Find out which ships are in port today
Two cruise ships are due in Palma's port today. Find out which ones.
The week in the north - a hive of activity
After all the months of reduced or non-existent fiesta-style activities, you won’t be able to move for them over the coming week.
Ensuring vehicles don’t get onto Pollensa’s Calvari steps
Recently a 4x4 vehicle was on the steps and not by accident.
No sunloungers for Can Picafort ... for now
It wouldn’t be the start of the season without there being a row about the non-provision of beach services.
Pollensa Wine Fair making a swift return
Mark your calendars at the next fair will be on May 7 and 8.
The regatta channel for Alcudia’s big lake
It will make the lake a global reference point for sport, tourism and nature.
38 years demanded for squatter robbery gang
The seven were responsible for a spate of robberies last autumn.
Property developers looking to other regions to build affordable housing
Lack of land, bureaucratic procedures ... two reasons why building affordable housing is so difficult.
Almost two million euros for Cala d'Or improvements
Santanyi town hall is to spend 15 million euros on projects in the municipality.
Update from Puerto Alcudia
The atmosphere in Alcudia Port is a great warm up to the Summer as the sun comes out to welcome visitors to a 6 kilometre white sandy beach.
Now you even have to pay to go to the beach!
Tourists are unhappy with the measure as several of them have said they won’t visit the destination anymore.
Arrests in Playa de Palma for robbing tourists
Three youths were arrested in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
Britain's most modern nuclear submarine arrives in Gibraltar
"One of the world's most potent submarines..."
Comment: The great tourism windfall
Upwards of two million euros for promoting a “gastronomic tourist triangle” involving Palma.
Save the Med: Quarterly Newsletter
Spring is here and it is time to share a few highlights from Save The Med’s work in the first Quarterly Newsletter of 2022!
Son Matias Beach, Palma Nova
Origin Superfood Garden
Innovative tasty food prepared with garden-fresh ingredients
Gyosas: always a very good bet
This week our Bulletin restaurant critic visits one of Mallorca’s best Japanese restaurants in Palma. Find out what the verdict was.
Poor Mallorca shown up by Elche
From the euphoria of the win over Atlético to new despair.
Comment: Palma is heaving
Looks like all the forecasts were right, Palma is buzzing this Easter.