Mallorca Weather Forecast for Tuesday
It's warm and sunny across Mallorca today with strong winds in some places. To view the weather in real time from our webcams all over the island, click here.
Illegal Can Valero party busted
The organisers allegedly advertised the event on social media platforms and sold tickets, alcohol, tobacco and cocaine at the party.
Spain to raise taxes, increase infrastructure spending in 2021 budget
If the minority government gets enough votes to pass it in parliament, it will be Spain's first budget since 2018.
Coronavirus cases almost double in Manacor
The Ministry of Health is considering introducing new Covid-19 measures in Manacor after a significant increase in infections.
The Balearic Islands reaches 87,900 people without a job
The impact of the coronavirus pandemic continues to affect the labour market.
A woman is evicted from a plane for refusing to wear a mask
The flight took off to Barcelona about 20 minutes late.
British building giant gives Mallorca a lift
"The move is expected to sustain a number of jobs on the island...."
"We will put curfew back if cases rise"
"Number of coronavirus cases continues to rise....."
Tots Sants appointments available in Palma
EMT has confirmed that a special bus will be in service on Friday, Saturday and Sunday in a bid to persuade people to leave their cars at home.
A sigh of relief in Mallorca's Culture & Entertainment Sector
Health emergencies, labour issues and Actors who finish their performance late are exempt from the curfew.
Manacor goes into lockdown
The measures will last for fifteen days; only justified travel in and out of the population centre will be permitted.
Balearic President apologises again for late night drinking
Jorge Campos of Vox demanded President Armengol's resignation.
Spectacular video of the Northern Lights in Finland
Alaska, Canada, Iceland, Greenland, Norway, Sweden and Finland are the best places to see the aurora borealis.
Doctors strike in protest at Spanish government decree
Under the decree, doctors can be transferred to areas that aren't their specialities.
Spain's wine region La Rioja shuts restaurants, bars for a month
This was the latest move to try and contain the second wave of the pandemic in Spain.
Tourism minister and the PP trade insults in parliament
Iago Negueruela told the leader of the PP not to call him a fool.
Late night drinking and the big leak
Perhaps a hands-up ‘mea-culpa’ moment might close down the political frenzy, as often an old fashioned, straightforward apology, goes a long way with ordinary folk you know.
Keeping their job
Why don´t they resign any more?
"It is quite amazing that our elected representatives no longer think of stepping down...."
Warriors and woodland wanderings: Queen’s College news
Find out what Year 4 and Reception have been doing in school.
Gardening in Majorca
Enjoy the last days of warm sunny weather
Weekly Gardening in Majorca article by Dorothy Loeffler.
"The ongoing battle against Covid is starting to test the public’s patience.."