Supreme Court denies treasure hunter's final bid to keep haul of Spanish coins

Odyssey has practically exhausted appeals in the US Company has waged five-year battle to keep shipwreck treasure

Catalonia to introduce prescriptions co-pay system in May

Regional health service to charge one euro per prescription

JUDGE GARZÓN ON TRIAL
HEALTH

Tobacco laws ineffective in reducing smoker figures

Stricter laws have not brought down numbers Survey shows rise in smokers, to 20 percent of population

Banking crisis

Bank of Spain opens investigation into ex-CAM officials

Probe targets early retirement payoffs

SPORTS

Kings for a day: old foes in cup final

Barcelona and Athletic to play May showpiece Real Madrid reticent to host game in Bernabéu

CINEMA

Raúl Arévalo: “This is an endurance race”

The star on being the most talented actor of his generation and looking like Sean Penn

EDITORIAL

The necessary debate

Rubalcaba provides responsible opposition and Rajoy again fails to pin down his reactivation policy

Train crash in Catalonia injures 10

Driver taken to hospital in serious condition Collision is third accident on Rodalies light rail network in 21 days

EDITORIAL

Inconsistent, even contradictory decision

The prosecution shifts gears in the Gürtel case, by not appealing the acquittal of Camps

FEATURES

The week democracy nearly fell

With hindsight, Spain's transition to free elections after Franco's death seemed inevitable But 35 years ago the fragile process came under sustained attack from extremists Former Interior Minister Rodolfo Martín Villa remembers seven days in January 1977

SPORTS

"Political interference" led to Contador case appeal

World Anti-Doping Agency says it's "delighted" with decision

SPORTS

"The hardest to sell was Mata"

Manuel Llorente has steadied Valencia's finances in two-and-a-half years in charge

Opinion

Political ideas, anyone?

With Chacón at the top of the party, you wouldn't have know what you were voting for

THE ART WORLD MOURNS

"I go hunting for souls, not the masses"

Antoni Tàpies leaves behind him a great legacy as a leader of European informalism The artist was a co-founder of the Dau al Set art movement

JUDGE GARZÓN ON TRIAL

Garzón Franco-crimes trial ends with plaintiff counter-accusation

Far-right group Manos Limpias accuses judge of displaying pro-Republican bias Case against former Communist leader Santiago Carrillo was shelved

URDANGARIN CASE

Probe opened into judge hearing Palma Arena case

General Council of the Judiciary to investigate leaks Inquiry comes after allegations from Jaume Matas's lawyer Magistrate denies wrongdoing

Royal in-law doesn’t want court testimony to be videotaped

Iñaki Urdangarin worried recording will be leaked, sources say