Final polls predict election win for Spanish government in tight race

Final polls predict election win for Spanish government in tight race

Polls published in major Spanish newspapers on Monday suggest the ruling Popular Party will pick up the most seats in Sunday's general election but will fall far short of holding onto the absolute majority it currently enjoys.

WATCH: Scottish cyclist in death-defying ride across Spain’s rooftops

WATCH: Scottish cyclist in death-defying ride across Spain’s rooftops

Watch as Scottish cyclist Danny MacAskill takes an absolutely incredible ride across the rooftops of Las Palmas on the Spanish island of Gran Canaria.

Spanish windmills set to become new home for German supermarket

Spanish windmills set to become new home for German supermarket

In a move that would probably delight the author of Don Quixote, a group of La Mancha-style windmills in Barcelona are set to house a supermarket belonging to the German chain Lidl.

Teenager predicted the collapse of Spain’s green energy giant Abengoa

Teenager predicted the collapse of Spain’s green energy giant Abengoa

A 17-year-old school student detected the renewable energy giant's massive financial problems during an economics project he wrote over a year ago, it has emerged.

Not so sweet: Christmas biscuits renamed to scrap ‘bull torture’ link

Not so sweet: Christmas biscuits renamed to scrap ‘bull torture’ link

A family business in Spain has reluctantly changed the name of its famous El Toro Vega biscuits after customers threatened to boycott the product named after a highly controversial bull lancing event.

Could Europe’s human rights court kill off Spain’s ‘anti-protest’ law?

Could Europe’s human rights court kill off Spain’s ‘anti-protest’ law?

A group of journalists are calling on the EU's top court to quash Spain's controversial 'gag law', claiming it attacks freedom of speech and information.

Spain at odds with Colombia over who owns $2 billion treasure trove

Spain at odds with Colombia over who owns $2 billion treasure trove

Billions of dollars in gold and silver from an 18th century shipwreck have left Spain and former colony Colombia at odds over who rightfully owns the loot.