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Recycling bins might actually (maybe) fill up to the brim this evening because selective waste collectors are going on strike today.

Twelve urban recycling cooperatives of the City of Buenos Aires are protesting today against the City Government´s initiative to …

A US citizen living in the City of Buenos Aires was arrested for posing as a licensed doctor and sexually abusing female doctors and nurses. He was caught this morning by members of the 29th Precinct in the neighborhood of …

Taxi drivers are protesting against Uber, yet again, in a bid to further pressure the Buenos Aires City Government to definitively block the controversial ride-sharing app. A mass of taxis has been stationed at the Obelisco since 12 PM and …

The government of Buenos Aires Province announced today that it is taking steps to prohibit electronic music festivals and other similar events from taking place until further notice.

Speaking to radio station La Red, Buenos Aires Province Security Minister Cristian …

Residents in the City of Buenos Aires woke up to a blanket of dense fog this morning, which some local media compared to a “London” morning. While we’re not buying into the UK comparison just yet (it’s far too warm!), …

At 4 PM today, the controversial ride-sharing app Uber began operations in the city of Buenos Aires. In response, as Uber began to pick up its first passengers, local taxi drivers blockaded roads across the city in protest. Traffic jams …

Speaking from a press conference at the Casa Rosada this afternoon, Transport Minister Guillermo Dietrich announced new fare increases for public transportation in the capital and Greater Buenos Aires Area.

You many want to grab a tissue box. Here are …

In the City of Buenos Aires, fines are set to go up by 18.4 percent, an increase that corresponds to the higher prices of fuel (city legislation sets the value of fines at the equivalent of half a liter

The political cards are on the table, and there’s a full deck.

With more than twenty mayoral candidates to choose from in the upcoming City primary elections (also known as the PASO [Primarias Abiertas Simultáneas y Obligatorias]) this Sunday, here …