Mallorca Weather Forecast for Tuesday
It's a cloudy day in Mallorca with the possibility of scattered showers, but some places will have a little bit of sunshine this afternoon. To find out what the weather is like elsewhere in Mallorca, click here.
Restaurateurs call for specific details of de-escalation in Mallorca
"Experts say extreme caution must be exercised and every Community must do what it believes is right.."
England's 4 phase lockdown will affect Balearic Tourism
Boris Johnson told the House of Commons that each of the 4 stages of de-escalation will last for about 5 weeks.
Theresa May urges "summer holiday" re-think
"A number of airlines are already projecting that at least the first half of summer is pretty well written off..."
7 arrested in connection with alleged Palma immigration scam
Personal loans of up to 40,000 euros were allegedly requested on behalf of people without their knowledge.
Rapper's supporters fined thousands for protests in Mallorca & Minorca
Pablo Hasél's arrest has sparked violent riots in Catalonia and other Spanish cities.
Soller Tunnel toll installations to be removed
The work will go ahead despite last week's High Court ruling.
Mercat de l'Olivar photo scoops top prize
The winners of Best Photograph, Best Video and Best Tweet were each given a batch of products from the market valued at 200 euros
Palma shipyards' concern about Moll Vell investment
A decision regarding 68,000 square metres available space has been pending for more than a year.
Holiday bookings to Mallorca soar as Britons hope for travel restart
"This summer is make-or-break for many airlines and holiday companies which are struggling..."
Palma researchers say Social Robots to become more mainstream
Researchers dedicated to accelerating the development of so-called social robots, which are able to interact with people in care settings.
Superyacht Cup Palma rings the changes as plan takes shape for June’s 25th anniversary regatta
The range of racing options has attracted early interest across the diverse superyacht world.
Mallorca Weather Forecast for Wednesday
The sun's out in Mallorca today and the high is 19 degrees. To find out what the weather is like in other parts of Mallorca, click here.
Armengol insists there will be mass vaccination
Lack of vaccines "not an issue for the Balearics but for the whole of Europe".
Spanish police find migrants hiding in waste on way to Europe
The migrants faced a seven-hour voyage in dire conditions to the Iberian Peninsula.
Active coronavirus cases increase in just two Mallorcan municipalities
Increases by one in both instances.
Balearics coronavirus figures for Tuesday
Mallorca's 14-day cumulative incidence has dipped to 93.75 per 100,000.
Palma demanding legal means to regulate rents
The Spanish government is being urged to allow town halls to limit the cost to rent.
Balearic government wants bars and restaurants to close by 4pm
Business leaders had wanted longer opening hours...
Britons bet on August holidays to Mallorca
Thomas Cook says Turkey is Number 1 destination....
Balearic health minister concerned about an opening-up at Easter
Too much relaxation could jeopardise the main tourism season.
Jet2 adds more flights to Greece, extends the season
"Extending the summer season to Greece means we are doing exactly that...."
At 18.23 on 23-F
Lieutenant-Colonel Antonio Tejero burst into Congress at the head of 200 Guardia Civil officers.
Alive with new ideas in our world
Take a look at Soller Valley's latest news and what are the new expectations of its inhabitants.
The mystery of the Portuguese attack of 1415
On February 23, 1415, Guillem de Santjoan got wind of an attack, and on the following day reinforcements arrived...
New ways to learn
Encouraging your child at an early age to develop a love of practical media studies could open up their educational lives from an early stage.
Carnival, Colour and Costumes
Rafa Nadal International School was resplendent with colour, costumes and carnival fever this week.
Fastighetsbyrån Sunny Friday - this week two apartments are being shown in the Palma area
This week there will be two live digital viewings: Son Rapinya at 12.00 and near Palma tennis at 12.30.
The Circular Argument of Tourism
Covid - post-Covid is proving to be fertile territory for envisioning a brave new world in which pre-Covid is cast aside.
Bacalao is now in the limelight
Our Bulletin's food expert, Andrew Valente, shares his secrets to cooking an amazing classic Spanish-style bacalao.
Changing Majorca’s chip
The Balearics can no longer afford to rely for 80% of its income from tourism.