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The City of Buenos government passed yesterday a bill modifying its transportation code by increasing the legal punishment for what they call “illegal transport.” Even though the bill reaches, for example, school bus drivers who decide to use their vehicle …

The political news cycle was abuzz on Tuesday night after social leader Juan Grabois was detained in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Constitución, during a protest calling for the release of Senegalese street vendors and activists from another social organization …

All subway lines are operating normally today, following the release of all 16 union members who were detained yesterday as a result of clashes with police forces. The union members, however, will continue to implement measures of force to give …

If you have to move around Buenos Aires City today, better plan ahead. Not only due to the buckets rain that is already falling – we know how that can cancel absolutely everything in Argentina – but also because various …

As students in the City of Buenos Aires begin the fifth week of occupation in their high schools in protest of the city government’s educational reform project, the controversy is spending much more time under the national spotlight and has …

A handful of teachers have set up a tent-like structure mimicking the façade of a school in front of Argentina’s Congress building, after receiving permission from the government. The “inauguration” of the mobile school, which around ten teachers spent last …

Plazas across the city have been overflowing with bags of green waste over the past few days as the huge green recycling points dotted around the city remained closed over the weekend.

The 30 “green points” were inaugurated in 2014 …

Yesterday an injunction presented by auditor Facundo Del Gaiso was upheld effectively putting the Subte ride price increases scheduled to come into effect today on hold. So good news to commuters: the cost of your underground ride will not be …

Despite the chilly autumnal breezes sweeping across the City of Buenos Aires causing you to turn your collar to the wind, there is a place where you can find the climes you were used to two months ago.

With many …

The internet has claimed victims all over the place, from print media to maps, blind dating to politely disagreeing with someone – the world-wide-web has killed off a lot, rendering them obsolete and confining them to the history books.

But …