8M in Colombia: Thousands took to the streets today to campaign for equality and protest violence against women.
Colombian airline Viva Air announced this week that the José María Córdova International Airport in Rionegro, which services nearby Medellín, will become...
Considering giving something up for lent? Find out what Oli and Brendan will give up this lent in Bogotá Nights.
COVID-19 vaccination in Colombia began today and Bogotá will get its first vaccinations tomorrow. The health ministry are confident 35 million people will be vaccinated by the end of the year.
Instead of advocating for harsher punishments, one Colombian group is working towards a more progressive approach to justice.
Colombia’s Minister of Housing Jonathan Malagón and Minister of Mines and Energy Diego Mesa will be featured speakers at the Horasis Extraordinary Meeting on the United States of America.
Hunger in Latin America has been growing for years. Even prior to the COVID-19 crisis, people in the region have struggled to...
In our series of craft beer brewers in Bogotá, we next look at Vistalegre.
Bogotá’s mayor Claudia López announced today the city is no longer on red alert. As such, some of the stricter restrictions will be relaxed.
New lockdown rules Bogotá: The latest measures come as a surprise to many, as they are much lighter than had been expected.
Latest COVID restrictions in Bogotá include night time curfew and third weekend of lockdown.
UK government will stop non-essential travel from South America and Portugal on Friday. Residents and nationals will be allowed to enter.
Reinaldo Rueda has been announced as the new head coach of the Colombian national team.
Startup accelerator Founder Institute has announced that it's accepting applications for the next Founder Showcase on February 10th, the organization's...
New Bogotá restrictions include a citywide lockdown for the weekend, six more areas in strict quarantine and changes to some existing measures.
Will we get coronavirus jabs any time soon? Or just more hot air? A quick Q&A on the country’s plans to inoculate against COVID-19.