A state of alert: the week in Majorca
The rapidly evolving crisis; tourist tax; noise; and Sir Paul Preston.
The need for improvements to Playa de Palma
"It is necessary to reverse the current image and reposition Playa de Palma at an international level."
Armengol calls for personal responsibility
"Staying at home is the best way to contain the disease."
Arrested for attacking tourists in Palma
The tourists - one Dutch, the other German - were beaten up and their wallets were stolen.
Fire on yacht in Puerto Portals
The fire was reported around six o'clock on Sunday morning.
Foreign Office advice for Brits in Spain
The Foreign Office has issued updated advice for British people who are resident in Spain or tourists on holiday.
11 more test positive for coronavirus
Majorca now has 50 confirmed cases of coronavirus, there are 3 in Menorca and 2 in Ibiza.
Majorca adjusting to coronavirus measures
Measures are coming into effect, but there is some confusion.
German cycling team has to leave Majorca
A charter plane flew the team back to Germany on Friday night.
State of alert - what you can do and what you can't do
Stay at home for the next fortnight and go out only for essential reasons, e.g. work and to buy necessities.
Police step up patrols during Majorca lockdown
Police step up patrols during coronavirus lockdown in Majorca.
THANK YOU TOO!
Staff at the Mateu Orfila General Hospital in Minorca react to standing ovation.
Workers cannot be fired over coronavirus
The Balearic Government says workers cannot be fired over the coronavirus crisis.
Tourists could be deported over coronavirus
Francina Armengol wants to send foreign tourists home because of coronavirus.
Sunbather arrested for breaking coronavirus lockdown
Woman arrested in Palma for ignoring coronavirus restrictions.
Spain honours those fighting coronavirus
Spain pays tribute to staff on the front line in the fight against coronavirus. Watch the video here
Person of the week
Much as he wouldn’t have wished it, he has become something of a celebrity in the process.
Food & Fosh
My bean of choice right now is the humble chickpea; known here in Spain as garbanzos, they are one of the oldest consumed crops in the world.
The Week That Was
Alberto and the referendums
It is the Restaurants Association which is to hold a referendum on terraces.