Police protesting in Santa Margalida
On Thursday there was a council meeting, coinciding with it, 25 vehicles took to the road, sirens blaring and lights flashing.
Rafa Nadal serves up a win down under
A year ago Thiem beat Nadal in the quarterfinals of the 2020 Australian Open, but lost the final to Serbian Novak Djokovic, shunting Nadal off the world number one spot.
The bending of curves: the week in Mallorca
The spring-like weather had gone to the health minister's head; there were fifteen more days; and the government's golden boy plummeted.
Spanish 10-year-old heads home after 11 days in COVID ICU
"They treated him with a lot of affection, and gave us strength and hope when we needed it".
With much regret, Son Amar parts with some its staff for now
Melia Chief warns that Spain will not be able to survive without a tourist season.
Over 100 Covid deaths in the Balearics in January
190 Healthcare Professionals in Ibiza are either infected with coronavirus or have been in close contact with someone who’s tested positive so they’re unable to work.
Hundreds protest in Palma over restaurant and bar lockdown
"Fears over the state of the local economy..."
Terrace tax exemption in Pollensa
Mayor Tomeu Cifre says that “now was the moment to apply specific measures that have a direct impact on the tax burden”.
Swapping coal for cement at Alcudia’s port
The Balearic Ports Authority has announced a tender for the operation of a second cement storage and distribution plant at the port.
Discover the rich history of Esporles
Esporles is off the beaten track in Mallorca and it's not served well by public transport, but it's a historical treasure that's well worth the trip.
Warning: don't go hiking this weekend
"Cold returns after spring-likle weather...."
The continuing story of Puerto Pollensa’s beach playgrounds
On Tuesday, sources let it be known that it hadn’t actually come to any decision about the playgrounds and picnic area.
An ageing Pollensa population
The population difference between Pollensa and Puerto Pollensa isn’t that great.
Balearics coronavirus figures for Saturday
Almost a thousand people recovered in the past 24-hour period - a particularly high number. Small increases in active cases in only seven of Mallorca's municipalities.
Spain's COVID-19 death toll rises by over 500, hospitals under pressure
European countries are grappling with broad vaccine delays, as all Western vaccine makers with approved shots fall behind their initial delivery targets.
Puerto Pollensa man dies in apartment fire
Emergency services were called around 2am.
Via Cintura lower speed limit in effect from midnight on Sunday
There has been a good deal of opposition to the lower speed limit.
Palma has issued seventy street performer licences
Licences are currently being renewed; there have been 53 requests for renewal.
Union denouncing the handling of ERTE claims
Sorting out issues with ERTE furlough claims has proved to be very difficult.
“The Church needs to be questioning what is happening and why much more”
Interview with Reverend Tony Bell, the current locum chaplain at St Philip and St James Anglican Church in Palma.
Mallorca Weather Forecast for Sunday
Most of Mallorca will have sunshine today with strong west-northwesterly winds gusting up to 80 kilometres an hour in the flatlands and 100 kilometres an hour in the mountains. To keep up with the weather all over the island via our webcams click here.
Anna Nicholas: My Column
Anna Nicholas’s views on aesthetic treatments and the Guinness World Book of Records.
This is how an expert makes his croquettes
Andrew Valente shares with us the 10 easiest and most essential tips on how to make the perfect croquettes.
American news and views in Mallorca
"The new speed limits in Mallorca are going to be rough for the over 1,200 American expats on the island."
Help local businesses NOW!
Public and private sectors must come together...."