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Paguera shootings: murder now suspected
The 37-year-old man apparently shot the woman at point-blank range before turning the rifle on himself.
The Week in Tourism
Travel criteria: Has Europe passed the test?
Five months on, we come to the latest recommendations.
Natural recreational areas in the Balearics are closed
There are forty-seven recreational areas, many of them in the Tramuntana.
Spain adds 13,300 COVID infections, Catalonia to shut bars, eateries
"Spain is stabilising, but the territorial differences are important."
Palma Safe Beaches app receives digital industry award
The app was developed in "record time" by a Smart City Palma multidisciplinary team.
Spain's Prado drops painting from female expo after artist revealed as man
The "Invitadas" exhibition, which translates as female guests, opened last week with the aim of reflecting on the role of women in Spanish art between 1833 and 1931.
Spain's right secures removal of plaque honouring anti-fascist leader
Madrid's leftist Mas Madrid party said it would go to court to challenge the city hall's decision to remove the plaque.
Something didn't happen: the Barcares beach club
Find out what project has been withdrawn, the sunloungers in Puerto Alcudia, a film about Hotel Formentor and events taking place in the north this week.
Sant Jaume is Palma's wealthiest district
The average net income in the wealthiest district was more than double that of the poorest.
Balearics coronavirus figures for Friday
Friday's positive test rate is almost half what it was on Thursday.
Bar closures not being contemplated for the Balearics
Balearics not looking at following the example of Catalonia.
Health minister urging people to get a flu jab
The percentage of people in risk groups in the Balearics who typically go for a flu jab is one of the lowest in the country.
Rapid antigen tests now available to Balearic health centres
The Balearic government has ordered 850,000 rapid tests.
Bomb in the sea off Cala Gat is deactivated
The bomb had been spotted on the seabed by a recreational diver.
The first or last of the German tourists: the week in Mallorca
German tourists were back, an iconic club was up for sale, and the tourism minister was all for airport tests.
The winter terrace test
As the weather starts to turn, bars and restaurants will feel the heat.
Out & About
Some Things Never Change
With people limiting their socializing the town has been even quieter than usual.
Food & Fosh
Chinese style chilli-spare ribs
Marc Fosh offers us his third tasty recipe made with chilies.
“Doctors, nurses and medical staff deserve our daily praise...”