Magalluf hotels to close in two weeks
Calvia Mayor demanding that hotels stay open for the sake of employment and the economic recovery of the Municipality.
Rains help bring fierce Spanish wildfire under control
About 1,000 firefighters backed by some 50 aircraft had worked to put out the blaze.
Palma Airport passenger figures recovering
More than 2.6 million passengers passed through Palma Airport in August.
Spain to cap gas prices, redirect company profits to curb energy bills
Spot electricity prices, which make up around a third of consumer power bills, have broken records for weeks.
Balearic Consumer Price Index up 3.4% in August
The accumulated increase is 2.5%, with a 14.2% decrease in clothing and footwear and increases of 8.4% in housing and 7.3% in transportation.
War of words over expanding Palma airport
The GOB is also organising a protest rally on 19 September at midday on the steps of Palma Cathedral to express its opposition to this project.
Palma temporary terraces to go by the end of the month
Public patience with the loss of parking spaces has worn thin; any terraces remaining on October 1 could incur a fine.
Town halls joining forces to try and prevent loss of bank branches
Mallorca's town halls concerned by bank mergers and the loss of branches.
Foreign buyers eyeing up luxury properties in the Balearics
36% of German buyers and 11% of British investors are trawling the real estate website, Idealista.com for luxury properties.
The crisis "will last two years"
Recovery in two years of what was lost economically in 2020.
2 arrested for alleged rape in Magalluf
The alleged sexual assault happened in the early hours of Monday morning.
Balearics coronavirus figures for Tuesday, September 14
A significant drop in the daily test rate.
Two Americans die in Portocolom psicobloc accident
Group was apparently practising psicobloc.
Palma Airport tram to be operational in 2026
250 million euros of European funds for the tram.
Viewpoint: Changing tourism
“There have been calls for change within the tourist industry....”
The Blog: Mallorca’s drunken 39% of tourists
Why is Mallorca more of a paradise for drunken tourists than the rest of the Balearics?
Summer Blog: Doesn’t that really give you a vacation vibe?
Most people I know, who visit Mallorca out of the high season, fall in love with our countryside and mountain landscape.
'Norwegian Epic' cruise ship back in business
'Norwegian Epic' and 'Harmony of the Seas' will visit Palma once a week until October 25.
Spotlight on Soller: The cracks are beginning to appear
"Such a waste of good decision making time when there are many social issues to be taken care of in Soller"
Miss & Mr International Spain 2021 competition
52 candidates from all over Spain will compete for in the Miss & Mr International Spain competition.
Wild Mallorca: Buttercups, Barbury’s and a painted lady!
Although the summer is slowly coming to an end, there will be the excitement of something new or unusual turning up on our shores.
Enjoying Mallorca: Fiestas to fairs and invented traditions
The summer fiestas start to fade, and as they do, they merge with and morph into another form of tradition - the fair.
Mallorca Weather Forecast for September 15
Keep an eye on the weather all over Mallorca via our webcams, by clicking here.
Fan's view: Defensive errors prove costly as RCD Mallorca lose 2-0
Monro Bryce's thoughts on RCD Mallorca's first defeat of the season - What went wrong?
Viewpoint: Wrong job in Mallorca
Majorca may have posted record employment figures, sadly they will not last.