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Talk about an express visit. It took Former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner some twenty minutes this morning to fulfil her day’s requirements over the “Future Dollars” case at the Comodoro Py courthouse. Cristina’s stay back home in Patagonia had

Thinking of buying an apartment in Buenos Aires? Of course not; they are insanely expensive. But just so you know, this distant possibility became even less realistic over the past year.

According to a report released by UADE yesterday, the …

The long awaited second stage of the Metrobus Norte project is now officially open for business. Following six months of construction, the seventh line of the City’s Metrobus network was inaugurated today by City mayor Horacio Rodríguez Larreta. 

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After three sumptuous years filled with a total of 25 events, Le Petit Mercado may well be forced to close up shop and leave a croissant-shaped hole in our lives.

The City of Buenos Aires Government has decided to implement …

Spring has officially sprung, and Buenos Aires is rolling out events, sights and design schemes — the stuff architecture enthusiasts’ dreams are made of. One such event, and one of the most innovative and visually lush celebrations of design and …

Four police officers have been arrested following the kidnapping and murder of local taxi driver Alberto Sarubi in La Matanza.

According to police sources, Sarubi was taken hostage in Capital Federal while working as a taxi driver in his Fiat …

Feeling the need to get the most out of the hot and sunny weather forecast expected for the weekend? It looks like the city has your back and is offering a day outdoors with some gourmet offerings to boot. After …

Hold onto your dachshunds, baby – the Buenos Aires City government has just made it legal to take your pet on the subway.

Come the dog days of summer, subway riders will be able to take their furry friends with …

A family in Buenos Aires needed to earn AR $13,335 in October in order to not to be considered “poor” according to the City’s Statistics Division, seeing a 2.1 percent increase from September. The hypothetical family described features two

The road to hell is paved with good intentions – at least that’s what some ecologists and conservationists are saying about the City’s plans to transform the Buenos Aires Zoo into an “interactive Ecoparque,” — a project which is being …