Rock bottom prices for cleaning graffiti off private property
The price of two euros per m2 is purely symbolic, but it justifies removing the graffiti..”
Rethink on herd immunity calculations
“Vaccinating 750,000 people a week nationwide and maintaining restrictions could stop the spread of coronavirus variants and avoid new ones..”
EU to review safe travel list, could reconsider U.S. status - source
The EU list currently includes two dozen countries, including the United States, Japan and Australia.
Balearic public spending 3rd lowest in Spain
The Court of Accounts report was prepared with Ministry of Health data and Satellite Accounts of public health spending.
Guardia Civil Elite Officers on duty in the Balearics
The elite officers guarantee public order, protect the security of high-ranking personalities and reinforce territorial unit services, amongs other duties.
Mallorcan man jailed for allegedly drugging his children
The Prosecutor's Office originally requested a 6 year prison sentence for crimes of habitual abuse, injury and against public health.
Britain braced for a weekend surge in Mallorca holiday bookings
Mallorca was the second most booked destinations in the week to August 1, new figures show
Balearic Airport traffic increasing
Hotel owners and transport companies are concerned about delays to the Imserso programme, which is scheduled to begin in October.
Spotlight North: How many supermarkets does any one place need?
There are six substantial supermarkets for what is a regular population of 20,000...
Spotlight North: Pollensa memories - the festival and the black market
Photos and posters prove that the festival rightly deserves its reputation as one of Mallorca’s most important cultural events.
Spotlight North: Mayor demands 24-hour health centre for Can Picafort
The health centre in Can Picafort was unexpectedly closed last Sunday
Balearics coronavirus figures for Saturday
The number of new cases is down again; ICU admissions up.
Algeria requests extradition of suspected terrorism funder
His wife says that he will be tortured if he is returned to Algeria.
“Sporting success can bring society together at times of crisis like the pandemic”
Mallorcan Pablo Bujosa Rodríguez has won an Emmy for a promotion featuring a Los Angeles Lakers fan and graffiti artist.
Magalluf hoteliers still facing an August of uncertainty
Announcements by the UK and German governments have done little to ease the uncertainty.
Keep it simple, stupid: the week in Mallorca
Amber-plus was averted; tourism was surging from a distinctly low ebb; and politicians photobombed the royals.
Via Cintura accident rate cut by almost 30%
Reducing the speed limit was controversial, but there have been fewer accidents on the Via Cintura.
Proposal for Palma park to be used for motorhomes
The proposal would provide space for at least twenty motorhomes and camper vans.
Viewpoint: Vaccination slowing down?
The vaccination programme on the islands did most certainly speed up, but it now appears to be slowing.
The restaurant review: A place serving paellas for one
Our food expert found the only restaurant that doesn't insist that paellas must be for a minimum of two people...
Mallorca Weather Forecast for August 8
Keep up with the weather all over Mallorca this weekend by clicking here.
Fan's view: Mallorca fans split over call to boycott cup game tonight
Real Mallorca fans are furious with the local government’s decision to allow only 5,000 to access the Son Moix stadium tonight
Mallorcan wins silver medal in K4 500m
The final was marked by the battle between the German world champions and the Spanish.
Felipe VI congratulates Joan Cardona on his bronze medal in Palma
Adding to the medal tally for Spanish and Balearic athletes.
Viewpoint: Spies like us at the party
Very cunning indeed, hiring private detectives to snitch on illegal parties, is it legal?