Making the news headlines in Barcelona today are the following stories:
LA VANGUARDIA (Castilian / Catalan)
The Generalitat is to announce a third round of spending cuts under pressure from the Spanish government; Barcelona's city council is exploring ways of collaborating with the Circuit of Catalunya to create stronger links with the race-track and help it with its current financial problems; Spanish economics minister asks European Central Bank for help with external audit of banking sector.
EL PERIODICO (Castilian / Catalan)
Europe asks Spain to create a fund to shore up the banking sector, which could be used to recapitalise banks in case of such need; Primary school in Gràcia has been in temporary buildings for three years and there is no project on the horizon to build a permament building; the Generalitat's interior minister, Felip Puig, doesn't think that the indignados will be in Plaça Catalunya for an extended period of time.
EL PUNT-AVUI (Catalan)
More 'indignados' protestors have been arrested in Madrid, as police evict campers from the city's Plaza del Sol; the Generalitat's education minister Irene Rigau is making the system of teacher substitutions more flexible.