Just like old times: the week in Mallorca
Mallorca was transformed into a film set; "saturation" returned to Palma; and mayors were potentially in the money.
U.S. to lift restrictions Nov 8 for vaccinated foreign travelers
The CDC plans to issue new rules soon on contact tracing for international air travelers.
Three months after work started, Hotel Formentor protection is now ordered
Protection is now being asked for - "There's nothing left inside".
Balearic air and sea activity recovering fast
"The movement of planes and passengers between Mahón and Ibiza is spectacular.."
Migrant boat intercepted in Formentera
The patera was spotted in Caló de Sant Agusti in Formentera.
UK PM Johnson visits church where lawmaker was stabbed to death
Johnson said Britain had lost a fine public servant and a much-loved friend and colleague.
Teachers advise parents not to let minors watch 'The Squid Game'
"We fear that the success of 'The Squid Game' could provoke possible episodes of violence.."
Record 2-tonne sunfish found off the coast of Ceuta
Marine biologist Enrique Ostale could not believe his eyes when he saw the enormous sunfish.
Record £184m jackpot won
The EuroMillions jackpot has been won by a French ticket-holder.
Puerto Pollensa’s shipyard to fight on
Astilleros Cabanellas has been in Puerto Pollensa since 1959.
World jet ski competition comes to Can Picafort
From Tuesday to Saturday next week, the bay of Alcudia will be full of jet skis.
Complaints received by the anticorruption office have shot up
The office has yet to start processing 110 complaints that have been lodged with it.
France's ambassador on Mallorca's increasing popularity among the French
The French consulate calculates that there has been 25% growth in French tourism this year.
Drug shooting in Mallorca
Rapid intervention of the National Police prevented him from being lynched.
"Sir Richard is finally seeing his Mallorcan dream come true"
Jon Brown, managing director at Virgin Limited Edition, has been checking on progress at the Son Bunyola estate.
Palma rents impossible for people on the minimum wage
With a third of the minimum wage there is nothing.
Spanish love home working
Getting Spaniards back to work after the pandemic is going to prove hard graft.
It's donut time in Mallorca!
Many years ago, boys went door to door serenading girls they knew and gave them buñuelos to celebrate their virginity.
Fishing for lunch in central Palma
Thumbs up or thumbs down? What does our Bulletin food expert have to say about this restaurant in the centre of Palma?
What's On Saturday 16 October
Plenty going on today across the island. Just be advised of road closures for some of the sporting events taking place in Paguera and Puerto Alcudia.
Mallorca Weather Forecast for October 17
The weather in Mallorca is changing by the minute this weekend, keep up to date with what it's like all over the island via our live webcams, just click here.
“Higher prices and a poor summer season, not a good combination...”