Fifty per cent of Mallorca's holiday homes have been booked
Bookings are being made with the option of free cancellation.
Alcudia's 'Dollar Street' needs euros and a strategic plan
A comprehensive plan for the Avenida Pedro Mas y Reus is urgently needed.
Over 50 arrests in Mallorca for money laundering and drug trafficking
At least one million euros were laundered.
"Too early" to be lifting UK travel restrictions
Worries about the Indian variant leading Labour to question the lifting of travel restrictions.
Dead whale off the Palma coast
The body of the whale was sighted around half twelve.
Anna Nicholas: My column
Anna Nicholas’s views on being muted by a new ‘woke’ belief system and how Brexit affects British businesses operating in the EU.
Your weekend culinary delights: Falafels …a national icon?
Marc Fosh, the first and only British Chef to be awarded a Michelin Star in Spain, shows his own version of falafel recipe.
Scandinavian Spotlight: “There is always a fiesta in Spain”
In this week's article: In Scandinavia we love fiestas and due to lack of fun traditions as we have in Mallorca, we have made a special day for most of the bakery goods we have on offer.
Gardening in Mallorca: Mediterranean plants
The ornamental garden need not only depend on annual flowers but an interesting collection of succulents and cacti can fill any corner.
Almost there - Mallorca move closer to promotion
Three games to go and eight points ahead of third-placed Almeria.
Mallorca's person of the week: Coronavirus data and protest
Headline makers last week in the Majorca Daily Bulletin.
Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter