Posters cause outrage in Palma
Security Personnel are sifting through CCTV footage to identify the people who posted them.
More evacuations as lava pours from Canaries volcano
Watch live updates on the volcano here.
Balearic Government wants to reopen border with Algeria
“The objective is to open the border as soon as possible, we cannot consolidate an irregular flow..”
Es Trenc beach has receded an average of 13.5 metres since 1956
Breakwaters and barriers have impeded the natural dynamics.
Cheers to the end of the summer!
Rafa Nadal shares with fans his last day's of summer.
Police find "chain of contacts" for sexual exploitation of minors
Seventeen people were arrested last week in connection with the sexual exploitation of minors.
Four cruise ships meet in Palma!
The passengers on 'The World' cruise ship decide what route the ship will take and where it will dock.
Police hunt suspects of violent attack in Porto Pi
"There were more than 10 people against one, they were cowards..”
Spanish, Italian police arrest 106 in mafia sting operation
The gang allegedly laundered money for mafia groups and made millions of euros through online scams.
Inca and Manacor mass vaccination centres closing
Some 220,000 doses were administered at the two centres.
Prince Andrew is served sexual assault lawsuit in United States
Under federal rules, the Duke of York has 21 days to respond or could face a default judgment.
Minister calls for a debate about "boat overcrowding"
Minorca has been especially affected by the number of boats this year.
Balearics coronavirus figures for Tuesday, September 21
14-day cumulative incidence in Mallorca is 117.4.
Court backs government in Spanish students 'Covid hotel' case
The court has decided that there was "no possible alternative".
Families given one hour to evacuate as lava nears sea
Families rushed to retrieve belongings from their homes and escape the advancing lava.
Viewpoint: The sustainable mobility challenge
"The town hall seems to have been making a bit of a mess of things."
The Blog: This sporting life - tackling seasonality
"They were aware of the issues five years ago. Covid hasn’t made them go away."
Amanda Blog: And finally...
"On Sunday we decided to take it easy since the day before had been so eventful..."
The red prawn takes centre stage in Soller
The first Soller International Shrimp Cooking Competition was held at the Suculenta Restaurant in Puerto Soller.
Spotlight on Soller: ‘Tell me the story from the beginning please’
Have you ever wondered why people come to live in the Soller valley?
Wild Mallorca: Dropwings and dropping down to feed!
How does nature cope with the rainy days of late summer?
What's on Tuesday 21 to Friday 24 September
This week Sant Mateu fiestas in Bunyola and Calonge is celebrating their Sant Miquel fiestas. Plan ahead and see what concerts are taking place.
The Top events for the week
Take a look, you might be interested in these Top events from Thursday 23 to Saturday 25 September.
Weather warning issued for Mallorca
Watch the weather live here. Check out the videos from last nights storm! Keep right up to date with the weather all over Mallorca via our live webcams, by clicking here.
Mallorca Weather Forecast for September 22
Today is the last day of summer. Keep up to date with the weather all over Mallorca via our live webcams, by clicking here.
Torrential rain causing havoc in Mallorca
The State Meteorological Agency, Aemet has issued an orange alert for extremely heavy rain and thunderstorms in Mallorca. Check the videos here.
"Chaos" in the north of Mallorca as heavy rains hit
"Eye-witness said that vehicle simply floated away...."
“I would say that the traffic light system has been a disaster from the start...”