Bars and restaurants are on lockdown for the long haul and they know it.
Mallorcan hoteliers may not know when the season will start, it depends on the market.
Central government in Madrid continues to give Mallorca a rough ride.
The pandemic is slipping out of Mallorca’s hands and the government is all at sea.
"He has shamed the United States, now just let him go, ignore him."
Interview with Thomas Moons, the new General Manager of the Hotel Belmond La Residencia in Deya.
"One of our objectives has been to show Mallorca at its best."
"Travel restrictions are proving to be a nightmare for holiday home owners.."
"Mallorca may be cut off from much of the world, but why not look to the mainland?"
"Hordes of people bracing the cold and packing out the terraces during the day for longer than usual lunches.."
Interview with William Graves, the Trustee of the Fundación Robert Graves, who has been awarded an MBE.
The local government wants to splash the cash, how about Formula One?
The British love affair with Mallorca is just never ending, Covid or not.
"Spain has approved its new budget but if you have a sweet tooth, beware.."
“Maybe it is time to postpone the tourist tax. We need to make travelling as cheap, easy and stress free as possible..”
Controversy over children's letter from the Three Kings, which is written in Catalan.
Political U-turns, come on, who knows which way to turn right now?
Mallorca is very attractive to the Swedish market for a number of reasons.
It’s proving to be a tough festive season but maybe it’s time for a reset.
An initiative in Pollensa to help families in need by providing food and clothes.
"Deal or no deal, Brexit is going to hurt the Spanish economy.."
"It was pretty eerie yesterday with the lights off in bars and restaurants.."
"You have to take your hat off to the island’s award-winning chefs.."
Further restrictions could be introduced over the next 24 hours.
Over 1,500 lorries are going to join massive demonstration through Palma against the Tier 4 restrictions on bars and restaurants.
"Fresh attempts for an independent Scotland could be scuppered by Spain.."
"Britons at home and overseas are facing a daunting end of year with Covid and Brexit.."
Interview with Argentine journalist Fernando Castro Marcó del Pont: he has a family connection to Adan Diehl, who founded the Hotel Formentor.
The 10pm curfew has come as a major blow, but many have found a way round it.
Now is the time for governments to choose their words very carefully.
"There is a growing movement in support of the return of cruise ships to Mallorca.."
"To ease unemployment the far-left of the government want a shorter working week.."
Interview with Mallorca-based actress and entrepreneur Tara Marie Amaury, who founded the International Casting & Acting Network Mallorca.
"Having lived in Palma for 25 years I have never seen so much graffiti.."
"The Balearic government does not appear to get what the EU Covid funds are for.."
"Here in Spain the vast majority are doing what they are told, why can’t some Britons?"
IATA is in the latter stages of preparing a digital travel pass.
Interview with German artist Nils Burwitz, who created the famous stained glass windows in the Anglican Church in Palma.
"UK and Irish residents have to pay for a PCR if going on holiday, will they?"
"Christmas and New Year will not be the same in Mallorca, but it’s not the end of the world.."