23 February 2019
This month sees the most significant criminal trial in Catalonia’s history. We take a look at some of the main points in the process and provide an overview of the key arguments of the political and social leaders
It is a political trial
On trial are members of Carles Puigdemont’s government, the former president of the ANC Jordi Sànchez, the president of Òmnium Cultural Jordi Cuixart, and the former parliament...
Uncertainty about the UK leaving the EU, the rise of the far right, migrations and armed conflicts will mark 2019
Should we return bottles? Is it always better to separate our rubbish? Our special environmental report has all the answers...
Former government ministers and officials, civic leaders and police officers will all face the courts in 2019
Eliminating daylight saving time highlights the need for us to better organise our time and change our everyday habits
2019 will see an end to daylight saving time in Europe with each member state choosing between winter or summer time. In Catalonia, experts recommend the former
A circadian rhythm acts something like an internal timer that determines how our bodies function during a 24-hour period
The Mapfre Foundation examines the complex relationship, of almost love and hate, between the two influential artists at its cultural centre in Casa Garriga Nogués in the Catalan capital
Enric Pladevall’s project to create a sculpture park on his estate in Ventalló includes an underground crypt with a thousand year old olive tree that will be open to the public
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