GOB claim Es Trenc waste removal was unauthorised
The town hall says that environment agencies were supervising the removal.
Magalluf bars inspected for staff without contracts
Inspectors looking for those without a contract and working black.
What's On today
There are three cruise ships in Palma's port today. Listing of today's and tomorrow's weekly markets and complete guide of Films in English currently showing in Palma and Marratxi.
Temporary closure of Palma runway after plane develops a fault
The runway has been opened once again.
International dressage rider visits Santa Ponsa
International dressage rider Ellie McCarthy enjoys Majorca.
Griff Rhys Jones takes part in Classics regatta starting in Palma on Wednesday
Some forty boats expected at 25th Balearic Islands Classics regatta.
Tourists arrested for suspected rape in Playa de Palma
The two were detained shortly afterwards.
A group of people cook outdoors at Cala Figuera during a day of high risk of fire
Denouncement of people cooking on bonfire.
Balearic Islands at risk of extreme fire
High alert for fire and high waves in the Balearics.
Majorca's Palma airport passport strike is on
Expect chaos at the airport on Saturday August 24 at midnight.
The return of the fig
“Higos frescos”, as they are known in Spain, are one of the oldest known fruits known to man.
Piano In Nineteenth-Century Majorca
Chopin has created a piano link with the past that today manifests itself in not one but two festivals in his honour at the Charterhouse in Valldemossa.
Simply the Best
Majorca might win the holiday battle thanks to its hotels.