Coca-Cola boss mocks Christian feminists

Coca-Cola boss mocks Christian feminists

Coca-Cola Spain has slammed a Christian group that demanded the drinks company pull its advertising from a reality TV show which featured a woman being bathed in chocolate.

Foreigners buy big in stagnant property market

Foreigners buy big in stagnant property market

One in six properties sold in Spain in the second quarter of 2013 was bought by foreigners, new figures released by Spain's Ministry of Development on Wednesday show.

‘Priest oral sex video not a hoax’: Police

‘Priest oral sex video not a hoax’: Police

Spanish Police have announced that a video released last May showing a priest receiving oral sex from a young man in a forest is indeed real.

Credit squeeze strangling Spanish business: WEF

Credit squeeze strangling Spanish business: WEF

Spain has taken 35th place in the latest World Economic Forum (WEF) global competitiveness rankings, better than the result it achieved 12 months ago, but the forum says the country's credit squeeze is hampering innovation and growth.

Homeless tour guides reveal secret Barcelona

Homeless tour guides reveal secret Barcelona

A Barcelona-based social enterprise group is recruiting homeless people to give guided tours to tourists in the Catalan capital.

Pau-less Spain still EuroBasket favourites

Pau-less Spain still EuroBasket favourites

Two-time reigning champions Spain are still the favourites to win the 2013 European Basketball Championships despite the absence of some of their key NBA players.

Vulture strike takes out six Spanish cyclists

Vulture strike takes out six Spanish cyclists

Six cyclists were injured in Spain on Sunday, one seriously, after a huge vulture slammed head first into them.

Osasuna sack coach after three matches

Osasuna sack coach after three matches

Spanish side Osasuna fired their coach José Luis Mendilibar on Tuesday after a disappointing start to the season left them bottom of La Liga, the club said.

‘Gibraltar dispute is not over sovereignty’: Spain

‘Gibraltar dispute is not over sovereignty’: Spain

Spain's Foreign Minister insisted in the country's parliament on Tuesday that Gibraltar "has been, is, and will be" a key focus but said frienship with the UK should prevail.

Madrid pins hopes on low-budget Olympic bid

Madrid pins hopes on low-budget Olympic bid

With Madrid finding out on Saturday if it will be hosting the 2020 Olympics, the debt-struck city believes its penny-pinching bid to host the Olympic Games in 2020 will give recession-hit Spain a big economic boost.