Number of cruise ships in Palma will almost double in September
Forty ships are scheduled for September; the number for August is 23.
Palma bars closed, but parking-space terraces remain
Bars have closed for holidays, and temporary terraces should have been removed.
Balearics tipped to remain amber in next review
The latest figures published on Thursday showed Spain’s 14-day average case rate is at 457 infections per 100,000 people, down from 604 the previous week.
Morocco wants strong ties with Spain after diplomatic rift -king says
Morocco was angered after Spain admitted a Western Sahara independence leader for medical treatment.
Germany designates parts of Greece "high risk" COVID areas
Crete and islands in the southern Aegean Sea will be considered high-risk from Tuesday.
Bus strike in Mallorca's western region
The government is accused of having shown no interest in the strike action.
Balearic hoteliers under pressure not to raise their prices for next season
Tour operators and hoteliers are engaged in negotiating new contracts for next season.
Parking problems continue at Cala Varques
The popularity of Cala Varques leads to parking problems summer after summer.
Seventy requests for filming in Palma over the first half of the year
A twenty per cent increase in filming compared with last year.
Spotlight North: The kiteboarders (or is it kitesurfers) of Sa Marina
There is a real safety issue, which is why the residents have made their complaints over the years.
Balearics coronavirus figures for Saturday
Twenty-one fewer Covid patients on hospital wards in the Balearics.
Spotlight North: Traffic chaos in Puerto Alcudia
Find out what is causing the traffic chaos.
Spotlight North: And traffic down Bellevue way
The time is long, long overdue for all stakeholders to sit down and come up with sensible and amicable solutions.
Spotlight north: More on illegal parties in Pollensa
Fines were handed out for breaches of Covid regulations.
The Afghan Royal Marine veteran who Mallorca put on the path to glory
Interview with Andy Grant, who suffered terrible injuries in Afghanistan and whose recovery was aided by a holiday invitation to Mallorca.
Play your traffic lights right: the week in Mallorca
Nerves were apparently jangling ahead of the next UK travel review, and the Balearic government had a cunning plan for the Covid certificate.
Naked man takes a stroll in Palma
Two police officers eventually had a word with him.
Ignore a red flag, and it could be a fine of 2,000 euros
The bather probably hadn't bargained on there being off-duty police officers on the beach.
Which is Mallorca's cheapest village to buy a home?
At an average of 1,173 euros per square metre.
Viewpoint: See you next year, hopefully
The pressure is for one last sprint for the season, but not everyone is convinced.
Where to eat out in Mallorca
Tired of cooking every day? Why not go out for a meal? Check out our restaurant guide.
The restaurant review: Summer duo was a superb bargain
Thumbs up or Thumbs down? Does this restaurant maintain the cooking standards of the Basques?
What's On Saturday 21 to Sunday 22 August
Music, concerts, circus shows and summer fiestas.
Mallorca Weather Forecast for August 21
Any plans for today? Keep up to date with the weekend weather in Mallorca by clicking here.
Sunday's weather in Mallorca
Yellow alerts for high temperatures in parts of the island on Sunday.
Fan's view: real Mallorca head for the Basque country to play Alaves tonight
Real Mallorca flew into Bilbao airport last night to play Deportivo Alaves this evening, kick off 17:00.
Viewpoint: Open all hours
“Shop owners should be demanding longer opening times...”