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Introducing The New Indy Mobile App

Introducing The New Indy Mobile App

We are delighted to present you with our new mobile app, allowing you to read The Argentina Independent on your Android phone or tablet, wherever you are.

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Argentina’s Pumas Maul The Wallabies in Mendoza

Argentina’s Pumas Maul The Wallabies in Mendoza

Mark Orton says Los Pumas’ morale-boosting 21-17 win over Australia in Mendoza this weekend is a sign of growing momentum for the rejuvenated national rugby team.

Posted in Sport, TOP STORY1 Comment

Author Spotlight: Jessica Talbot

Author Spotlight: Jessica Talbot

Sarah Moses catches up with New Zealand author and psychologist Jessica Talbot, whose new book ‘Picaflor’ describes her search for ‘home’ in South America.

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Things You Learn When You Live In Argentina

Things You Learn When You Live In Argentina

If you spend some time in Argentina as an expat, you will acquire many exotic new facts, some of which you could never have imagined before. Daniel Tunnard helps speed up the learning process…

Posted in Expat, Life & Style, The City12 Comments

The Last Shout: Fashion is Dead, Self-Sufficiency is Born

The Last Shout: Fashion is Dead, Self-Sufficiency is Born

An interview with sociologist Susana Saulquin about her new book ‘The Politics of Appearances’ and her theory that traditional fashion is dead, with a new era of freedom and self-sufficiency on the way.

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Grondona’s Legacy: Life Without The Godfather of Argentine Football

Grondona’s Legacy: Life Without The Godfather of Argentine Football

Rafa López Binaghi analyses how the death of Julio Grondona, AFA president for 35 years, will affect Argentine football, and whether his successors will seize the opportunity for change.

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Indy Eye: Thousands Celebrate Despite Argentina’s World Cup Final Loss

Indy Eye: Thousands Celebrate Despite Argentina’s World Cup Final Loss

Despite losing 1-0 to Germany, tens of thousands took to the streets last night to celebrate Argentina making it to the World Cup final for the first time in 24 years.

Posted in Photoessay, Sport, TOP STORY6 Comments

Club Independiente: After a Season in Hell, What Next?

Club Independiente: After a Season in Hell, What Next?

Independiente has endured a nightmare year on and off the field, but after securing promotion back to the top division can the club regain its former glory? Rafa López Binaghi reports.

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On Now: Feria Puro Diseño

On Now: Feria Puro Diseño

South America’s leading design fair opened yesterday in Buenos Aires, and Agus López Binaghi went along to see what cutting-edge things were on display.

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Verón and Zanetti Call Full Time on Glittering Careers

Verón and Zanetti Call Full Time on Glittering Careers

Mark Orton looks back at the long and illustrious careers of Juan Sebastián Verón and Javier Zanetti, two of Argentina’s most iconic footballers of their generation.

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On the 4th anniversary of the death of former president Néstor Kirchner, we revisit Marc Rogers' 2011 article analysing his legacy.

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