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Articles by Georgia Lee

Many of us know the struggle of slow internet in Argentina, but the CABASE Internet Index report, published by the Argentine Internet Chamber has underscored just how bad connections are. In fact, four out of ten fixed internet connections in …

Argentina’s Transport Minister, Guillermo Dietrich, received a lot of backlash from a comment three months ago, conveying that “in Iguazú [tourists] go there due to the rise of the dollar”. With the economical vulnerability in Argentina and the IMF …

While Argentina may be the country with the most pets per capita, it does not, however, fare well when it comes to protecting these animals. According to the province’s Veterinary College, there are around six million domesticated animals in

After North American company Ocean Infinity was awarded the contract to locate the missing ARA San Juan submarine last month, its ship will sail to the port of Comodoro Rivadavia; with aim to arrive on September 10th.

Spokespeople from the …

As of next year, all registered taxis will be obliged to accept credit and debit cards as a valid payment method. In the next few days, the proposed bill that incorporates this technology will be sent to the BA City …

As many of us know firsthand, getting your cell phone stolen is part of the experience living in Buenos Aires, but new proposals hope to see robberies reduced in the near future. As of yesterday, all phones that are reported …

For those gourmands who missed out on the competition for the best milanesa in Buenos Aires, or vote for the best burger, look no further. The race for the best parrilla returns to the city at the end of this …

After a woman spotted a hand grenade lying on the sidewalk on Armenia street, between Paraguay and Charcas, the authorities were alerted to the threat in the Palermo neighborhood this afternoon.

The MK 2 grenade, or pineapple hand grenade, was …

For all you art-lovers out there, take note. In September, Buenos Aires will be hosting some of the most important national and international exhibits. From photography fairs to parties, porteños and foreigners alike will have the opportunity to enjoy a …

After stealing Brazil’s position as top destination for tourists in South America, Argentina is at it again – with Buenos Aires being awarded the superlative of most liveable city in Latin America, according to The Economist’s Global Liveability Index