Catalan bid for Independence

Reporters Without Borders warns of harassment of journalists in Catalonia

Group condemns “insults, intimidation and threats” against media that oppose independence for region

Catalan bid for independence

Catalan government promises 2,315 voting stations and 7,235 volunteers

Ballot boxes are translucent plastic containers apparently sourced from a company in China

Catalan bid for independence

Parents’ groups call for “pajama parties” to keep schools open for Catalan vote

Associations hope activities will ensure voting centers are not shut down for the independence referendum

Catalan bid for independence

Catalonia government makes clear to Madrid that it will disobey over Sunday vote

Regional premier vows to open schools as polling stations so as not to back down “a millimeter in terms of fundamental rights”

Catalan bid for independence

Press conferences on independence referendum to come at a price

Private international broadcasting center handling news on vote charging journalists €10 per head

Tourism industry

Wages of Balearic Islands hospitality workers to rise 17% in next four years

The collective bargaining deal will affect 137,000 people employed in key sector of regional economy


With rising tensions in Catalonia, coexistence must be protected

Harassment of those who are not in favor of the independence movement must immediately cease


El Roto

El Roto cartoon, September 29, 2017



Ros cartoon, September 29, 2017

Grocery stores

Survey reveals Spain’s cheapest (and most expensive) supermarkets

According to a consumer group study, Alcampo is the nationwide chain that helps you save the most