Ryanair is offering passengers cheap PCR tests
Ryanair passengers can buy pre-departure PCR testing kits and two testing kits for when they get home.
Balearic Hoteliers want to buy vaccines
For weeks, hoteliers in Spain and the rest of Europe have been demanding increased vaccination.
Spanish gallery investigating possible Caravaggio
Art lovers eager to know whether a mysterious painting discovered in Spain is the work of Italian master Caravaggio, whose works can fetch millions.
Ole! Spanish firefighters airlift bull stranded on a beach
Check out the video of the spectacular aerial rescue of "Bolero", an 800 kg (1,760 lbs) bull.
Palma planning to reopen to cruise ships
Balearic government denies it does not want cruise ships back in local waters.
British Ambassador understands Balearic request for special treatment
Hugh Elliott: "The opening of travel from May 17 will be cautious and gradual."
UK-Spain to open travel corridor discussions
“We are desperate to welcome you this summer and we’ve been having constant conversations with the UK authorities..”
Balearic first quarter unemployment increased over four per cent
There were 116,800 unemployed in the Balearics in the first quarter of 2021.
Airlines fined for not checking Covid paperwork
The Civil Aviation Authority can fine Airlines £2,000 for every passenger they take to the UK without the correct paperwork.
Farming drought likely to be declared in parts of Mallorca
Farmers in Campos first warned about the situation.
Why is Mallorca short of vaccines when the UK can get 60 million doses?
Pfizer is working on a booster jab to quash the South Africa and Brazilian Covid variants, which is expected to be available later this year.
Balearic spike in Covid cases with 87 new cases
3,118 tests carried out in the past 24 hours.
'Love Island' is back in Mallorca, with a surprise guest!
Filming of the ever-popular ITV show was suspended last year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Higher parking charges for larger cars
It will be up to town halls to decide if they introduce the higher charges.
Nadal presents limited edition racket bag designed by his foundation students
“My foundation is a big part of my life and for it is great for children to have played such an important role in the design."
European Parliament wants free PCR tests for travel certificate
The parliament wants free tests for the certificate and a maximum price to be set for tests not linked to the certificate.
Almost one in four people in the Balearics have been vaccinated
The total target population for vaccination is 986,279.
Slow relaxation of restrictions to ensure 200,000 summer jobs
One of the main unions is insisting that current caution needs to continue in order to save summer employment.
Viewpoint: United Nations is where?
A number of major organisations are failing to shine at their moment of need.
Humans of Mallorca lend us their Itinerant Art
Our Columnist Shirley Roberts interviews the masterminds behind ‘Itinerant art’ in the Soller Valley.
Out and About: Rice ‘n’ Easy Does It!
Our Columnist Peter Clover gives us his experience trying to make a traditional Mallorcan Dessert with pints.
The Basque way of adding a final garlicky blast of flavour to a dish
Our Bulletin's food expert shows us how to cook the ‘refrito’ another culinary trick that adds a final blast of flavour to a dish.
Healthier parenting in Mallorca
Practical Parenting this week: The Adult Chair, it’s a therapeutic group where people in our area can encourage each other to live healthier and more authentic lives.
Time for a change at Cartier in Palma
"At such a difficult time globally, it is time to strengthen trade and be an example of a quality tourist destination..”
Dancers put their best foot forward in Mallorca's Regional Championship
Fans can look forward to another day of dancing on May 16, which will feature the XXVII Trofeu FBBE
The week in tourism: Ouch! - When a grand hotelier finally speaks
Barceló has broken his silence and has come out with several guns blazing, attacking the management of the pandemic in Mallorca.
Puerto Portals Farmers' Market postponed for 1 week
It’s the fourth edition of the Farmers’ Market, which highlights local produce and artisanal products.
Films in English this week in Palma from April 30 to Thursday May 6
A wide selection of films in English to be screened on Tuesday this week both at CineCiutat in Palma and Festival Park in Marratxi.
Today's weather on Mallorca
Take a look at the forecast for the weekend and the next few days. To see what today's weather is like in the rest of Mallorca click here.
Stop Motion Movies in Year 1 at Mallorca International School
Having students from such diverse backgrounds and varied life experiences added to the plot twists!
The Blog: Watching the Mallorcans
How did tourism affect the traditional Mallorcan community on the island? What is it like to live in the interior of Mallorca?