Ryanair cancels just 14 Spanish flights on first two days of September strikes

But airline Vueling and state rail operator Renfe have cut hundreds of journeys this weekend due to stoppages planned for one of the busiest travel times of the year


Why most recyclable construction waste is being dumped illegally in Spain

Experts say that just one-fourth of trash from building sites is ending up in the hands of authorized management companies, even though much of it can be reused “infinitely”


Spanish industry feels the strain of global economic slowdown

Issues such as the ongoing China-US trade war are making it unlikely that the sector will reach its goal of contributing 20% of GDP


Life in a Chucky costume in Madrid’s Puerta del Sol

In the landmark square, around 30 people dress up as different characters to earn around €50 a day