Substantial reward offered for witness to Dutch tourist murder
Dutch police have arrested eight young people aged 18-20 in connection with the death of Carlo Heuvelman and five of them are in detention.
Call for Amazon & other multinationals to pay Balearic taxes, 27,000 jobs could be lost
“We simply demand that online companies that come to the Balearics comply with current regulations and pay local taxes.”
Which ships are docked in the Balearic ports?
Today we have a few ships in Balearic Ports.
No more galley horses in Playa de Muro
“We don’t mistreat our animals, but society has become much more sensitive so we have to adapt to survive.."
Colonia Sant Jordi road improvement due next year
Improvements have been demanded for years.
Christmas could hit the slow lane in Spain
"Prohibiting drivers from loading and unloading merchandise..."
Sant Antoni fiestas returning to Capdepera
The fiestas in January this year had to be called off.
Balearics expecting full recovery of British tourism in 2022
"Very good feelings" at the World Travel Market in London.
Spain fears a winter blackout
Hardware stores in Madrid have put oil lamps or butane gas heaters in their shop fronts - despite the government and energy companies insisting citizens have nothing to fear.
Telefonica seeks up to 4,000 voluntary redundancies by mid-2022
The debt-laden company is likely to start negotiations with unions by the end of November.
Defence appealing against Palma Airport incident sedition charges
Defence lawyers continue to press for deportation of the twelve in custody.
Spanish citizen accused of using EU cash to fund banned terrorist organisation
Rishmawi, was convicted on charges that included activity in a proscribed organisation and illicit money transfers.
Mallorcan hikers rescued in Asturias
The rescue team had to use crampons, ice axes and ropes to get past avalanches that had iced over in order to reach the group.
Balearics coronavirus figures for Thursday, November 11
14-day cumulative incidence close to 100.
Mallorcan air....the latest souvenir, a bargain at 3.50 euros a can!
"All I need is the Mallorca air that I can breath!"
Brexit costing Mallorca
Brexit continues to be full of surprises, now it’s VAT and customs and excise duties.
Hummingbirds and picadors
As with myths about Magalluf, there are those who maintain that the picadors were themselves something of a myth.
A Winter Warmer!
Have you ever stayed up all night thinking about an amazing dish? Discover Peter Clover's favourite Mallorcan dish
Cider apples - This year’s harvest was excellent
Do you know how to find a real traditional cider in mallorca?
Pueblo Español Christmas market opens soon!
Pueblo Español was built between 1965 and 1968 and contains replicas of some of the most famous buildings in Spain.
Humans of Mallorca claim back their Island
The Mallorcan world is reconnecting with each other as fast as it can before the next perceived crisis.
What's On Thursday 11 November and Friday 12 November
Tomorrow you can't miss Los 40 Music Awards 2020, these are the most important Spanish music awards.
Storm 'Blas' is not budging from Mallorca anytime soon
112 emergency services says Storm 'Blas' has caused 82 new incidents in the last few hours.
Mallorca Weather Forecast for November 12
You'll need your umbrella again today because Storm 'Blas' is still kicking around in Mallorca! Keep an eye on what's happening all over the island by clicking here.
Queen’s College Planet protectors Save the Med - Changemakers project 2021 - 2022
Save the Med are once again launching a Changemakers Project this year and Queen’s College is determined to be a part of it!
“Important chinks in the security armour at Palma airport have been exposed.”