What will be the front page stories in Spain in 2014? And who, or what, will hog the limelight? Here The Local looks ahead at what the country can expect in the year to come.
Spain's Fernando Alonso has sent out a message of support to fellow Formula One driver Michael Schumacher after he was critically injured in a skiing accident in France on Sunday.
Spaniards have taken up more than half of the training places on offer in a new German government programme designed to get young Europeans back to work.
Spanish national newspaper La Gaceta has scrapped its print edition, a spokeswoman said on Monday, as it fights to survive a financing crisis in the recession-damaged country's media.
Spain's Fundéu BBVA language association named its Spanish word of the year on Monday. The winner is a mysterious word which arrived in the country via South America.
Residents of numerous Spanish cities and towns are demanding that 'real black' men be hired to play King Balthazar in their traditional January 5th Christmas parades.
Scenes for the movie version of the best-selling erotic novel Fifty Shades of Grey will be shot on the Spanish island of Tenerife in mid-February, filmmakers have said in a statement.
The eastern Spanish town of Ibi held its annual Enfarinats festival on Saturday, a colourful and messy fiesta which sees revellers launch eggs, flour and firecrackers at each other in a mock coup d’etat.
Spain's foreign ministry plans to take the battle against Catalan independence onto the international stage by distributing a pro-unity book to all of its embassies and consulates worldwide.