A town near Barcelona has announced that it is putting its pigeons on contraceptives in order to reduce the growing population of feathered fiends.
Activists are gathering on Monday to protest gender violence after a woman reported that a man raped her while his friends stood by laughing during the San Fermin running of the bulls fest in Pamplona.
A regional deputy of Spanish anti-austerity party Podemos on Monday branded Greece's deal with eurozone creditors a "financial coup d'Etat" against Athens and the governing Syriza party, allies of Podemos.
A Spanish bakery is determined to become the first in the world to deliver its bread by a fleet of drones.
More than half of Catalonians say they are fearful that new left-wing Barcelona mayor Ada Colau has put the city’s ability to attract investors in danger with her reforms, according to a new poll.
Tragedy struck the European Balloon Festival in Spain on Sunday, when a balloon pilot died while saving the rest of his passengers during a crash.
Spanish Prime Minister, Mariano Rajoy, denied on Monday that this weekend’s meeting of Eurozone leaders had been "revenge" against Greece for calling a referendum.
A blaze in a retirement home in northern Spain overnight left eight people dead and 11 hurt, the regional government said on Sunday.
UPDATE: Eurozone leaders have reached a deal in Brussels after an all-night negotiation to establish preconditions for a new financial aid programme for Greece.
Real Madrid's emblematic captain and goalkeeper Iker Casillas is set to leave the club for FC Porto after 25 years during which he won everything in the game with the Spanish giants.
A Swedish man in his forties has been arrested by Spanish police on suspicion of murdering a woman near the town of Calella, north of Barcelona.