News of the day 14 September 2020
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Cala Marmols, Majorca.


Good Morning from Majorca

It's hot and sunny in Majorca today but the clouds will roll in now and again. To view the weather across the island from our webcams, click here.

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Deliveries moved to the Red Cross Centre in Palma.


Outpatients moved to reduce waiting lists

Outpatient operations have been moved to the Gynecology & Obstetrics Unit at the Red Cross facilities in Palma.

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EMT workers on strike.


Indefinite bus strike begins

Palma bus services running at 30% because of strike action by EMT workers.

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Growing number of millionaires

The average assets declared in the Balearic Islands in 2018 was 3.1 million per taxpayer.

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Dolphins in Palma Bay.


A dolphin escort for yacht crew

The water was crystal clear giving the crew a fantastic view of around 6 dolphins.

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Long queues at bus stops in Palma.


EMT Workers on strike indefinitely

EMT workers are staging a protest at Plaza de Cort on Monday at 1200.

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Palma EMT bus


Palma bus passenger numbers down 50%

The July decrease was the second highest percentage in the country.

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EMT workers on indefinite strike in Palma.


EMT strike reaction

The EMT workers have a long list of grievances, many of which are related to working conditions during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Maritime Safety Agency boat, Mallorca


Fifteen migrants picked up sixty miles offshore

A merchant ship went to the assistance of the fifteen migrants.

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Phase 2 Covid-19 vaccine trials on humans in Spain.


Human Covid-19 vaccine trials begin

A total of 550 healthy volunteers from Spain, Belgium and Germany will participate in the trials.

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Mallorca child with mask


Twenty-nine schoolchildren positive for coronavirus

Seventeen of the pupils are from schools in Majorca.

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New properties in Mallorca


Sales of homes in the Balearics fell 40% in July

There were 726 sales of homes in the Balearics in July.

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Toni Costa, Partido Popular Balearics


Opposition demanding Balearic government "effective measures"

"Effective measures" needed to combat the "dramatic health, economic and social situation".

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Secondhand cars in Mallorca


Secondhand car prices in the Balearics fall 16%

Most secondhand cars bought in August were older than eight years.

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Mallorca Weather


All you need to know about the weather in Majorca

Palma is 31 degrees today with hazy sunshine and an overnight temperature of 18.

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Balearics coronavirus figures for Monday

There is less testing on Sundays.

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EMT negotiations end without agreement.


Another day of misery for commuters

Only 49 of the city’s 160 buses were running on Monday and the Unions say there will be even fewer buses on Tuesday.

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Holiday / Lifestyle


Gardening In Majorca

The month of September can be a really busy time of the year here in this climate, warm rains and still long sunny days still encourage growth.

Dorothy Loeffler

Food and Fosh


Spanish Mussels, along with clams, appear in just about every seafood dish you care to imagine from the ubiquitous Paella to the various fish soups, stews and calderetas all along Spain’s vast coastline.

Marc Fosh

Nan's Day Out

Nan’s Day Out to Porto Pi

How much does the day cost is the first one? The majority of my trips cost a picnic lunch and petrol.

Shirley Roberts

Sunday Essay

I hate what you say, but will defend your right to say it

While I am at it - when did our universities and other seats of learning start organising ‘No Platform’ bans on those they might, or do - disagree with?

Frank Leavers

My Column

Yet another problem with women

This time a lingerie entrepreneur called Emily Bendell has given the club 28 days to agree to admit women or she will seek a court ruling that the club is acting unlawfully under section 29 of the Equality Act 2020 in discriminating against them.

Donald Trelford

Edition of 13 September 2020