Cruise Ship Dock Inaugurated

First Phase of Banana Coast Cruise Ship Dock Inaugurated

The government of Honduras recently inaugurated the first phase of the “Banana Coast” Cruise Pier in Trujillo, Colón, representing an initial investment of 10 million U.S. dollars, although the total work will cost around 30 million U.S. dollars. In 2014 and 2015, it is planned for three different cruise lines with five cruise ships to […]

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