Balearic Government tax revenues soar
The surplus will be used to pay off debts owed to the banks and the central government.
Felipe VI makes surprise visit to Mallorca
The king’s visit to Mallorca during Holy Week has caused a bit of a stir on the island.
Manacor Police fury over taser refusal
"On one occasion a person was injured and on another a dog was killed."
Palma bars and restaurants were packed this Easter!
Now that the sun’s out, business is brisk at bars and restaurants in Palma, Andratx, Alcudia and other tourist hotspots.
Pharmacy inspections stepped up in the Balearics
Inspections were also carried out at social and health centres with less than 100 beds.
Abandoned cars in Palma causing concern
The hefty fines of between 1,600 and 3,000 euros haven’t made one jot of difference.
A better, greener, healthier Palma
The Palma of the next 20 years has already been written on paper, now these plans for a greener city just need to be carried out.
Easter at the beach in Mallorca
Thousands of locals and tourists headed for Palma's beaches at the weekend.
Mallorca sunshine to give way to more rain!
The rain is forecast to return to Mallorca.
British community explodes in Spain
The need to be legal may have pushed up the number of Britons.
Sweet Spanish kitchen at Easter
Marc Fosh shares three sweet dishes that are eaten over Easter week. Why not give them a try?
A Dame in Brave Bird Pants!
This week in Majorca Mallorca: “Never underestimate the power of Brave Bird Pants! These pants are pre-washed with hope and magic, and carefully made in Portugal to the highest standards.”
Oiling the wheels
Anna Nicholas this week talks about the soaring electricity bills in the Balearics and the Just-Stop Oil campaign in the UK.