This is a decisive week for bars and restaurants in Mallorca
Hotels interiors in Mallorca are allowed to open and bars and restaurants are demanding that they be allowed to do the same.
Who are one of Mallorca's biggest land owners?
The Rueben brothers have become one of Mallorca's biggest land-owners buying sizeable plots across the island.
Mallorca- bound tourists face six hour wait at the airport
"Palma airport is prepared for Covid travel...."
Last orders at Palma´s most famous bar
One neighbour claimed that the Hat Bar owner had to pay a 7,000 euro fine for serving the Balearic President after curfew.
More terrace space but keep bar and restaurant interiors closed
Various town halls have already adopted measures for increasing terrace space.
40% of Mallorca's Municipalities Covid free for 2 weeks
The cumulative incidence rate over 7 days has fallen in 30% of the island’s Municipalities, including Palma.
Sunday shopping is back!
The change is to be discussed at the Thursday meeting of the social dialogue table.
Caixabank seeks to cut up to 18% of workforce in Spain
Caixabank plans cost-savings measures following the acquisition of rival Bankia to create Spain's biggest domestic bank.
Goodbye to masks in Mallorca by August?
No more masks in open spaces once there is vaccination of 50 to 70% of the population.
Bars and restaurants set to be open for dinner on their terraces
Interiors will remain closed but terrace capacity and hours will be extended.
Vueling launches summer sale
"The recovery of mobility this summer will be essential to reactivate economic and social life.."
Balearics need "higher percentage" of vaccine because of younger population
The opposition argue that the Balearics are still at the back of the vaccination queue.
Dining out again soon? We give our tips for top restaurants on the island
Check out which restaurants and bars are offering special deals.
Balearics coronavirus figures for Tuesday, 2 deaths and 45 new cases
The first deaths since last Tuesday; the test rate drops again.
Passengers can't mask their fury, police called to plane
The aircraft did leave but with delay.
You get another hour out on the town in Majorca!
"Easing of restrictions to be announced on Friday...."
Balearic president defends "slow de-escalation" of restrictions
The opposition called for greater flexibility of regulations for bars and restaurants.
Viewpoint: Vaccines not a tram
When it comes to EU recovery funds, Balearics needs to get priorities right.
Viewpoint: Easing restrictions
“I suspect that bars and restaurants will be allowed to open their interiors...”
Confidential: Are you a full-on power walker? - Plus, Stop pointing at me!
Frank Leavers views on those (overly) dedicated hill walkers and unsustainable restrictions on Mallorca.
Spotlight on Soller: Snow in April in the Soller Valley
There is government talk going on right now about the rights and wrongs of imposing any curfew once the State of Alarm is lifted.
Wild Mallorca: Walking on stilts!
"In my time on Mallorca and I have enjoyed innumerable sightings of these stunning birds."
Up, up and away at the Llucmajor Aeronautical Exhibition
The Exibition includes historical documents, photographs from the 1940s to the present day and model planes, including a rare Spantax.
FotoJove 2021 Winners Announced in Palma
"They broke the mould, more than 5,000 photographs were viewed by Foto Jove in order to create the Colour I Vida Exhibition.."
Today's weather on Mallorca
Find out what the weather is like on Wednesday and what is forecast for the next few days. To find out what the weather is like elsewhere in Mallorca check our webcams by clicking here.
Spain opposes soccer Super League involving its star clubs trio
Spain's football league, La Liga, and a host of its other clubs have added their name to a long list of institutions rejecting the idea of a European Super League.
The existing structure of European sports is under threat
The International Olympic Committee warns that the existing European sports model is under threat by 'profit-driven approach'
Super League could be devastating for women's game, says UEFA chief
Few details have emerged from the European Super League's founders as to how a women's version would look.
The Blog: The ethics of tourism worker vaccination
The Spanish government were pointing to ethical reasons for not prioritising the vaccination of tourism regions such as the Balearics.