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The hottest Argentine telenovela of the summer – and I’m not talking about the struggle to not melt while living with what feels like two million degrees and extended power outages – has reached an early conclusion. Buenos Aires Province …

Yes, we know it’s January. And we know the presidential elections are more than nine months away. But this is Argentina, which means that at the moment one election is over, speculation about the strategy each party will adopt for …

Airbnb has released its round-up of the top destinations to visit in 2019, and Argentina has made the cut. In a list that also features Wakayama (Japan) Mozambique, and Kaikoura (New Zealand), Buenos Aires Province has been selected as …

A fire in a police station located in the district of Esteban Echeverría in the Buenos Aires Province has so far resulted in the death of eight people who were being detained there. Four others are injured, one in critical …

On Sunday, local news site El Destape released testimonies of two people rejecting having contributed to the Cambiemos campaign, even though the political coalition had formally informed that they had. The event, currently being investigated by three different courts, is …

The journalist investigations looking into whether the Cambiemos coalition laundered money for the 2017 midterm elections through fake contributions made by oblivious citizens – many of whom were social welfare recipients – continues adding evidence. This weekend, journalists from El …

On Sunday, local news site El Destape brought to light an audio clip of a conversation with Tierra del Fuego National Deputy Gastón Roma in which he admitted to laundering campaign money for the Cambiemos coalition through fake contribution made

Thursday morning, an issue with Buenos Aires’ high voltage system left thousands without electricity across Capital Federal and southern areas of the Greater Buenos Aires province.

Across social media, hundreds have complained of several neighborhoods throughout the city being left

The Buenos Aires Province’s Labor Ministry is set to impose a multi-million peso fine on its primary teachers union, Suteba, as a result of its refusal to abide by a legal resolution compelling it to refrain from striking this week.…

Update: 

On Saturday, Roberto Baradel—SUTEBA’s representative in the negotiations with Vidal’s government—stated that he wouldn’t comply with the Labor Ministry’s suspension of the teachers union strike.

The UDOCBA, SADOP, UDA, and AMET teachers unions across Buenos Aires stated that they