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Spanish photographer Colita has become the second artist in just over a week to reject an award from Spain’s Education and Culture Ministry this autumn amid discontent over government policies for the arts.
An angry bank customer who jumped over a counter and helped himself to €5 ($6.20) he felt was owed to him after account charges wiped out his bank balance has been sentenced to two years behind bars.
The driver of a public bus in Vitoria on Thursday refused to allow a woman on board because she was wearing a Muslim veil which covered her face, the latest flare up in the Basque city over tolerance of Islamic customs.
A local politician with Spain's ruling Popular Party has caused outrage after launching a Facebook assault on the leader of Podemos, a radical party which is threatening to cause a major upset in next year's general elections.
Spain's Princess Cristina will stand trial on charges of tax fraud but accusations of money laundering against her have been dropped, judges in Majorca announced on Friday, although she could still avoid being the first royal to face court.
Ambulance staff in the southern city of Cádiz have splashed out on their own Ebola protection suits, saying the garments they were provided with weren't up to the job.
The bishop of the Spanish city of San Sebastián was on Thursday surprised by a thief who asked for money from the clergyman before making off with his episcopal ring.
Just three days out from Sunday's symbolic vote in Catalonia on the issue of independence from the rest of Spain, Madrid on Thursday said it was prepared the vote to go ahead as long as it was organized by private groups and not public bodies.