For World Book Day, The Local has put together a list of some of the very best books ever written about Spain.
A restaurant in the Galician town of Sarria is paying for the taxi fares of customers who order a drink after lunch or dinner.
Whether its home evictions, soaring deficit or the jobless rate, the negative side of the crisis gets a lot of coverage. This week in The Local, however, we decided to take a look at some of the silver linings to come out of this difficult period.
A monument dedicated to Real Madrid and Spain goalkeeper Iker Casillas has been vandalized with slogans supporting Diego López, his rival for a place in the Madrid side, reports said on Tuesday.
A group of expat runners from Madrid will be running together during the city's marathon to honour the victims of the Boston marathon bombings.
Spanish police on Tuesday arrested two "suspected terrorists" believed to be linked to Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, Spain's interior ministry said.
If you're a tax resident in Spain but have property or financial assets outside the country worth €50,000 or more, you are legally obliged to inform Spain's finance ministry. But you'll need to hurry: the deadline is Monday April 30th.
Tourism continues to be a bright spot for Spain's economy with Easter bringing plenty of visitors to the country. The number of American tourists was up by more than a third.
Spain's economy will shrink by between 1.0 percent and 1.5 percent this year, Economy Minister Luis de Guindos said in an interview published Monday in the Wall Street Journal.
Barcelona's Xavi Hernandez has said he expects superstar Lionel Messi will be fit for Tuesday's Champions League semi-final, first leg at Bayern Munich, despite the Argentine labouring with a hamstring injury.
Spain, the main gateway into Europe for cocaine and hashish, has intensified its fight against drug trafficking by groups which continually shift their tactics to keep their access to the lucrative European market.