Pollensa mayor faces investigation for alleged planning fraud
The investigation centres on payments for building infringements that date back to 2004.
A beautiful day for the Balearics
Fine weather yesterday brought people out to celebrate Balearics Day.
Parliament speaker calls for constitutional reform
"My generation did not vote for it (the Constitution), and I'm not that young any more."
Mortgage value outstripping number of new mortgages
The increase in new mortgages in the Balearics last year was below the national average.
Court overturns Calvia floating waterparks ban
In February 2016, Calvia town hall rescinded a contract for the provision of waterparks in the sea off various beaches.
Porreres finca owner had three loaded shotguns
The investigation into what occurred at the Porreres finca last Saturday is casting doubt on whether Pau R. acted in self-defence.
Anti-terrorism training for Manacor police
"What would happen if a student goes crazy, gets a weapon and plans a massacre? Who stops him?"
Further fall in Balearic unemployment
The unemployment rate of 12.3% was the lowest for a February for ten years.
Boy rescued from the sea in Santa Ponsa
The boy was fishing with two friends when a wave dragged him into the sea.
American cruise lines have come up with a sensible way of alcohol control.