Mallorca Weather Forecast for January 24
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Squatting skyrockets in Balearics
Every day two houses are squatted in the Balearic Islands.
Discover what ships are moored in the Balearic Ports right now
Discover what is moored up.
Trial for sending drugs by post to UK
A box containing dried cannabis buds worth almost 60,000 euros, was delivered to the store.
Coffee prices soar to "historic" levels
90% of bars and coffee shops have increased the price of a cup of coffee between 0.10 and 0.20 cents due to the pandemic and the cost of transportation.
Assailed by scandal, UK's Johnson fights for his job
The government's chief whip, Mark Spencer, said he was the person at the centre of Ghani's allegations. He said they were completely false and defamatory.
Palma neighbourhood terrorised by squatter clan
Noises, threats, fights, confrontations with the police, children out of school and drugs create alarm in the neighbourhood.
Calvia - second highest average price of homes in Spain
Calvia is fifth most expensive to rent.
Inside La Palma's volcano, gas emissions mark colourful terrain
The area close to the craters remains closed to the public in a closely policed perimeter.
Council of Mallorca sack Covid passport opponent
Josep Manchado is now the former director for the environment at the Council of Mallorca.
Valldemossa missing its low-season tourists
Low-season tourism in Valldemossa is almost half of what it was prior to the pandemic.
French adventurer, 75, missing at sea in rowboat attempt to cross Atlantic
The search involved a naval corvette, three aircraft and several merchant ships.
England to drop COVID travel test demand, PM Johnson says
People arriving in England from abroad will no longer have to take COVID-19 tests if they have been vaccinated.
22 minors admitted to ICU because of Covid during the pandemic
Nine ICU cases during the current wave.
Pharmacies in the Balearics now able to process Covid sick leave
Around 50 pharmacies have so far been accredited.
Covid passport for as long as infections are rampant
Certain regional governments are considering scrapping the Covid passport requirement.
Mallorca's person of the week: The PM of the United Kingdom
Plus - business confidence in the Balearics.
"Yellow submarine" torpedo Mallorca 3-0
Does RCD Mallorca have any chance of avoiding relegation? Monro Bryce's Analysis
The Big Apple itself is showing signs of the Covid economic slowdown.