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Truth of Spanish gender-violence revealed in ground-breaking survey

Disturbing stats and spate of Andalucian domestic murders casts a dark shadow over International Women's Day

Spain to fortify North African borders to deter more migrants

The Spanish government has announced a €2.3 million plan to fortify the borders of Ceuta and Melilla

Gibraltar’s future in EU questioned by proposed referendum

A UK opt-out could force Gibraltar to leave the EU against its wishes

And introducing our new man in Madrid

New British ambassador arrives in Madrid

Pension warning for ex-pats

New EU law requires amended bank details for EU ex-pats

Expat pension bonus

Europe--wide scheme could cut pension transfer costs

Why are Spanish waters awash with stinging jellyfish? Best ask the fishermen

A closer look at overfishing and its consequences. By Claire Wilson

EU backs gaming industry on the Rock

Online gaming companies to avoid EU tax crackdown

EU backs campaigners in calls to change Spain’s mortgage laws

European Parliament has called for changes to Spain's tough eviction laws

We are fighting tax evasion says Gibraltar’s Picardo

Picardo insists the Rock is happy to help the Spanish authorities to root out tax evasion

No cash, no care in Benalmadena

EXCLUSIVE: Security called in after British mother refuses to pay €450 in cash to hospital after her son suffers serious puncture wound to his testicles

New rights for EU flight passengers

No more extortionate fees to change boarding passes, as new regulations are set to improve flying conditions around Europe

Fruit growers fight to safeguard Costa produce

New association to ask EU for protected status

Shark ‘finning’ finally outlawed in Spain

The EU has banned fishermen from slicing off sharks’ fins and discarding their bodies live

Environment least of Europeans’ worries

The planet has come bottom in a poll determining the main things concerning people

Cataluna would become EU’s 12th richest ‘country’

Catalan president Artur Mas makes claim amid continued push for independence

Incompetent or what?

ADIOS BART! In his last column for the Olive Press, before returning to politics, Bartie discusses Spain’s current economic woes

A tight spot

Expenses policy of many town halls is a good example of why Spain is facing economic turmoil

‘We will defend the waters’, says Spanish agriculture minister

Miguel Arias Canete said the government would continue to support the rights of fishermen in La Linea and Algeciras

Do you use coffee granules to stop slugs?

Using home-made methods to control pests could be breaking the law

Spain faces bailout delay

EU forces Spanish government to wait for €30 billion cash injection

ERE fraud investigation reveals missing files

Transactions to be studied after Junta ‘loses’ 175 cases in fraud scandal

Families in Andalucia ‘living off €400 a month’

As the recession worsens, families struggle to make ends meet

Spanish Prime Minister receives support from Angela Merkel

Pressure grows on Spain to reveal details of banking reforms as bailout rumours refuse to disappear

Iran stops oil exports to Spain

The halt is a pre-emptive response to a EU embargo planned for July 1

Spain is Europe’s worst polluter, says EU study

Spain failed an embarrassing three out of four criteria tests