The agreement between unions and hotel business associations is being described as "historic".
Pancaritat celebrations via social media because of Covid-19 restrictions in Majorca.
The week that was
When one thinks about it, Majorca is something of a doughnut anyway. Most of the population and development is on the coast, while there is comparatively little in the centre.
Lawyers ask that Palma Prisoners be released to prevent coronavirus infection.
35 people who arrived in the Balearic Islands by boat or plane before April 16 had Covid-19 symptoms.
The Minorca Tourism Foundation is needing to redesign its promotional strategy.
Daily coronavirus fatalies fall below the 400 mark in Spain.
Drop in the number of coronavirus contagions in the Balearic Islands.
Abaqua Secretary General calls for action over wastewater pollution in Majorca.
Gabriel Escarrer agrees with President Armengol about the need for the health passport.
Helicopter Unit helping to identify those who break the coronavirus restrictions in Palma.
Repair work to the promenade wall is urgently needed.
State of alarm
Three arrests on Sunday; two involved attempts to attack police.
The government is now releasing information about coronavirus cases by municipality.
There are eight municipalities (out of the 53) with no cases.
To cut funds to the World Health Organisation in the middle of a global pandemic, in which the WHO is playing a central role, is not only wicked but stupid.
“There is light at the end of the tunnel but it is a long tunnel and the light is very faint...”
Food & Fosh
A whole chicken is such a valuable and versatile ingredient, and if you get a little creative, it can easily supply fast, tasty meals for 3-4 days easily.
Most of the orange and some varieties of lemon will have already ripened and been picked with abundant flower already on the trees.
Humans of Majorca
Today, my ‘Humans of Majorca’ are two of the great people working to support and encourage the faithful and the seekers in Majorca.
Would you like to try an outrageously healthy salad you have never tried before?
The Sunday Interview Humphrey Carter talks to interior designer and landscape artist Claire Fyfe who came fourth in this year’s MasterChef and loves Majorca as much as she does cooking.