Good morning from Majorca
Morning fog in Majorca will give way to another lovely sunny day on the island with highs of 23 degrees.
Balearics population growth has created a 'new' Palma
Foreign residents account for almost half of the population growth.
Mechanic accused of moped hit-and-run
The mechanic claims he did not drive the car that hit the moped and left the rider seriously injured.
Balearic Travel Agent Bookings Down 50%
Coronavirus causes massive slump in foreign bookings in Majorca.
Nomads triumph on stage and at carnival
The costumes and make-up were paraded at Alcudia’s Carnival on Sunday afternoon. Who got first prize? Nomads.
Canary Islands hotel on lockdown after coronavirus case
Breaking news: 1,000 guests at the hotel affected.
Alcudiamar reduces planned expansion of the dry dock
There has been opposition to any expansion at the marina in Puerto Alcudia.
Balearic medical service handling surge in virus calls
The Balearic government has called a crisis meeting for 2pm today to analyze the current coronavirus situation.
Queen of the Jungle in Majorca sensation
It is unclear how long she will remain on the island.
Retailers calling for consensus on Palma mobility measures
The town hall is accused of making decisions without taking account of the impact.
Freeze sought on new licences for cruise ship docking
Breaking news: the Balearics would be the first region in Spain to adopt such a measure.
Minister promising wide reform of tourism law
Iago Negueruela says that legislative reform will modernise the tourism industry.
Spanish tourism ministry's protocols for coronavirus
Tour operators and travel agents have not had any cancellation of bookings for Spain.
The hills are alive in Majorca
While N. Europe, especially the UK, shivers, Majorca certainly is not catching a cold.
What's on and Films in English on Tuesday / Wednesday
Today ends the carnival events with the burial of the sardine in Inca, Llucmajor, Manacor, Portol and Sa Pobla. Check out the video.
Top tip's of events on Majorca this week
Carnival ends, the funfair opens and its the Balearic Day on Sunday.
News from your area
Spotlight on Soller
Carnival came and went and parties happened and now we turn for a moment to Lent.
Focus on cars
Bits ‘n Pieces
So here are some more, plus a couple of other interesting wheeled machines.
A Tuesday in March
Balearics Day is on Sunday. It isn’t, therefore, a public holiday.
Films in English
New films in English this weekend
Two new films coming to Palma on Friday. Showtimes have been posted.
La Liga Football
Real Mallorca sign South Korean midfielder Ki Sung-yueng
The 31-year-old spent 18 months at the Magpies but left St. James’s Park at the end of last month by mutual consent.
“It is so far so good for Pedro Sanchez, but the future is uncertain...”