Spaniards are predicted to abstain from voting in record numbers in this Sunday's EU elections despite compelling reasons to cast their ballet. Here The Local speaks to Euro candidate Lucas Calvo about why every vote still counts.
The controversial former leader of Germany's far-right National Democratic Party has made a new life for himself by opening a pub on the Spanish holiday island of Majorca with his wife, a local paper reported on Wednesday.
A shirtless and barefoot 43-year-old man stole an ambulance carrying four passengers on Monday in the small Spanish town of Vélez-Malaga by pretending to be a secret agent.
A 43-year old Atlético Madrid supporter has kicked politics into touch by successfully using the European Declaration of Human Rights to dodge electoral duty and attend the Champions League final instead.
Spain's royal family launched their new Twitter account on Tuesday and are already asking users to be "correct" and "well-mannered" when leaving comments.
A heated debate over history broke out on Tuesday as the mayors of Spanish cities Huelva and Seville bickered over the real location of Christopher Columbus's departure point on his journey to discover the Americas.
A major bullfight in Madrid was forced to end early for the first time in 35 years on Tuesday night after all three 'matadors' were gored and seriously injured by the bulls.
It has taken several days but the top European elections candidate for Spain's ruling Popular Party (PP) on Tuesday finally apologized for 'sexist remarks' he made about his socialist counterpart.
Tax officials have handed magistrates a report proving that the king of Spain's son-in-law, Iñaki Urdangarin, dodged €240,000 ($329,000) in taxes in 2007 and 2008, a document which could be key in finally putting an end to the long-running corruption scandal involving his business affairs.
The number of permanent immigrants entering Spain plummeted by over 20 percent in 2012, figures published by the OECD on Tuesday reveal.