How to share news tips with The Local Spain

Some of our stories come straight from the horse's mouth. Our readers are The Local's on-the-ground correspondents. Find out how to share stories, and remain anonymous.

How to share news tips with The Local Spain

The Swiss man who started his own quirky funeral business in Valencia.

The US marathon runners in Madrid who paid tribute to those who lost their lives in Boston in April of last year.

The German businesswoman who began a ‘nearshoring’ venture to help Spanish IT professionals find work abroad.

These are just some of the stories The Local Spain ran in 2013 which were based on tip-offs from our readers.

We'd like 2014 to be the year in which citizen journalism really takes off on our site.

We are here to provide you with the latest news, trends and work ideas but your ‘expat’ input will prove invaluable.

You are more than welcome to contact us with potential news stories.

If you want to remain anonymous, we suggest that you make contact by phone.

Whether it be housing, untoward business practices, politics or simply your thoughts about an odd cultural quirk.

You can also use the hashtag #localleads on Twitter to lead us to the information.

Please remember to have a clear focus, rather than ramble, and be ready, when possible, to help us back up your claims or suggest ways for us to look into the information you are providing.

We look forward to hearing from you. 

¡Feliz 2014!

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