Coronavirus measures extended in Mallorca
"Everytime we have tried to accelerate the de-escalation the virus has hit us hard.."
Covid vaccination deliberately slowed down in Mallorca
"If there comes a time when we don’t have any more vaccines we will have to stop.."
Dead animals being dumped into the sea in Mallorca
The South American oxen found in Mallorcan waters were apparently being shipped to Asia through the Suez Canal
Palma Cathedral "light show" to be streamed live in Mallorca
The ‘Festa de la Llum’ was also streamed in November, because of the pandemic.
Pollensa hiking access point to be reopened
"Up to 20 people a day can access the route to Cala Castell between September and January.."
EasyJet calls for exit-plan from travel curbs to rescue summer
"The key thing is really that they have a plan and as soon as possible let people know and how they're going to unwind these things....."
An homage to Mallorcan Gastronomy
Mallorca’s reputation for fantastic gastronomy is growing worldwide.
Unemployment in the Balearics has risen by 75%
At the end of 2020, there were 109,900 unemployed people in the Balearics,
Perfumery chain Douglas closing over 100 stores in Spain
“We have the utmost respect for all workers and want to reach the best solution for all parties.."
Spain's fourth-quarter jobless rate slips
The Balearic and Canary islands, tourist spots popular with holidaymakers, registered some of the steepest job losses last year.
Blair urges creation of global vaccine passport scheme so that you can travel more freely
The passport would be digital and capable of tracking and verifying a person’s coronavirus “status”
Mallorca Weather Forecast for Friday
It's a gorgeous sunny day in Mallorca with moderate-strong winds in some places. Take a look at the forecast for the next couple of days. To keep up with the weather all over the island via our webcams click here.
Balearics coronavirus figures for Thursday
The test rate is down almost three points.
Mallorca "beginning to bend the curve of the third wave"
The cumulative incidence rate in Mallorca is the best "for a long time".
From Mallorca film festival winner to the new Bond girl
She can be seen in trailer for No time to die, and a leading global talent.
Mallorca to have four mass vaccination sites
Mass vaccination sites are being prepared; but the supplies need to be stepped up.
Warmest January day in some parts of Mallorca since records began
The summer-like weather comes after a weekend of gale force winds and freezing temperatures.
Spain blames EU for dwindling COVID-19 vaccine supplies
"The EU has been slow to act and signed contracts (with suppliers) later, which is now proving to be a problem,"
Covid patients in Ibiza may be transferred to Mallorca
A shortage of health personnel and beds in Ibiza.
Big falls in numbers of coronavirus cases in Mallorca's municipalities
Decreased numbers of cases in 44 of the 53 municipalities.
The virus information bombardment
Andrew Ede on the damaging effects of the constant bombardment of virus-related information and its effects on Covid society.
Lentils are easy tasty and cheap
Our Bulletin food expert shows us all the advantages of consuming this affordable and delicious legume.
Interview with Nansi Nsue and Phil Daniels from The Mallorca Files
We continue with the series of interviews from the cast of The Mallorca Files which will broadcast on Monday Febuary 1st on BBC1.
The healing power of words
Julie Waller explains all the benefits of writing for oneself in order to reinforce oneself in a positive way.
More haste, less speed
I fear the roll out of the vaccines may have been too quick