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Yet again, teachers unions and authorities from Buenos Aires Province’s administration failed to reach an agreement regarding salary increases. However, if there were to be  a silver lining to this whole ordeal, it would be the fact that despite the …

The second day of the teachers’ strike is underway, and, considering how tense things are between unions and the provincial governments (with whom they have to negotiate their salary increases for this year), an agreement still seems to be far, …

Argentina’s current political administration keeps trying (really hard) to convince us that Cambiemos politicians are real live human beings just like us. After The President’s failed attempt to make us believe he was riding a bus in Pilar, it …

Lesson learned. Just because you care about the environment doesn’t mean you should be trusted. Representatives from COLCIC, a charity set up to prevent pollution and flooding, caused a stir when they announced that their volunteers had found eight bodies …

Buenos Aires Governor María Eugenia Vidal is basically living in poverty. OK, that’s an exaggeration but compared to other allies of President Mauricio Macri she basically has no money. Her assets add up to AR$740,000, which is 0.67 percent …

The government has come out loud and clear on this: the doctor who was detained after killing the man who was trying to rob him is the real victim in the case. At least that’s what Security Minister Patricia Bullrich …

Buenos Aires Province Governor María Eugenia Vidal — the first women and non-Peronist to hold the office since 1987 — opened the province’s 144th legislative session yesterday evening. In honor of the event, she delivered a speech in

Yesterday, approximately 2,000 people were evicted from 60 hectares of land in Merlo, Buenos Aires Province, and those people’s non-permanent housing was destroyed during a forceful police eviction of the area. The settlers had begun squatting the area back in …

Following the recent escape and recapture of the Lanatta brothers and Schillaci (aka national panic), attention is once again being drawn to the shortcomings of the current state of the Buenos Aires Province — as well as the national — …

With 61 percent of votes counted, Cambiemos candidate for Buenos Aires Province Governor  María Eugenia Vidal is over five points ahead of Victory Front (FpV) candidate and current Cabinet Chief Aníbal Fernández leading by 39.79 percent to 34.7 percent in