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Tourist spending hits a new high in Spain

Tourists in Spain have spent a record sum in the first two months of 2014

Half of Europeans boost their health knowledge with online videos

Most watch videos for information not provided by their doctor, according to survey

BMW runs employment scheme for jobless Spaniards

The firm will hire a group of 25 young workers to be trained at its Munich headquarters

Working worries in Andalucia

Andalucia named as Europe’s second most unemployed region

Spaniards flock to Germany to escape recession

Soaring unemployment has driven a record number of Spaniards to leave the country

Tourists to Spain spent 3.28 billion euros in March, an increase of 13.7%

According to the Tourist Expenditure Survey (EGATUR) the average spend per person was 963 euros and the average spend per day was 110 euros

Malaga miracle worker saves boy’s life on Ryanair flight

New Year's mercy mission for flying Spanish nurse who raced against time to stabilize 10-year-old's condition

Was Madeleine McCann in Ibiza?

Man believes he saw the missing girl on a flight to Germany

Andalucians have lower debt

A recent study shows that the region's debt per capita is lower than most of Europe

Spain’s still glorious!

Spain is off to a slow start in the Olympic standings but maybe we should cut them some slack

Spain hires Germany as ‘Sherpa’

Spaniards to receive German-style on-the-job training to help them land well-paid positions

Spanish youth heads to Germany

OPX editor Wendy Andersen on the Peter Pan syndrome and why the young are being forced to emigrate

German bean sprouts not Spanish cucumbers to blame for deadly E.coli outbreak

Spanish farmers could now see millions in compensation after they were wrongly blamed

Spanish cucumbers are not to blame for the E.coli outbreak

Spain is now seeking compensation

Spain’s killer cucumbers

Andalucian cucumbers are being blamed for a deadly E.coli outbreak that has already left 16 dead and 330 in hospital

EU economy is finally on the up

Strongest growth figures posted for four years thanks to a booming Germany

Spätzle auf Spanisch!

Montejaque and neighbour Benaoján, in the Serranía de Ronda, featured on German TV’s SWR channel this week

Paul the oracle Octopus dies

The psychic Octopus that predicted Spain's World Cup victory has died peacefully in his sleep

The great Andalucian Exodus

Left battered, bruised and in economic ruin after the Spanish Civil War, millions of Andalucians sought a better life in northern Europe, write Andrew Pearce and Paul Whitelock

‘Oracle Octopus’ says ¡Viva La Furia Roja!

German octopus correctly predicted all six outcomes of Germany's World Cup matches. Now, he's picked Spain to lift the cup

Watch out Messi, here we come!

Scores of talented youngsters at an Andalucian football school are turning heads across the world, writes Andrew Pearce

Expat exodus

Hard-hitting survey confirms exit fears

The Germans are back!

Prudent Germans are buying Spanish homes once again, just as Britons are leaving en masse. The Times' Mark Stucklin finds out their secret

Spain’s Kyoto harakiri

As the Copenhagen Summit looms, Spain is EU’s worst offender for emission cuts

The writing was on the wall

Olive Press editor Jon Clarke recalls his visit to witness the fall of the Berlin wall 20 years ago and what the implications would be on both his life and his belief in a united Europe

Scalpel tourists

Expats accused of abusing Spanish health service