Could this be Spain’s own Maggie Thatcher?

Could this be Spain’s own Maggie Thatcher?

Esperanza Aguirre has resigned over fresh allegations of illegal party financing in the Madrid region. The Local takes a look at Spain's answer to the Iron Lady.

Could Netflix be on its way to Spain?

Could Netflix be on its way to Spain?

Rumour has it that the streaming service could be coming to Spain as soon as this Autumn as major TV manufacturers prepare their products for compatibility.

Spain’s Iron Lady is back and she means business

Spain’s Iron Lady is back and she means business

Two and half years after announcing that she was retiring from active politics, Esperanza Aguirre, the Spanish answer to Margaret Thatcher, is back and she is already making trouble

Spanish politics now a four horse race:poll

Spanish politics now a four horse race:poll

A new poll shows that bipartisan politics is firmly a thing of the past, as Spain’s two new political parties viewed as real contenders.

‘It’s never too late to get work experience abroad’

‘It’s never too late to get work experience abroad’

The Local talked to Stefano Modestini, creator of Goeurope.es, a website whose goal is to help young - and not so young - people find work experience abroad.

Dolphin trainer accused of abuse found dead

Dolphin trainer accused of abuse found dead

A dolphin trainer accused of mistreating animals in Mallorca has been found dead in an apparent suicide, with colleagues telling The Local that he was hounded to his death.

Scot to lead Gibraltar into clash with Scotland

Scot to lead Gibraltar into clash with Scotland

Little known Scotsman David Wilson will lead Gibraltar out as their interim head coach at Hampden Park in their Euro 2016 qualifier against Scotland later this month.

Ex-Osasuna president remanded in custody

Ex-Osasuna president remanded in custody

Former Osasuna president Miguel Archanco has been remanded in custody with bail set at €500,000 ($548,000) on Saturday after being arrested on accusations of match-fixing and misappropriation of funds.

Franco symbols live on 40 years after his death

Franco symbols live on 40 years after his death

Four decades after the death of dictator Francisco Franco, Spain has not completely turned the page on his dictatorship as dozens of monuments honouring his regime are still scattered across the country.