Mallorca Weather Forecast for Monday
It's mostly cloudy in Mallorca today with scattered showers and strong winds in some places. To keep up with the weather all over the island via our webcams click here.
Source of 86% of coronavirus cases in Mallorca untraceable
The traceability index is also important because it's one of the indicators that’s taken into account for de-escalation.
Hospitality sector preparing class action lawsuit for loss of earnings
A leading law with experience of this type of lawsuit has been engaged.
Dependency Law costing the Government a fortune
The Communities with the longest waiting lists are Andalusia, Catalonia and La Rioja.
Britain and Spain at odds over vaccine passport
"Zahawi said vaccine passports would be "discriminatory"
Emaya reports massive drop in income due to pandemic
Water consumption in June was about the same as it was in the first half of March and during the rest of the season it was down 12%-17% year-on-year.
The challenges British citizens face in Spain
“The conditions of Spanish Law are very strict and British people will be treated the same as any other foreigner..”
Palma criticised for not exempting businesses from municipal taxes
The Confederation of Balearic Business Associations (CAEB), has attacked the "insensitivity" of many town halls.
Balearics to get first doses of AstraZeneca vaccine on Tuesday
1.8 million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine will be delivered to Spain this month.
Short back and sides anyone?
"Barbershops were meeting places and if a customer came in while another client was being attended to, they would start discussing and debating all sorts of topics.."
Price of rented accommodation falling in the Balearics
A fall in price, but the second most expensive region in the country.
Balearic government looking to ease restrictions on large store opening
A gradual de-escalation is likely to mean that shopping malls will be the last to reopen.
It's cocktail hour in Palma!
"Right now there is a great demand from sailors and people who work on the yachts and luxury boats.."
Balearics coronavirus figures for Monday
Less testing, but a test rate that is below two per cent.
Disappointment for hikers in Calvia
Military personnel were deployed to the area to advise hikers that the access point was closed while military training was carried out in the area.
It's not Mahón it's Maó!
"The place name Maó-Mahón has no tradition and does not respond to the culture of the Balearic Islands.."
Spanish medics suffer mental trauma months after COVID-19's first wave
About 45% of healthcare staff in Spain were at high risk of some type of mental disorder after the coronavirus' first wave.
Iberdrola seeks EU recovery funds for Spanish clean power projects
The company submitted a list of 150 proposed projects to receive a chunk of the European Union's 750 billion euro rescue package.
Mallorca Weather Forecast for Tuesday
It's mostly sunny in Mallorca today but some places will have very strong winds. To keep up with the weather all over the island via our webcams click here.
Increase in active cases in just five of Mallorca's municipalities
Only small increases in the five municipalities.
In this afternoon's episode of The Mallorca Files...
Be advised today's episode is the last one of the season two and it will be showing at a different time: 14.15 (15.15) on BBC1.
Mallorca International School welcomes Duncan Giles
Today we interview Duncan Giles, Professor of Business Studies, who wants to inspire a strong sense of responsibility and work ethic to his students.
Mallorca Files: The Outlaw Jose Rey. Our view
"The Mallorca Files has been good afternoon watching...."
Lady luck smiles on Mallorca in 0-1 win
"If we get maximum points Mallorca could take a substantial step in our quest for a quick return to the top table of Spanish football."
Rocking the boat
"The illegal incursions into Gibraltar waters are usually by Spanish warships, these same vessels serve alongside the Royal Navy in NATO."