Bus driver attacked defending women from sexual harassers

Bus driver attacked defending women from sexual harassers

A bus driver tried to stop a group of men who were harassing female passengers. But then the men turned on him.

What’s on: March 2016

What’s on: March 2016

From Holy Week celebrations to the Barcelona marathon, The Local takes a look at what's on in March.

Could technology be killing off Spain’s sociable mealtimes?

Could technology be killing off Spain’s sociable mealtimes?

A new study has revealed that an incredible 90 percent of Spaniards eat dinner in front of the television, while lunches are becoming shorter and lonelier.

Spain’s radical protesters to be commemorated in Madrid

Spain’s radical protesters to be commemorated in Madrid

They rocked the political establishment and spawned Spain's now-third biggest party. But not everyone is happy about the plans to honour Spain's "indignants".

This language school’s secret? A good bottle of wine

This language school’s secret? A good bottle of wine

In this week's My Spanish Career, The Local chats to Brit Jane Spivey, founder of Two Birds Languages - a language school with a difference.

Two dead and thousands lose power in Spain snow storms

Two dead and thousands lose power in Spain snow storms

Two hikers were found dead and thousands have been hit by blackouts due to strong winds and snow storms across Spain.

Why this Spaniard wants Britain to stay in the EU

Why this Spaniard wants Britain to stay in the EU

Spanish author Alberto Letona tells The Local why Britons would be denying their entire history if they voted for Brexit.