The investigation into the corruption of the council and mayor of Catalunya's Sabadell deepens as accusations of public funding fraud arise (read story here). Maintained by many to be the most significant photography exhibition of the year, The World Press Photo has arrived in Barcelona with 156 photos being displayed, dealing with issues such as war, natural disaster and substance abuse (read story here). Snow will fall across approximately 300 metres of the north-east of Spain today, and 33 provinces are now on alert for extreme wind and snowfall (read story here).
FC Barcelona beat Basque team Alavés with a score of 3-1 at Camp Nou last night, continuing their reign as the top team of La Liga (read story here). It has been suggested that recent restrictions imposed by the City Council regarding the movement and parking of tourist buses around the Sagrada Família has led to the 10% decrease in the number of visitors to Gaudí's masterpiece (read story here). President of the Generalitat of Catalunya Artur Mas and leader of the second most powerful party, Oriol Junqueras, have met for the first time following the 25-N elections at a meeting that has been described as 'cordial' (read story here).
Catalan artists and intellectuals meet with members of the French press to speak about the idea of Catalan independence, and recommend they take interest in an independent Catalunya as it "may become a new neighbour of France" (read story here)