Spain to welcome international travellers in June
A pilot trial of digital health certificates will take place at all 46 Spanish airports in May.
Cost of PCR tests slashed in the UK
The cheaper PCR tests are good news for the Balearic Tourism Sector and could mean a lot more tourists will come to Mallorca this summer.
Bullets in the mail death threat sent to another candidate in Madrid election
The death threats have fuelled what have already been acrimonious campaigns for the May 4 election to the 136-seat regional assembly.
Ryanair Slashes its prices
TUI has already launched an extra 100,000 holidays for summer 2022 to meet soaring demand.
Two Spanish journalists, Irish citizen killed in Burkina Faso ambush
The Burkinabe government reported an increase in violence elsewhere in the past 72 hours.
No date yet for reopening bar and restaurant interiors
The restaurants associations have forwarded proposals to the government regarding a reopening.
Palma sanctions for noise almost trebled last year
Despite the increase, there was a large fall in complaints about noise caused by bars.
Soller train back on track soon
The tram service from Soller town to the Port is still running.
Balearic President calls on Britain to look at coronavirus data per island
Ambassador to meet Balearic President for talks in Palma on Thursday.
Ambassador to be asked for Mallorca to be on UK 'green list'
The British Ambassador is to meet President Armengol on Thursday.
Mass vaccination at Mallorcan & Ibizan Hotel Chains in the Caribbean
Meliá CEO, Gabriel Escarrer: "We would like to reiterate our request to the Spanish Government to prioritise vaccination of Tourism Sector workers..”
No guarantee of Balearics 'green list' differential treatment, says British Ambassador to Spain
The British Ambassador said in Ibiza that no decisions have been made yet.
Got the shot? Cyprus offers no-hassle holidays
The move affects travel from 65 countries...
Cancellations continuing for AstraZeneca second dose appointments
These are appointments for teachers and others who were given a first dose of AstraZeneca.
"Record shipment" of vaccine for the Balearics next week
An average of 100,000 doses per week are scheduled for delivery in May.
Balearics coronavirus figures for Wednesday
The same number of new cases as Tuesday and with a lower test rate.
Hoteliers warning - competitors' vaccination programmes threaten the summer
The hotels confederation wants greater vaccination priority to be given to tourism sector workers.
Alleged Manacor superspreader appears on TV programme
"No one specified to me 'you can't leave the house until we give you the result'."
Viewpoint: Mixed traffic lights
“Britain could say Go but Spain could say Stay, no entry...”
Viewpoint: Price is going to be king
Vaccines may be the key, but so too will be holiday prices this year.
Food for thought: Eat Oranges and put some zest into your life
Our Bulletin's food expert shows us typical Mallorcan recipes with oranges that you can try at home!
6th Edition of Circaire launched in Alcudia
‘I review my circus festival: towards good practices in parity’ aims to be a reference in the Circus Sector and will be presented at both festivals.
Puerto Portals Farmers' Market is back!
Solidarity shopping is being promoted again this year through ‘One for One’ at the Puerto Portals Farmers' Market.
Today's weather on Mallorca
Find out what were the minimum temperatures registered today by the Met Office and what is in store this holiday weekend. To see what the weather is like in the rest of Mallorca click here.
Australian Nick Kyrgios confirms he will play the ATP 250 in Santa Ponsa
The Mallorca Championships, which has Toni Nadal as director, was due to debut last year, but was suspended due to the pandemic.
Confidential: Mallorca ex-pats; the shape of things to come
Frank Leavers on the current situation of the British expatriated comunity living in Mallorca.