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Paddleboard pooches: Dogs take to the waves for surf race
A paddle surf race with your canine companion might sound like fun, but it demands a well-trained pooch who'll stay still on the board while you race.
Meet the team who are preserving marine life in Mallorca
"Posidonia is extremely important because it's basically the lung of the Mediterranean".
25-tonne humpback whale dies off coast of Valencia
A dying humpback whale measuring 12 metres long and weighing around 25 tonnes appeared off the coast of Tavernes de la Valldigna coast
Real Madrid fans celebrate 14th Champions League win
Real Madrid fans jump and sing in the Spanish capital and in St-Denis.
King Felipe attends the military parade for Armed Forces Day
This year, Spain's biggest military celebration is back in its biggest version with a parade presided over by King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia.
Spain's Doñana National Park under threat as groundwater pumping continues
UNESCO Heritage Site, Doñana National Park is drying out as rising temperatures, reduced rainfall and the pumping of groundwater for intensive agricultural purposes shrink the region’s aquifer. The wetlands are home to a variety of flora and fauna and also support many endangered migratory birds.
Spain vows legal reforms in wake of spying allegations
The country’s National Intelligence Center, or CNI, has been under fire since April after digital rights group Citizen Lab alleged that the phones of more than 60 Catalan politicians, lawyers and activists had been hacked with controversial spyware.
Ukrainian refugees bring new life to Spain's rural villages
Small abandoned villages in Spain’s depopulated regions have become home to mothers and children fleeing the war in Ukraine.
Spanish diver saves 12-metre humpback whale in 'daring' rescue mission
32-year-old marine biologist and diver Gigi Torras said the experience was 'incredible'.
Former king Juan Carlos meets Felipe VI to conclude return to Spain
It is the first time Juan Carlos met his son since he went into exile in the United Arab Emirates in 2020.
Spain endures record heatwave as May to be hottest month in 100 years
As Spain endures unusually high temperatures for the season, scientists warn heatwaves and intense temperatures may be here to stay.
Mallorca: Travellers in for hellish summer thanks to staff shortages
Passengers at Mallorca’s Palma airport have suffered horror delays this month - but with recruitment stalling, things may still get worse.
Former king's first return to Spain in two years ignites debate
He went to the United Arab Emirates in 2020.
Performers take to the streets for Madrid's flamenco festival
Flamenco dancers are emerging from indoor venues into the bright Madrid sunshine for the 6th edition of the city's flamenco festival. Restricted during the pandemic, organisers want to bring the art form onto the streets and closer to the people.
Spain-Morocco land borders reopen for the first time in two years
The European Union's only land border with Africa had been closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and a diplomatic crisis between Madrid and Rabat.
Driver killed after cargo and passenger trains collide near Barcelona
Dozens of others were injured in the incident, which occurred during rush hour on Monday evening.
Spain unveils plans to be first in Europe for paid 'menstrual leave'
The draft law gives workers suffering acute period pain as much time off as they need, with the state social security system - not employers - footing the bill.
Bloody good policy? The countries that have tried menstrual leave
As Spain debates days off work for period pain, here’s a list of the countries that already tried offering "menstrual leave".
Ibiza shuns beach club parties in favour of green tourism
Ibiza could be set to ditch its nightlife image, as new sustainability legislation provides a pathway for a greener future in the Balearics.
Spain's intelligence chief dismissed over Pegasus spyware scandal
The agency has been under fire for spying on Catalan separatists and also failing to discover that Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez had been hacked.
Spain: Unmissable local festivals back for 2022
Where to go in Spain for 10 of the country’s most unique festivals, from Catalonia’s human towers to paella tasting and Rioja wine fights.
Barcelona: Mapping Show on the facade of Gaudi's Casa Batlló
The famous modernist building Casa Batlló in Barcelona - a masterpiece of Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi - illuminated its unique façade with a video mapping projection on Saturday night May 7th, which attracted more than 47,000 people.
Several migrants feared dead off coast of Spain's Canary Islands
Spanish authorities rescued thirteen people in the Atlantic Ocean on Monday but many more remain missing.
Explosion at Madrid building leaves two workers dead, 18 injured
At least 18 others were injured in the blast, including one person in a serious condition.
Dancers flee war in Ukraine and join Spain's National Dance Company
Several Ukrainian ballet professionals are now part of Spain's National Dance Company after leaving Ukraine because of the Russian invasion.
Three German fugitives arrested in Spain over money laundering scheme
The suspects had been on the run from German authorities since 2021, Europol said.