“This ends up in the sea”
The town hall announced two weeks ago that there is to be a major study of the impact on marine life in the bay.
15% of Balearic residents will be vaccinated before Easter
By the end of March, the Balearic Islands will have received 197,060 vaccines from Pfizer; 167,560 from AstraZeneca and 29,500 from Moderna.
Palma to get 4 new Nursery Schools
"The increase in nursery school places will help childrens' development and allow parents to get back to work.."
Multi-million-euro fund for Mallorca's Councils
“40% of the Municipalities will receive an investment of half a million euros or more,”
Shocker for Real Club Náutico in Palma
"There is no doubt that the Board of Directors will fight for our rights by all legal means within our reach.."
New beach bars for Alcudia
The existing balnearios are some thirty years old and are considered to be obsolete.
Hope to see you soon in Mallorca, great news for tourists
If all goes according to plan, British tourists could be back in late May.
Alcudia and the Council of Majorca’s plans
There needs to be some assurance for local businesses that they will still be around to be part of the future.
Coronavirus contagion curve stabilising in the Balearic Islands
"The cumulative incidence rate in the last 14 days is now at the orange level of risk.."
No, Francisca, the image is the reality
This charitable initiative, which has been hugely successful, has what it refers to as stations in different parts of the island.
Barcelona to hold rock concert for 5,000 after COVID-free trial
If successful, the Love of Lesbian gig could provide a route to recovery for the ravaged live music industry.
Spanish government met the cost of royal yacht severance pay
The ten crew of Fortuna were paid over 1.2 million euros.
VW says electric car production in Spain hinges on EU support
SEAT said last year it was considering producing a small electric vehicle in Spain from 2025.
Bars and restaurants in Palma sanctioned for non-compliance
"Surveillance will be strict, let no one think that at this time there are no controls..”
March 8 is International Women's Day
'Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a Covid-19 world' is the motto for the International Women's Day 2021.
Oh Buger, the story of the town without any law!
"Local council is deeply concerned..."
Balearics coronavirus figures for Saturday
Sixteen more new cases than were reported on Friday.
Council of Mallorca direct aid for discos and wholesalers
The Council's aid for all sectors is now over 24 million euros.
Mallorca Weather Forecast for Sunday
Heavy rain and moderate winds are forecast for Mallorca today, with a high of 15 degrees. To find out what the weather's like in other parts of Mallorca, click here.
Tui seeking an acceleration of Mallorca vaccination
Chief financial officer, Sebastian Ebel, will be meeting the government on Monday.
Please be patient: the week in Mallorca
The vaccination programme was apparently progressing "according to forecasts", which was why everyone was calling for a foot on the gas.
Fighting to resolve the 3-6 month trap for Britons in Spain
Interview with Andrew Hesselden, who owns a home in Mallorca and is campaigning to defend the rights of part-year British residents.
The risk of pilot schemes
The Balearics pioneered a safe air corridor last year and remember what happened?
Pasta menu a good deal
Eating at Sandro is always a pleasure because he believes in getting things right which means, among other things, that he uses authentic high quality products and cooks them properly.
Huguet's new video explains the story of an old Mallorcan sink
It’s important to preserve our heritage, because things that are done well last for centuries and some objects have a "soul".
In a world where you can shop anywhere... shop local here on Mallorca
We need to support our local businesses.
Mother's Day coming around
Most gardening depends on the weather so we must be prepared for just about anything at this time of year.
Broccoli… The green vegetable that packs a powerfully healthy punch
Broccoli is a good source of fibre and protein, and contains iron, potassium, calcium and magnesium as well as loads of vitamins and folic acid.
Mallorca have the look of champions
There won’t be many changes for the game on Sunday from the team that picked up three points at Logroñes last Sunday.
When Is A Goal Not A Goal
"The visitors were a goal down at the half hour mark when they scored from a free kick"
Vote for life
“British expats do deserve the vote in British general elections...”