Nearly 50,000 Spanish families lost their homes in 2013, up 11 percent on a year earlier, as the country's economic crisis showed little sign of abating, figures released on Monday show.
Spain's interior ministry has been forced to defend itself against claims of racism after a poster for a home safety campaign appeared to show a group of three black thieves.
Barcelona striker Lionel Messi insisted on Monday he remains committed to the club despite a disappointing trophy-less season but would only stay on as long as it felt "affection" for him.
Only 58.2 percent of people in Spain aged 20 to 64 were working in 2013, the third lowest figure in the European Union, figures released on Monday show.
After 15 years living it up in Spain's capital, Swede Marina Hyytiainen is looking to turn her hobby and her sanctuary into a refreshing career change. The Local talks to her about where there's work in Spain and where sporty Scandinavians should head to on their next holiday.
Hundreds of dead bodies, originally donated to science, have been left to sit at room temperature in the basement of a Spanish university for years, a major Spanish newspaper reported on Monday.
Spain's gaffe-prone Euro candidate Miguel Arias Cañete is making global headlines after he claimed he had gone soft on his socialist rival during a political debate because she was a "defenceless woman".
Just 72 people have signed on to a controversial Spanish 'visa for cash' scheme which grants automatic Spanish residency to people who buy a property worth at least €500,000 ($685,000).
Parts of Spain are currently suffering through their most intense dry spell in a century and a half with Valencia and Alicante among the worst affected regions. Future predictions are not too rosy either, meteorologists warn.
An episode of the hit sci-fi show Dr Who has just been filmed in the volcanic Canary island of Lanzarote.
As few as 43 percent of all Spaniards could vote in the European elections to be held in Spain on Sunday, a new poll suggests.