Bulletin readers make it May by a landslide
The Tories obtained well over 50% of the votes.
Cursach, rentals, drugs: the week in Majorca
The Cursach affair was constantly in the news, the government was seeking a solution to illegal selling, the holiday rentals' legislation was debated in parliament, and there was yet another drugs operation.
What's on in Majorca: 5-11 June
Marina Day at Puerto Alcudia's Alcudiamar on Saturday. Selva has its "herbs" fair, with myrtle the star attraction on Sunday and demons about at midnight on Saturday. Son Servera has a night of art on Saturday and its fair on Sunday. One of the world's finest Elvis acts is at Palma's Trui Theatre on Saturday, and Spain's National Dance Company teams up with the Balearic Symphony Orchestra for Johan Inger's interpretation of "Carmen" at the Teatre Principal in Palma.
False compensation claims are now an "epidemic"
People acting on behalf of the claims farmers in resorts are on commissions of one hundred euros per claim.
What's on in Majorca: 29 May-4 June
Manacor's second weekend of its spring fairs, with cossier dancers on Sunday. Lloseta has its shoes fair. It's Arta's beer festival on Friday evening and all Saturday. Sa Pobla goes gastronomic with potatoes. British pianist James Rhodes is in Palma on Sunday. Ricky Martin at Palma Arena on Wednesday is sold out.
Poor image and illegal activities: the week in Majorca
There was a poor image - at the airport and on the beaches. There were illegal properties and there was illegal selling.
What's on in Majorca: 22-28 May
Can Picafort's nautical fair and seafood gastronomy this weekend. Cossier folk dancers in Alaro and Manacor, a prehistory fair in Arta, ecological fair in Puigpunyent, the orange fair in Soller, the Posidonia Festival in Deya on Saturday, and the Palma book fair in the Passeig Born starts on Friday. Cala d'Or jazz over the weekend.
Murder, immigrants and "touristification": the week in Majorca
There was a brutal murder in Sencelles, there was an assault in Soller, there were illegal immigrants. There was also a new word - "touristification" - and much about tourism quality.
What's on in Majorca: 15-21 May
Capdepera's hugely popular mediaeval market from Friday to Sunday. Wine days all week in the Binissalem region. The festival of traditional tattoo in Santa Ponsa from Wednesday, and Alcudia's Andalusian Feria de Abril is also from Friday until Sunday.
Flags, tax and plastic: the week in Majorca
Blue Flags were being awarded or taken away, bans on plastic were announced, and the government was looking at a higher tourist tax.
What's on in Majorca: 8-14 May
Soller's fair (note that the Moors and Christians are on 15 May) plus fairs in Campanet (demons' fire-run on Saturday night), Campos, Felanitx, Lloret, Son Carrió. Inca's Dijous Gros fair on Thursday. The Mallorca Live Festival in Magalluf with The Charlatans, Placebo and many others. And the Mallorca Wine Days week starts on Saturday.
Detectives, Airbnb and fires: the week in Majorca
Private detectives were heading for Majorca, the university defended Airbnb, Palma was back on the bikini trail, Magalluf was being favoured, and fires greeted the start of the fire-prevention campaign.
Alcudia mountain blaze
There was a fire on Monday evening on the Sant Martí mountain in Alcudia.
What's on in Majorca: 1-7 May
A packed week. One of the oldest, if not the oldest of Majorca's fairs - Sineu's on Sunday. Europe Day in Palmanova, the Pollensa Wine Fair at the weekend, Beer Palma all week, the Moscow Ballet on Wednesday, and a weekend of street circus in Alcudia.
Noise and death: the week in Majorca
They were protesting about sound limiters in Calvia, they were limiting traffic, and the hoteliers were making threats. In Magalluf, Adrian O'Kane lost his life.
What's on in Majorca: 25-30 April
The Palma Boat Show starts on Friday. Fairs at the weekend in Es Pillari (Palma), Porreres, Sant Joan and Santa Maria. Palma's Feria de Abril also starts on Friday. And it's the return of the Mallorca Smooth Jazz Festival at the Protur Gran Hotel in Sa Coma.
Resignation call and road tragedy: the week in Majorca
Tourism minister Biel Barceló was still under pressure, the secretary-of-state for tourism flew in, as did the British ambassador, and there was the tragic death of a cyclist.
Patience wanted with Mallorca 312 cycling trial
Bikes are fine for the environmentalists, but not when there are 6,500 of them bringing the roads to a standstill.
What's on in Majorca: 19-23 April
Fairs of one description or another this weekend in Colonia Sant Jordi, Manacor, Muro, Porto Cristo, Puerto Alcudia and Santa Eugenia. And it's the Sunday of the Angel, with the biggest event being at Bellver Castle in Palma.
Magalluf, BCM and horror in Llucmajor: the week in Majorca
A remodelling of Magalluf was announced, BCM was closed, holiday rentals' legislation moved a step closer, and there was a shocking incident in Llucmajor.
- German population of the Balearics has fallen by half
- Balearic government gets tough on illegal holiday lets, takes issue to Brussels
- I will never travel through Barcelona again... another carjacking
- Balearic holiday panic due to UK passport strike
- Palma restaurant owners accuse town hall of "persecution"