Monday
December 5, 2016

by Agustina Larrea

Housing, unemployment, healthcare, pollution, infant mortality rates, even life expectancy — there’s a world of difference between the thriving north and forgotten south of Buenos Aires

“When the City government neglects our neighbourhood it has concrete consequences: our kids are dying. Literally,” says Natalia Quinto, activist and member of the La Boca neighbourhood group La Boca resiste y propone (“La Boca resists and proposes”), an organisation that was set up some years ago after the brutal murder of Gonzalo, a 15-year-old that lived in the area.

• A look behind the statistics, by Santiago del Carril • EDUCATION IN FOCUS: Differences between the north and the south, by A.L. • It’s prim (not grim) up north — a visit to the luxurious, vacation-esque part of BA, by Mariano Melamed • La Palmera, by M.M.

OAS chief piles further pressure on Macri gov’t over jailed Túpac Amaru leader

Almagro joins chorus calling for Milagro Sala’s release


Germán Fontanini, model

Life out of a suitcase

by Sorrel Moseley-Williams

• Solange Serquis — A design for life

By Tomás Brockenshire






Mario Riorda, political strategy and communication specialist

‘The government is coming across many veto players’






Accessories to murder

James Neilson

Accessories to murder

Sometimes it’s Argentina that’s boring

Michael Soltys / Senior Editor

Sometimes it’s Argentina that’s boring

Presidential pokesman

Gene Weingarten

Presidential pokesman


By Liliana Palermo

By Liliana Palermo

Challenging times: The Herald's 140th anniversary

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