It's hot and sunny in Majorca today with overnight temperatures in the low to mid-20's. To view the weather across the island from our webcams, click here.
20 cases in Majorca, 16 in Ibiza and 11 in Formentera and exact number in Minorca not yet known.
Individual buildings, neighbourhoods and Municipalities will be put under lockdown, if necessary, to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Unions are demanding "the urgent rental of modular classrooms, more teachers and a school nurse.”
Emaya hasn't disinfected the streets of Palma with bleach since the end of the State of Emergency on June 21.
56 people were diagnosed with coronavirus at Santa Maria Health Centre on Wednesday.
The 2020 470 Class European Championship was scheduled to be held in Palma between October 2 and October 10.
The seven are highlighting the work of the charity Mallorca Sense Fam, Majorca Without Hunger.
The GOB claims it has evidence of boats anchored on posidònia meadows in Cap de Cala Figuera in Calvia and Colònia de Sant Pere in Arta.
The heat wave continues today across the Balearic Islands.
The leader of the PP says that President Armengol is not able to deal with the situation.
Only guests who’ve made prior reservations for the restaurant, bar or events at Son Marroig will be allowed to access the car park.
The Guardia Civil recently arrested an individual who was transporting 300 kilos of stolen carob pods.
There is a concern about the health service being overstretched.
Commitment to safe corridors; avoiding restrictions but also contact; and 100,000 million euros down the pan.
“The big question is whether children should be able to go back to school...”
The call in the Canaries is once more for “clear and specific measures”, such as testing travellers at origin and on arrival.
As a man gets older, does he just forget how to be cool - or is it in his DNA to be reduced to little annoying sayings and ‘pat’ phrases?
The Week In Tourism
“In these uncertain times, citizens around the world need strong, clear and consistent messages”.
Save The Med
Xarxa Dragonera Blava is a community network of businesses, organisations and individuals who offer activities and ignite new initiatives to promote the MPA.
In 1970, three-year-old Sarah and her parents went on holiday to Majorca, where Dougie immediately spotted a business opportunity. Within a few months, they’d purchased three leather shops in Magalluf and made the Balearic island their home.