“The aim is to raise awareness about the environmental problem of the progressive disappearance of pollinators..”
Michelin-star Marc Fosh showcases how to make the ultimate omelette.
The calendar tells us that it is strictly autumn, but what's in a number when the days are still sunny and warm.
Thumbs up or thumbs down? What does our Bulletin food expert have to say about this restaurant in the centre of Palma?
Many years ago, boys went door to door serenading girls they knew and gave them buñuelos to celebrate their virginity.
October is the ideal time to get all those odd jobs and pampering attended to now it’s cooler. Take a look at our Business Guide for Laura Stadler's personal recommendations.
This week in Nordic Spotlight: Celebrating fiestas on Mallorca and chatting to a very colourful Danish artist that paints on the island.
Don't miss this fantastic apartment in Puerto Pollensa, more details in today's classified adverts.
Simon Kenion explains why you should walk in Mallorca
Looking for somewhere new to eat?
Live music and performances will be staged in Plaza Mayor, Les Escolles Velles and Plaza de San Bartomeu in Ses Salines.
Stay tuned for all the details which will be published on www.sadragonera.org and @xarxadragonerablava on Instagram very soon!
In this Thursday's culinary section, our Bulletin food expert showcases the most popular dish from La Rioja in Spain.
Do you want to move to Soller? These are the most asked questions from the latest Solleric incomers.
Screenings will take place at Teatre Principal, CineCiutat, Rialto Living, Port Adriano, the Palau de Congressos, Can Balaguer, CaixaForum and Sala Augusta.
The dress code for the Classic Festival and the Concourse d´Elegance is contemporary style.
Our readers thoughts about still wearing masks.
Some prisoners were condemned to the gallows, others were to be dismembered, beheaded, exiled to Cabrera or were sentenced to forced labour in the royal galleys.
Have you ever tried them? Our bulletin food expert shows you how to find the best buñuelos on the street.
There are several different styles of tap, including classical, Broadway, post-modern and jazz, which is probably the most well known.
“I didn’t know it would be so hard and there have been moments that were definitely not fun..”
This week in wild Mallorca: The great autumn migration is underway.
Donations from thousands of people have made it possible for many, many people in Sant Llorenç to get back on their feet.
What is life like in the Soller Valley in autumn?
“There were probably as many 'old sailors' drowned by fishing gear as there were deliberately killed by humans.”
Invasive climbing plants seems to pop up just anywhere.
The Miss Tourism International competition will be held in Spain for the first time, in December.
Do you know how to cook this superfood? Michelin-star Marc Fosh shares some of his recipes.
Gardening tips of the week: I mention some of this cutting back and thinning out now because our autumn and then winter winds are sometimes extremely strong and gusty, doing untold damage to trees and shrubs breaking off branches in all the wrong places, even blowing or up-rooting the whole tree.
Four workshops will be held in October in an old traditional Mallorcan house in Binissalem.
I have gathered my choice of top businesses that I would personally recommend. Just cut out and keep for future use.
This week in Nordic Spotlight: "Chaos broke out in the hotel when Mats came running down the stairs asking for help"
Find what was the verdict in the week's Restaurant Review.
This week in Majorca Mallorca it is completely dedicated to the crazy people who cycled in terrible weather last week.
New restaurants are joining this week's guide. Take a look!
“This competition is designed to be the reference test for autumn in the Mediterranean and to serve as a benchmark for teams before the World Rally Championship.."
The breakdown of the marriage of Princess Diana and Prince Charles and the death of the 'People’s Princess' is at the heart of season 5
We hope the results of this study will contribute to more and better funding.
This week in tourism: A Mallorca Hoteliers Federation roundtable discussion having come to the unsurprising conclusion that the 2022 season will be highly competitive...
Nendy Bota performed some gospel songs inside Soller's church during the fashion show.
‘World Voyager’ stopped in Mahón before docking in Palma and is en-route to Ajaccio in Corsica.
Love brought Rev Bill and Eleanor to Puerto Pollensa.
“We will be making a smaller tower for salads that will fit on a kitchen counter or on a desk at work..”
Andrew Valente shares with us the autumn fruit in season now in Mallorca and how to buy them and eat them.
Why go to the Caribbean when paradise is right here!
A rich mix of British sports cars made majority this week.
The Gran Via in Soller is on course for a completely new look.
Autumn and winter are also good times to see an abundance of species.
The VI Marató de Reciclatge Create de Roba took place at the Flassaders Centre in Palma on Friday.
Did you know their are two Anglican churches conducted in English on the island?
The Miss Tourism World Spain competition will be held in Portopetro on Saturday.
Moving? Need UK satellite or a babysitter? Looking for some beauty products or treatments? Here are some recommendations this week.
This week I was invited to Puerto Andratx for a new shop opening KAYnBEE.
Don't want to cook? Try some of these restaurants suggestions that columnist Laura Stadler suggests.
Meet two Humans of Mallorca who bring the wonders of Mallorca to a worldwide audience.
"Meanwhile as everyone cranks up a gear to spend money the summer just goes on."
Vicki McLeod talks to Jan Edwards, about her first book Daughter of Deia.
From cleaning specialists to real estate agents, take a look at our local business guide.
This week, Jessica spoke to one of the Nordic personal trainers on the island, Swedish Lotta Asmussen.
Looking for somewhere different to eat? Check our out Restaurant Guide.
Have you ever wondered why people come to live in the Soller valley?
The main reason for the event to raise money for Cancer Charities in Mallorca.
Dementia Awareness Week is part of its mission to help older, English-speaking people in Spain live full later lives.
Moving, need a babysitter, looking to get your clothes altered or need some pampering? Take a look at this week's guide.
This week Jessika visits Valldemossa and helps a friend with a Hierbas/Herbs workshop.
The App also has a location map and offers information on toilets, restaurants and disabled access points.