Founded March 1, 2001

The Panama Cyberspace News was founded on March 1, 2001 by Carmela Lowe Gobern. We provide subscribers on the 1st and 15th of every month with an 18-page report of news briefs, activities, events and happenings in the Republic of Panama in the comfort of their home or office.

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We have subscribers in Panama, throughout the United States, (Including Puerto Rico), France, Zimbabwe, Trinidad, Djibouti, U.S. Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands and Canada.

We invite you to subscribe to our online publication the Panama Cyberspace News (also known as the CyberNews), which celebrated its 13th Anniversary on March 1, 2013. The annual subscription fee is thirty dollars ($30) and this fee includes: two monthly editions distributed via email on the 1st and 15th, one (1) complimentary Panama Calendar 2013* and FREE publicity of your sales or services.


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The 18-20 page publication features the following:
1. News Briefs and Information Items
2. Getting to Know our Subscribers
3. Letters to the Editor
4. Sociales
5. Health and Safety
6. CyberSharing (donating to the less fortunate)
7. Panamanians around the Globe (identifying Panamanians who are excelling worldwide)
8. In Memoriam (Obituaries)
9. Activities in Chronological Order
10. Web Sites of Interest
11. Humor and more…..

We also organize excursions to our various provinces, transits through our Panama Canal and Aquabus City Tours. Subscribing to the CyberNews is one way of keeping informed of our planned excursions.

Persons interested in subscribing may contact Carmela Gobern, Editor, at: or tel. (507) 314-0398, cell (507) 6675-4507 or U.S.
(678) 995-7136.
Subscription fees from overseas should be mailed payable to:
Carmela L. Gobern
PTY 3109
P. O. Box 025724
Miami, FL 33102

You may also subscribe on our website via credit card: at our on-line store

Persons interested in viewing the latest edition of the Panama Cyberspace
News click here.

Our Panama Calendar 2013 is a 27-year-old benefit project, which supports several charities annually. In Panama, the calendars sell for six dollars ($6) each; for orders from overseas they sell for eight dollars ($8) each, includes S&H.

Note: We are continuously selling calendars during the year because of the valuable content. It’s not “just another calendar,” it’s a valuable source of educational and cultural information on Panama. The 2013 theme is “Flora and Fauna of Panama”.

2014-calendarPre- Order: The Panama Calendar 2014: Celebrating 100 years of the Panama Canal

This is our 28th year of publication of this project, which annually benefits several charities.
The full color calendar:

  • Includes the dates of Carnival until the year 2020
  • Includes the dates of Easter until the year 2020
  • Can be per-ordered on-line
  • Make great gifts and is a great collector’s item
  • Lists important holidays and events in the US and Panama
  • Can be shipped worldwide


    1 Comment

  1. Carmela: Tu y Alonso la han BOTADO durantes todos estos anios
    Los felicito… y siento que disfrutas todo esto, al igual que Alonso. Acabo de leer el Articulo en La Prensa de hoy, y los felicito. De veras! Manana voy a narrar un transito parcial del Canal en el barquito ISLAMORADA, el barco mas antiguo que aun navega las aguas del Canal…. de casco de madera… construido en 1912 (2 anios ANTES que el Canal!), y que en 1930 (durante la Prohibicion del Consumo de Alcohols en los USA…. el “Dry Prohibition Era”), era al barco que Al Capone usaba para contrabandear whiskey y ron desde La Habana hasta Islamorada (cerca de Marathon, Florida, en los Cayos de la Florida). How’s THAT for a little bit of history? Hahahaha…. Hugs, & God bless both of you! Martin Daniel Harrington S……

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