Sencelles murder: accused is sent to prison
He was under the influence of drugs (cocaine) at the time, remembered nothing but knew that he had "ballsed things up".
Political division over Palma illegal street selling
Podemos and Més seem to want to authorise illegal selling, despite it being contrary to law.
Ecological buoys for anchoring over posidonia meadows
The decree will prohibit traditional anchoring except if it is needed for legally permitted activities.
Puerto Pollensa's Seaplane Splash-In is off
The mayor says that the town hall doesn't know why the air force has withdrawn permission.
Moving from Hong Kong to Majorca
Hong Kong-based Norwegian journalist, broadcaster and Mandarin teacher Cecilie Gamst Berg has had enough of Chinese rule.
Murder, immigrants and "touristification": the week in Majorca
There was a brutal murder in Sencelles, there was an assault in Soller, there were illegal immigrants. There was also a new word - "touristification" - and much about tourism quality.
Master plan for Palma's port to be unveiled this summer
"There should be maximum growth of specific port operations, always taking into account the connection with the city."
Fears over effects of dockworkers' renewed strike threat
Dockworkers are due to strike from next Wednesday. Supplies for Majorca could be severely affected.
Protest against "tourist colonialism" in Palma
More than 200 people were dressed as tourists and pulled suitcases behind them.
You can’t afford to sit back in the travel industry. There will always be competition.