Mallorca Weather Forecast for Saturday
It's warm and sunny in Majorca today with temperatures in the low to mid-20's. To view the weather in real time from our webcams all over the island, click here.
Jailed for trying to set a man on fire in Magalluf
The defendant has also been ordered to pay a 120 euro fine.
Spain's COVID-19 infections rise by 25,595 in new daily record
The state of emergency grants regional authorities the power to limit freedom of movement through lockdowns and curfews.
Protesters clash with police over COVID-19 restrictions in Barcelona
Earlier, about 700 people staged a peaceful demonstration through one of the city's main streets.
Dozens sanctioned in Palma
Police say they plan to raid several illegal All Saint's Day and Halloween parties advertised on social media websites.
Madrid food bank swamped by 'new wave of poverty'
"I don't know what we're going to do. There's no food in the house."
Yacht charter company Sunsail pulls out of Palma over expensive moorings fees
Mooring rates in Palma are around 500 percent higher than in marinas in countries such as Croatia, Greece or Italy.
Stolen luxury catamaran found in Mallorca
The defendant has been charged with alleged misappropriation and forgery and ordered to pay 12,000 euros for the rental of the catamaran.
New electric scooter rules for Palma
Riders must alway be in a standing position and have no more than one person aboard.
'Safe Beaches' app to be rolled out across Mallorca
The app offers real-time information on beach capacities.
Screening of 15 to 45 age group in Manacor
The 15 to 45 age group has the highest incidence of coronavirus.
It's all about Halloween costumes in Mallorca
School children had a fantastic time on Friday, even though the coronavirus pandemic prevented them from holding their traditional costume parade around the centre.
From financial banking to food banking in Mallorca
Interview with Nick Entwisle, the driving force behind Yachting Gives Back.
Balearics positive test rate stays steady
The test rate, which has fallen, is still above the five per cent WHO target.
Mallorca health expert - second wave is less virulent
Professor March believes that the virus has probably mutated.
Brexit and Magalluf
"There is a lot of Brexit small print and some of it could effect seasonal workers.."
The Potting Shed
The Dreaded processionary caterpillar
It's time to deal with the dreaded Processionary Caterpillar, read this weeks Potting Shed for an expert's advice.
The Restaurant Review
Always a scrummy surprise at Maruka
This week our Bulletin restaurant critic visits a restaurant which is ranked as a top favourite with Palma foodies.
Does your Dog get Anxious?
Introducing some cute pets of Mallorca, read about a great walk and training trips with Joachim Sommer
“It is a golden opportunity for the Balearics to decide the future shape of tourism..”