Making the news headlines in Barcelona today are the following stories:
LA VANGUARDIA (Castilian / Catalan)
FC Barcelona recover their rhythm with 5-1 victory against Valencia at the Camp Nou last night, with four goals from Leo Messi; Spanish prime minister Mariano Rajoy says that he won't make changes to his policy despite protests against his plans - "we'll do what is necessary", he says; Renfe causes controversy with its young person's discount card, with claims that they are only giving discounts up to 25 years old, despite the card's conditions being extended to include those up to 30.
EL PERIODICO (Castilian / Catalan)
The Spanish thriller No habrá paz para los malvados has triumphed at this year's Goyas award, with a total of six prizes including Best Film, Best Director and Best Actor - Pedro Almodovar's film La piel que habito won four prizes; Protest organisation 'Anonymous' took advantage of the Goya award festival to protest against the Ley Sinde; Talks resume today in an attempt to halt planned public transport strike during next week's global mobile phone congress.
EL PUNT-AVUI (Catalan)
Five people have been killed in a head-on collision close to Figueres in the early hours of this morning - four people were also seriously injured; First 'warning' to Mariano Rajoy with widespread protests across Spain against his proposed employment reforms.