Restoring the Alcudia wall
It was explained at the time that the collapse was the result of “non-permeable” material having been used during a previous restoration.
Pollensa and the vaccination "cover-up"
The opposition demands the resignation of Mayor Tomeu Cifre and the vaccinated councillor Francisca Cerdà after the scandal.
Face masks’ silliness in Alcudia
"The motion was pretty pointless, and so, therefore, was the minor controversy."
Mass vaccination in Mallorca just came a step closer
"Side effects such as an increase in temperature, pain around the injection area and fatigue are very common.."
"Mallorcan" in President Biden´s inner circle
"His father came on holiday here in 2018...."
Wish you were here? We wish you were here!
"Unsettled weather forecast for this weekend...."
Port Adriano Photography Competition Winners
20 finalist photos will be showcased in an exhibited in Port Adriano throughout 2021.
Spain approves AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine for 18-55 year-olds
A delivery of 1.8 million doses from AstraZeneca in February will help it reach its target of vaccinating 70% of the population by the summer.
Madrid detects first case of Brazilian coronavirus variant
The national health ministry said it was not aware of any other cases of the highly contagious Brazilian variant in Spanish territory.
Mallorca asks the UK not to let Brexit affect potato exports
The Mallorcan potato represents 70% of all potato exports from Spain to the UK.
Spanish police arrest gang accused of trafficking migrants across Mediterranean
Those arrested were Spanish and Moroccan nationals.
Balearics coronavirus figures for Saturday
Only 69 new cases in Mallorca, and just six municipalities with increased cases.
Vaxgate: the week in Mallorca
No one was resigning; everyone was developing a passport; and the stats seemed strangely acceptable.
Attractions facing same uncertainty as the rest of the tourism industry
Mallorca's tourist attractions hope that there might be some activity in May.
Coronavirus in Mallorca: a year on
On February 7 last year, the Balearic government activated the coronavirus protocol.
Palma has highest benefits income threshold in the country
The town hall's income threshold means that more people qualify for benefit.
Back to the future for a classic Beetle which made the Bulletin in Mallorca
Seven years ago, Noel Dyne came across a piece of Mallorcan motoring history which had made the Daily Bulletin in the early '80s.
De-escalation from restrictions will be slow in the whole of the Balearics
There will still be weeks of "very high" hospital pressure.
The despair of business
"It has taken much to push business to become openly critical, but in a way it has been the promise of the vaccine which has created this push."
This week in The Potting Shed, Lynn McAvenia explain's how this works and what exactly is Liquid Gold.
Against all odds!
The Rotary Club of Calvia International successfully runs their Inter Schools Debate Competition for 2020/2021.
Order your wine like the experts
Andrew Valente shares all the little secrets you need to know when ordering wine in a restaurant.
A culinary cure-all
This week chef Marc Fosh's shares how to make homemade peanut butter and an easy asian-style recipe with peanuts.
Chicken satay with sesame-cucumber salad
Chef Marc Fosh shares this super quick recipe that you should try at home.
The future looks bright
She was able to launch the song onto the global music scene through a kickstarter campaign that she organised to fund the release.
Nadal eases injury fears in Melbourne Park training session
The 20-times Grand Slam champion took to the John Cain Arena court in the late afternoon
Light at end of the tunnel?
“I suspect that there will be no easing of restrictions in the short...term...”