It's a hot and sunny Monday in Majorca with moderate winds in some places.
Actors Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones are back in Majorca.
The Government has announced that an extra 250 people will be employed and trained as trackers, taking the total to 400.
Palma City Council allegedly owes the Police Officers money for overtime they worked last year.
House prices in the Balearic Islands were more expensive than the rest of Spain last year.
Amendments to the law governing Es Trenc-Salobrar Natural Park include changing the entrances and exits to public and private car parks.
Tourist boats will only be allowed to carry a maximum of 60 people.
The Balearic Government wants to be able to carry out health controls on domestic flights.
Divided and slow to respond at the start of the coronavirus outbreak in Europe, EU leaders believe they now have a chance to redeem themselves.
The Ciudadanos claim President Armengol's lack of foresight and imporvisation is generating confusion, insecurity and uncertainty.
Abone & Acotur say closing 3 streets in Magalluf and 2 in Playa de Palma is not the solution.
41 establishments were cited in Majorca, including some in Playa de Palma.
26 new coronavirus infections confirmed in the Balearic Islands on Monday.
There was a previous Guardia Civil operation in Puerto Pollensa last month.
Humans of Mallorca
The individual stories are heart-breaking as families we love head for different shores. The Humans of Majorca who are vitally important now are those with a road map for the future.
The winter vegetable garden can be planted up now, carrots, beetroots, celery, leeks turnips and radishese are a few.
Food and Fosh
At first glance, making vinaigrettes could not be simpler: just a swirl of oil, a dash of vinegar, seasoning, and perhaps some mustard and herbs.