Barcelona scooter pair filmed pulling suitcase

Barcelona scooter pair filmed pulling suitcase

A couple has been filmed pulling along a suitcase on a busy Barcelona street while riding a motorcycle, daredevil drivers or risky road users? Or perhaps just the latest "annoying tourist behaviour" to hit Spain’s second city.

Spain’s €1bn airport sells for bargain €10,000

Spain’s €1bn airport sells for bargain €10,000

A Chinese company has bought Spain’s infamous "ghost airport" of Ciudad Real for a bargain price of €10,000 ($10,900).

Airlines urged to enforce psychological testing

Airlines urged to enforce psychological testing

Europe's aviation watchdog recommended changes on Friday, including that two people be present in plane cockpits at all times, after a lone rogue pilot reportedly deliberately crashed a Germanwings jet in March, killing all 150 people on board.

In pics: Spain celebrates patron saint of seafarers

In pics: Spain celebrates patron saint of seafarers

Thousands of Spaniards took to the sea on Thursday to pay homage to the Virgen del Carmen, the patron saint of sailors and fishermen.

Lifeguard drones to patrol Spanish beaches

Lifeguard drones to patrol Spanish beaches

A pilot scheme in Spanish resorts will see drone lifeguards patrolling beaches and going to the aid of stricken bathers.

New mayors vow to rid Spain of Franco ghosts

New mayors vow to rid Spain of Franco ghosts

On the 79th anniversary of the outbreak of the Civil War, Spain’s new mayors are making a dedicated push to rid the nation of the long shadow cast by fascist dictator Francisco Franco.

Blind drivers get behind the wheel on F1 track

Blind drivers get behind the wheel on F1 track

Scores of blind and partially-sighted people got behind the wheel Thursday and sped around a former Formula One racetrack in what organisers said was the first such rally in Spain.

Madrid press website slammed as ‘totalitarian’

Madrid press website slammed as ‘totalitarian’

Madrid's new left-wing city hall drew fire on Thursday for launching a website to correct erroneous media reports about it, which critics and rivals branded a "totalitarian" affront to press freedom.