More neighbourhood police officers for four Palma districts
Control of scooters is a major concern of residents in various neighbourhoods of the city.
Find out which ships have arrived in the Balearic Islands today
Two giant cruise ships, a Royal Navy aircraft carrier, a Dutch navy destroyer and a number of other vessels are all docking in the port of Palma this morning.
Spain's regions seek tighter restrictions as COVID-19 cases tick up
Authorities said they could declare a health emergency if pressure on hospitals worsened.
Access and parking problems threaten the future of Palma's markets
Santa Catalina market just one of those said to be at risk.
Spain to force streaming platforms to use regional languages, Catalan party says
The measures come in exchange for ERC's critical support for the leftist coalition government's 2022 budget bill.
Spain opposition leader comes under fire over religious service
The leader of the conservative People’s Party attended a religious service for the late dictator Francisco Franco.
Sorry, we are closed to the public
Royal Navy aircraft carrier, Queen Elizabeth, will not be open to the public and no events have been planned.
Balearics second for foreign tourists in October
Mallorca had the highest number of overnight stays in October.
Regional financing system should take account of tourist numbers
The Balearic government wants a better financing deal because of overpopulation.
Covid Certificates may become compulsory in bars and restaurants in the Balearics
"After so much effort by society the most reasonable thing to do is extend the use of the Covid certificate, which is also a way to encourage vaccination..”
Doctors concluded that Air Arabia Maroc passenger was not unwell
No symptoms to suggest he needed emergency care.
TIB Intermodal Card can now be used on Palma buses
Transfers to the EMT service, except for the airport routes, will be free.
Pinched by energy crisis, Spanish coal plant slated for closure fires up
"It is not possible to determine how long this entirely exceptional situation will persist,"
Three more passengers from Air Arabia Maroc plane arrested in Mallorca
Five arrests in all.
Record number of Covid cases again in the Balearics
Further increase in the daily number of cases.
Solar panels to be installed next to Mallorca's roads
All available "dead space" is being considered for solar installations.
Christmas lights go on in Palma this evening....watch it live on here
Live updates: Countdown is taking place for the lights to be turned on.
Prison for Air Arabia Maroc passengers arrested in Sencelles
Two of five people arrested in Sencelles on Wednesday morning were released.
The responsible tourist
The travel industry wants to tackle climate change but we the tourist have a role.
Five hundred years of Mallorcan banditry
The idea that the Mallorcan bandit was like some masked highwayman is a long way from the reality.
Proving you've had your booster jab, plus - A day without wine, is a day without...!
Frank Leavers' views on some of the stories of the week.
Palma man takes on the Camino de Santiago
“The journey brings out the best in everyone and there’s a great atmosphere on the route and in the hostels,
La fabada - It’s time to cook Spain’s famous beans dish
Fabada is just one of the many hundreds of winter dishes for which Spanish regional cuisine is renowned.
TaPalma 2021 Winners announced
The delicious tapas and cocktails invented by the TaPalma 2021 contestants will be available on the tapas route from Wednesday, November 24-Sunday, November 28.
What's On Wednesday 24 November and Thursday 25 November
Don't forget that today the Christmas lights go on.
Mallorca Weather Forecast for November 25
Wrap up if you're going out and don't forget your umbrella because there's more stormy weather on the horizon! Keep up with what's happening all over the island by clicking here.
One kind word
Last week was anti-bullying week in the UK and at The Academy International School we had lots of activities.
“Times are hard in Mallorca and there are fears over the festive period...”