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The End

Iberosphere calls it a day after three-and-a-half years


Astute readers may have noticed the lack of updates on the site in recent weeks. This was not only due to the summer lull, but also to the fact that we have been considering Iberosphere’s future. And as a result, we have decided to close the project down; the website will still exist and articles will still be available to read, but no new material will be posted on it.

There are several reasons for this decision, but the main one is the time and energy the site requires, in order for it to keep growing. With other journalism-related commitments, it is increasingly difficult for us to keep Iberosphere going at the rate we would like. So for now, at least, it’s farewell.

We would like to thank all our contributors and also the readers who have supported us since we launched in 2010 and who were the reason for us to keep offering our take on Spain and Portugal’s news issues.

We wish you well.

Guy Hedgecoe & Andrew Eatwell


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Published: Aug 16 2013
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5 Comments for “The End”

  1. Will miss you – there isn’t really another site to take your place. Thanks for all the info, it has helped with my ‘move to Spain research.

  2. That’s a shame, I admired your efforts to add a bit of depth to the otherwise shallow pool of expat news in Spain. Good luck with your future endeavours..

  3. Sad to read your closing, I’ve enjoyed reading your stories on Spain from the other side of the world, good on you both for giving it a go. Hope your back in one form or another soon. Good luck. Jaime

  4. Thanks guys for the good effort. It’s a shame I only came across your site today – but I will certainly read your back catalogue of stories over the next few weeks.

    Nadie sabe lo que vale el agua hasta que falta

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