Budget airline Ryanair has called on members of the public across Europe to back its new campaign to stop air traffic controllers going on strike, ahead of partial stoppages called by Spain’s air traffic controllers during two weekends in July.
From drag-queen stiletto racing to Rick Astley, this year's Madrid pride promises to be better than ever. The Local takes a look at the highlights.
Its many detractors complain that the new "gag law" introduced today harks back to the repressive days of the Franco regime. Here are a list of its most controversial points.
A heatwave has hit the UK, largely due to a flow of very warm air from southern Europe, and in particular the Iberian peninsula. Meteorologist Peter Inness explains the weather phenomenon.
A man in northern Spain has been fined €1000 ($1,110) for cycling under the influence of alcohol.
The heatwave spreading across Spain and western Europe almost claimed some cattle victims when hay stored inside a barn full of cows spontaneously combusted in the heat.
The Blue Peter legend who was missing for ten hours yesterday on one of the hottest days of the year is said to be recovering well at his home after being found by police in a storm drain.
Ibiza has a new place to see and be seen, a venue that promises to be the 2015 celebrity hang out of the White Island. And of course it comes with a price tag: €100 just to visit the terrace.
The controversial public security law comes into force on Wednesday amid fears that it will limit freedom of speech and the right to peaceful protest.
Spanish police said on Tuesday they had smashed an international drug ring, seizing 3.5 tonnes of cocaine and €9 million ($10 million) during a two-year investigation.