Builder jailed for Seven Years for fraud
Building permit applications were repeatedly denied by Palma City Council.
Where to go and What to see
Cruise ships in port, daily markets to visit and films to see in English.
Events in Majorca on Saturday / Sunday
The Mushroom Fair continues in Mancor de la Vall, Jorge Blass performs at Palma Auditorium and there are lots of Christmas events in Palma.
Spanish government’s resorts investment is confirmed in Palma
The scheme envisages the spending of five million euros on modernising resorts in Majorca, 1.6 million in Ibiza and 1.4 million in Minorca.
Inquest into death of British woman finally concludes
Although Monique told the coroner she was grateful her sister had been found, she said her mind was still not at rest as she had no idea how she had died.
EMT call off planned industrial action
EMT says it will continue to modernise to improve conditions.
Majorcan wine wins silver at Effervescents du Monde 2019
José L. Ferrer wineries was awarded a silver medal at the 15th International Effervescents du Monde 2019.
Underage driver arrested on Via Cintura
The car was being driven at night with no lights on.
A new LGTBI community centre for Palma
Palma City Council is also planning events and social initiatives.
All Palma EMT buses to allow dogs from 2020
Dogs have been allowed on some bus routes for free.
Workers unions plan Petrol Station strikes for December
The industrial action will affect more than 11,000 petrol stations nationwide.
The show must go on
Anna Nicholas’s Majorca-based debut crime novel, The Devil’s Horn, is out now. It’s available at all good bookshops locally such as Come In, Universal, El Corte Ingles and via Amazon.
Let it snow, let it snow!
We all keep a look out in the winter for the Accentors and the Hawfinch, but from time to time a rare vagrant turns up that mixes in with the Chaffinches, and is therefore my chosen bird of the week, the Brambling.
Murray a doubt for Britain's clash with Spain
The 32-year-old Murray, who returned from hip surgery in June, made heavy weather of beating 79th-ranked Dutchman Tallon Griekspoor on Wednesday.
Nadal rescues Spain but heartbreak for Djokovic's Serbia
The revamped competition, featuring 18 nations in one venue for the first time, has been notable for long, sometimes chaotic days but also for exhilarating action.
Corbyn and expatriates
While the Boris brigade has failed to be forthcoming on expats, Labour has.