Guardia Civil officers spied on ex-president of Panama's partner
The events date back to July 2020.
Up to 70% of goods not being shipped to the Balearics
Pickets are preventing goods from being loaded onto ships.
Balearics leading Easter holiday bookings by the main tourism markets
Easter bookings are at present 58% of what they were in 2019, but there is still a month to go.
No work on Palma Plaça Major units before next year's election
The opposition Partido Popular believe that the town hall administration doesn't really know what to do with the space.
Mallorcan Ukrainian aid mission needs your help
Your chance to help get food and medicines to the Ukraine and bring refugees back to Palma.
Town halls in Mallorca are "excessively solvent"
And the three best-run town halls in terms of their finances are ... ?
Sentenced for scamming her uncle out of 100,000 euros
The uncle suffered from cognitive impairment.
Watch out for raining mud tonight in Mallorca
Watch where you walk if the mud rain comes tonight.
Wednesday Covid cases in the Balearics
86 percent of the population is fully vaccinated
89-year-old man convicted of shooting his neighbour's dog
Banned from keeping amimals for two years
Chicago Cubs owners and Citadel's Griffin team up for Chelsea bid
Formal offer could be made on Friday.
Panama's ex-president charged with spying in Mallorca
The arrested Guardia Civil officers appeared in court this evening.
Mallorca hauliers give notice of strike
The strike call comes from the Balearic Freight Transport Association.
Comment: Two years from lockdown
Who would have thought two years ago that we would still be wearing masks?
Are you “really excited” or is it that you “just can’t wait”?
"I do wonder sometimes if certain British radio presenters are on the edge of hysteria most of the time."
Hummus - The genuine recipe is easy peasy yet so many cooks insist on doing stupid ersatz versions
Have you ever tasted genuine hummus? - Find out how to make the authentic one.
Things to do in Mallorca on March 16 and 17
Don't miss St. Patrick's Day Festival this Sunday in Santa Ponsa.
Mallorca Weather Forecast for Wednesday 16th March
You can keep up to date with the weather across the island here.
Ipads … another teaching and learning tool
Weekly spotlight on the Academy International School and their pupils.
International Women’s Day at Mallorca International School
This year two students in our Year 10 class, Charley and Alana approached us before half term with the idea of celebrating International Women’s Day.
Comment: Start growing
“Europe must start growing its own crops once again....”