Find out which cruise ships are in Palma's port today
Another slow day at Palma's port with ferries docking as no cruise ships are scheduled.
Balearics have the highest percentage of rented homes in Spain
Getting on for 40% of homes were bought by foreigners in 2021.
German teenagers arrested for rape in Cala Ratjada
One of the two is a minor aged 17.
Irish girl dies after being rescued from Calas de Mallorca pool
The seven-year-old was rushed to Son Espases on Monday.
Average Balearics salary below the national figure
An explanation for this lower average is the high number of employees on 'fijo discontinuo' contracts.
Flats with terraces in the Balearic Islands, an increasingly expensive luxury
The pandemic has opened our eyes to the outdoors, creating an imperative need to connect our home with the open air.
Palma worker dies after falling from a roof
The accident occurred on the Son Castelló industrial estate.
U.S. woman cleared to leave Malta for Mallorca after being refused abortion
Couple due to be airlifted to Palma today.
Covid hospital pressure on the rise in the Balearics
1,421 people have died from Covid in the Balearics so far.
Ronaldo shows some moves in Mallorca
Ronaldo shows off his dancing skills in a rare funny TikTok video. Take a look.
The uniqueness of Pollensa's Hairy John
The dance in Felanitx, every June 24, is a fiesta in the cultural interest.
Travelling around Mallorca: to the fishing village in Puerto Soller
The experience is different for everyone – come and join us soon and enjoy it yourself.
British Airways staff vote to strike at Heathrow
The unions said the action was due to a 10% pay cut imposed during the peak of the pandemic not being reinstated.
Britons advised to keep their boarding passes
Keep hold of boarding passes in case passports are not stamped.
Thursday's weather in Mallorca
Any rain early on Thursday will give way to a mostly sunny day.
Real Betis first up at home for Mallorca in 2022/23 season
The first match of the new season will be away to Athletic Club.
Don't pee in the sea
Not all regulations for beaches and elsewhere are daft.