The first FabCafe in Spain opened on Thursday, allowing customers to print their own 3D models and watch lasers cut their designs while they sit down with a relaxing cup of café con leche.
Film director Carlos Saura is one of several high-profile figures who think it's a "mistake" for foreign films and series not to be shown in their original language and instead to be dubbed into Spanish.
A mass assault on the border fences of Spain's north-African enclave of Melilla by 800 would-be immigrants chanting "Spain! Spain!" and "Freedom!" was caught on camera by witnesses including celebrity journalist Jordi Évole.
The full scope of Spain's evictions epidemic has been revealed in figures from the General Council of the Judiciary which show that 67,189 people lost their homes in 2013.
Spain's head of police has warned there is a "growth in violence" aimed at "destabilizing the rule of law" in Spain, but many Spaniards think his words are a trumped-up "conspiracy" to justify harsher police powers.
Spanish toll-road operators on the brink of going bust have been offered a lifeline in the form of a nationalization package that would see the state take on €2.4 billion ($3.3 billion) of the €4.6 billion that the companies owe to creditors.
Opponents of new anti-abortion laws currently pending in Spain have used inflatable sex dolls to draw attention to what they describe as "women's rights being trampled by politicians and legislators".
Welfare cuts ordered in the wake of Europe's economic crisis are hitting Spain's poor disproportionately hard, with child poverty rising and people's health at risk, a leading Catholic charity warned on Thursday.