Mallorca Weather Forecast for January 13
You can keep up to date with the weather across the island here.
SFM railworkers strike action resumes today
Strike action to affect services today and Sunday.
Discover what ships are moored in the Balearic Ports right now
Discover what is moored up.
The UN to "follow the example" of countries such as Spain that qualify COVID-19 as endemic
Many countries "are forced" to live with the virus because "they don't have access to vaccines.
Christmas and covid reduce blood stocks to alarming levels in Balearics
Balearic Islands has warned that the shortage of blood "seriously compromises the health care of patients".
Local Police arrest youth who threatened a TIB bus driver with a knife
The offender was caught in an abandoned house on the outskirts of the municipality.
Prince Andrew's legal team decline comment on U.S. court decision
Buckingham Palace said on Wednesday it would not comment on an ongoing legal matter.
Heartfelt enough? UK Johnson's future uncertain after lockdown party apology
Many MPs are said to be waiting for the outcome of Gray's report before taking any action.
Balearics coronavirus figures for Thursday, January 13
A slight drop in the number of daily cases.
England's colourful deputy chief medical officer to step down
England's deputy chief medical officer Jonathan Van-Tam is leaving the role and returning to academic life.
Mallorca antivaxx bar gives police the slip
Bar reopened on the beach on Wednesday evening.
Small retailers fearing January business will be lost
The winter sales not producing the hoped-for business.
Spain to cap antigen test prices, expand booster programme
Antigen tests are only be available in pharmacies and not for sale in supermarkets.
New procedures for avoiding congestion when it snows in the mountains
A lack of parking has been just one issue.
Armengol calls for continuing Covid caution
The president was responding to the Spanish government's proposal that Covid be treated as endemic.
Over 50 Covid positive crew members taken off cruise ship in Mallorca
This is the second cruise ship affected by an outbreak of Covid to have docked in Palma in the past week.
Spain's tourist sector seen reaching 88% of pre-pandemic size in 2022
If the forecasts are accurate, tourism will contribute to 10.5% of Spain's overall GDP.
Migrants - what’s going on?
Unequivocal statements are needed. The public has an absolute right to know.
Minorca ... Something happened
Apart from the landscapes, beaches and Biosphere, what was Minorca’s big attraction?
Pretending to be someone else? Hey, It's called acting!
Frank Leavers' views on some of the stories of the week.
The orange is back with a juicy hello
Find out why Mallorca’s oranges are extremely good and are among the best in Spain.
The very real problems of the Humans of Majorca in 2022
What is the hard reality that young people in Mallorca have to face?
What's On Thursday 13 January and Friday 14 January
Take a look at these events taking place in Mallorca.
Sant Sebastià competition
Six cakes aspire to become ‘Tianet’
Between this coming Saturday and Thursday 27, people can vote for a maximum of two of the six suggestions.
A Showcase of our Early Years Curriculum
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Djokovic included in Australian Open draw as visa decision looms
Australia considering cancelling his visa again.
Mallorca’s “ghost flights”
Més per Mallorca are calling on Brussels to bring an end to “ghost flights”.