Mallorca Weather Forecast for Saturday
It's very wet and very windy across the whole of Mallorca again today, but it's much warmer too with highs of 18 degrees. To keep up with the weather all over the island via our webcams click here.
Partial closure or total lockdown what's best for Palma?
The President of the Government, Francina Armengol says our social lives are to blame for the spiralling coronavirus infections in the Balearic Islands.
Call for limitation on fireworks in the Balearics
The new animal protection law toughens sanctions against abuse and makes identification chips mandatory for dogs and cats.
New Arrivals Hall at Palma Airport
"The Arrivals Hall has been adapted for all types of passengers landing in Palma, whether or not they come from the European Union.."
Butane sales skyrocket in Palma
Local businesses have complained that butane customers are causing chaos in Polígono Son Castelló.
Travel to Majorca
Heathrow boss says pre-departure testing should replace quarantine within months
"There needs to be a plan for what's going to come next so that we can start to get aviation back to some level of normality while keeping people safe."
No Palma lockdown; new measures to apply from Tuesday
Large stores with the exception of supermarkets will have to close.
Balearic restaurants face a shortage of Scottish fish and langoustines
Business owners said they had tried to send small deliveries to France and Spain to test the new systems this week but it was taking five hours to secure a health certificate in Scotland, a document which is required to apply for other customs paperwork.
Second-hand Balearic property most expensive in the country
In December 2020, a total of 37 provinces recorded increases in second-hand home prices compared to November.
Mallorca Weekend Weather Update
Cold, wet and windy in Mallorca this weekend with thunderstorms in some places.
England and Scotland to require travellers to show negative COVID tests
A ban on travellers entering England from South Africa will include other southern African countries.
707 new Covid cases in the last 24 hours in Balearics
"New restrictions have already been introduced...."
Balearic health service looking to use private clinics as cases continue to rise
"707 new cases reported in the last 24 hours across the Balearics...."
Balearics coronavirus figures for Friday
A test rate of almost 13%, but cases reported as down in more than half of Mallorca's municipalities.
If rioters were black, 'hundreds' would have been killed
The rioters broke through barricades, smashed windows, snatched souvenirs and entered Congressional offices.
Hoteliers demanding faster vaccination or the season will be lost
The season cannot start "without a very high percentage of the islands' population being vaccinated."
Hospitality sector says "things are being done very badly"
Bars and restaurants in Mallorca will have to close for a fortnight.
Hotel Formentor furniture sale raised 130,000 euros for charities
Four charities have benefited from the sale.
Crucial negotiations for the tourism industry
The Ministry of Employment has taken on the key role, but has to consider how long it can maintain the furlough scheme and under what conditions.
The Best dishes of the Year - Part 8
Here is a review of the year of the restaurants our Bulletin Restaurant Critic visited. Find out the verdict received for their dishes.
A law for the crown
Andrew Ede analyses the profound consequences for the Spanish Royal House if the crown law is passed.
Sign ups are open for the 2021 Changemakers Project!
Save the Med invites students to be part of a positive wave of change in the world of marine regeneration.
A moment on the lips, a lifetime on the......!
Today our columnist Frank Leavers tells us what's the key to weight loss.