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The two leading candidates of the Buenos Aires gubernatorial election cast their ballots today and now await the results with the rest of the province and country.

Aníbal Fernández – Victory Front (FpV): The gubernatorial candidate for the ruling …

Batten down the hatches, a storm’s-a-brewin’.

The National Weather Service (NWS) released a wind alert for today with gusts that could reach up to 60 kph.

The winds affect mostly Rio de la Plata and the waterfronts of the Northeast …

 

Teacher’s Day may have passed you by last week. It’s held here in Argentina to commemorate the death of Domingo Faustino Sarmiento (see the 50-peso bill), sepia toned ex-President who summoned herculean efforts to reform Argentina’s education system around …

As insecurity in the Buenos Aires province continues to be on the rise, 3000 retired police officers from both the provincial police and penitentiary system might just be dusting off their old boots in an effort to help fight crime.…

As insecurity in the Buenos Aires province continues to be on the rise, 3000 retired police officers from both the provincial police and penitentiary system might just be dusting off their old boots in an effort to help fight crime.…

Inseguridad is a word that you hear often in Argentina, whether it is plastered across the front page of your paper, thrown from the politician’s pulpit or grumbled between two grandmothers at a café. You’ve probably heard it even more …

It’s Friday again!

And, oh, what a week. One of those uneventful weeks in which a lot happened but it’s mostly irrelevant stuff, so you feel like nothing really happened. Yeah, this was one of those weeks.

So here’s a …