Which ships are in port today?
Palma port has three cruise ships scheduled to dock today.
Balearics preference was for a staggered end to indoor mask-wearing
The Balearic government will be issuing recommendations about mask-wearing.
Can Picafort swimming pool is now history
Fifty-two years of the Mar y Paz pool are at an end.
"Saturation" at Cala Varques - town hall plans a car park with 32 spaces
The popularity of Cala Varques has caused all sorts of problems with parking.
Spanish U-turn for unvaccinated Britons
Spain reverses rule relaxation for unvaccinated travellers.
Twelve-month sentence for shooting cats with a pellet gun
Four cats were injured; two required surgery.
Seven and a half years demanded for sergeant who shot Mallorcan legionnaire
Alejandro Jiménez was shot and killed during manoeuvres in March 2019.
Mallorca aspiring to lead "the tourism of the future"
Tourism of the future will need to be sustainable or they may not be tourism.
85% of Mallorca's hotels open for Easter and with high occupancy
A "last-minute" rush of Easter bookings is expected.
Ring of steel for Palma this summer
120 officers will be part of special summer operation.
At last, the the sun is shining in Mallorca
Unstable weather forecast for the end of Easter.
Comment: The feeding of the two million
At the height of summer there can be over two million mouths to be fed and watered at any given time.
Potatoes we could live on them for months
Rule number one when cooking with potatoes is obvious: choose the variety most suited to the dish you are making.
A week in the life of primary pupils at Queen’s College
Another busy week of learning for the children at Queen's College.
Comment: More tourist taxes
The Balearics is showing no signs of scrapping the tax, now Valencia is having one.