Due to Covid-19, flights have been cancelled for a three-week period.
The increase in vehicles in 2019 was more or less in keeping with annual growth since 2013.
The Plastics Waste Free Islands project is being presented in Minorca on Tuesday.
A crowdfunding appeal for the cinema in Palma has been successful.
The coronavirus crisis has struck another blow in Majorca as hoteliers in Playa de Palma and Calvia report mass cancellations for cyclists who were booked to stay in March and April.
Capdepera Mayor wins fight to have storm damage repaired.
The Son Bunyola estate was given the green light by the Balearic Environmental Commission.
2 more patients in Majorca test positive for coronavirus.
Union demands Health Workers be paid if they're off with coronavirus.
Government holds a strategy meeting in Majorca to discuss the coronavirus epidemic.
The Spanish Constitution gives the king blanket immunity, describing him as 'inviolable'.
Manifesto for International Women's Day read out in Parliament.
Cruise ships ask for permission to dock in Palma instead of sailing to Italian ports.
Lawmaker Javier Ortega Smith's party Vox disclosed he was diagnosed with coronavirus
This measure will take effect from March 11 at midnight.
Balearic Port Authority Responds to Platform Against Mega Cruisers.
* All schools in Madrid, Rioja wine-growing region closed* 35 deaths so far across Spain* Lower of house of parliament suspends session* Flights from Italy suspended* La Liga football matches played behind closed doors
Government will evaluate whether to ban mass-attendance events on a case-by-case basis.
What a way to mark International Women’s day - Ciudadanos chose a female leader.
The first car in Majorca arrived in 1897; it failed to live up to expectations.
Spotlight on Soller
We all take for granted the oranges, the art and so much more in the Soller Valley world.
Visit the Fira del Fang (Ceramics Fair) at Marratxi, the Mallorca Saxaphone Festival in Palma and enjoy indie Majorcan rock with Ombra at Palma's Teatre Principal.
Letters to the Editor
A reader writes about events affecting tourism in the Balearics.
The Spanish league ponder what action to take in light of the coronavirus.
The weekend's big event will be behind closed doors.
Despite the ruling citing two rounds of games initially, the ban on spectators will be in place for as long as is deemed necessary by the Government.