Student Covid outbreak did not originate in Mallorca
Dr Javier Arranz is convinced that the outbreak that affected around 500 students was imported.
60-69 year olds to get their 2nd vaccine earlier
All 60-69 year olds are advised to take extra precautions to prevent infection if they haven't had their second jab.
Spotlight North: Hotel Formentor and the inevitable opposition
Pollensa town hall earlier this week granted the licence for redevelopment at the hotel.
Spotlight North: Puerto Pollensa - a different wastewater spill
For a time on Thursday the Albercuix beach in Puerto Pollensa needed to be closed.
Mask free outdoors in Mallorca from today!!
"Our smiles will return to our streets, with a safe distance and those smiles are visible to all of us..”
Spotlight North: The Pollensa Festival - sixty editions later
Philip Newman, a British violinist is attributed with having been the festival’s founder.
Spotlight North: Patron saints and wine
The programme for Pollensa’s La Patrona fiestas has been announced by the town hall.
Ibiza nightclub pilot hailed as a huge success
"Prudence and responsibility is necessary because we do not want any new outbreaks..”
Half of the islands' almond trees have disappeared over the past ten years
EU Next Generation funds are to be used to increase the number of trees.
Balearics setting records for photovoltaic electricity generation
Three years ago, renewables accounted for just three per cent of electricity production.
The Pullmans miracle in Cala Major
"There is a brutal neglect in this neighbourhood.."
Mallorca Weather Forecast for June 27
Find out where's hot and where's superhot in Mallorca this weekend, by clicking here.
Yacht charter companies forecasting 70% occupancy
The German and national markets are particularly strong.
Illegal bike races in the mountains now more frequent on weekdays
Drones are now being used in a new attempt to crack down on the illegal races.
When green's a shade of amber: the week in Mallorca
British tourism was coming home, but was it truly green? And what was that about tests?
From Soho in the swinging '60s to Sa Pobla
Interview with Mallorca resident Andrew Maclear, whose photography was a documentary of the sixties.
Health minister Hancock resigns
"The last thing I would want is for my private life to distract attention from the single-minded focus that is leading us out of this crisis."
Mallorca probes COVID-19 outbreak
At least 1,000 students have had to go into isolation
Bulletin reader says it is chaos at Palma airport
Systems need to be sorted out by Wednesday when the masses arrive and Mallorca is fully on the green list.
Guardia Civil supervising transfer of students to Mallorca Covid hotel
Thirty-three students are so far known to have been moved to a Covid hotel.
Viewpoint: Spain’s in the EU money
Spain is in line for one of the largest slices of EU funding but it has to spend wisely.
The restaurant review: There’s a Greek Taverna in town
Thumbs up or Thumbs down? Our Bulletin food expert visits Palma's last Greek restaurant.
Looking for somewhere new to eat? Take a look at our restaurant guide on Mallorca
There are some super venues serving great food while you enjoy your football on huge screens.
Drive-In movies back in Palma by popular demand
Four people are allowed per car, all screenings start at 21:30 and food, drinks and popcorn are available at the venue.
Medvedev keys up for Wimbledon with first title on grass in Mallorca
The Russian, a two-time Grand Slam finalist, beat Querrey for his 11th ATP Tour title with all his previous titles coming on hardcourts.
Viewpoint: The Brits are coming
“The Balearic government should be more than happy...”