Plus - taking your Unesco World Heritage Site status seriously.
What a week it’s been, apologies left, right and centre but no one actually taking any responsibility.
Anna Nicholas’s views on some of the stories of the week.
How well is the booster campaign being organised?
Spain will this year be tightening its traffic laws and that means electric scooters.
Should adults-only hotels be allowed? What do you think?
This week Donald Trelford talks about the possibility of the US facing a civil war and whether Boris is doomed.
Dr. Carme Borrell is a specialist in public health and is critical of how decisions have been communicated over the course of the pandemic.
Could a new Briton-friendly President of the European Parliament spark change?
Frank Leavers' views on some of the stories of the week.
Apart from the landscapes, beaches and Biosphere, what was Minorca’s big attraction?
Unequivocal statements are needed. The public has an absolute right to know.
Més per Mallorca are calling on Brussels to bring an end to “ghost flights”.
What do you think would happen?
One in eight staff say that they have been pushed by a customer and one in ten has actually been punched. So what’s going on?
Travellers and tourists are vastly more aware than they once were.
From politicians to tennis players, some people are having a laugh.
What do you think?
Vitamin D toxicity leads to excessively high blood calcium levels. It can be life-threatening and requires immediate medical attention.
What data might we have been looking at then?
Holiday bookings to Spain, in particular the Balearics, has shot up over the past week.
“The green shoots of recovery which we saw in the autumn appear to have disappeared...”
Plus - all the town halls which kept the Kings going and how far tourism fell off the cliff in 2020.
All areas of Spain are looking at attracting remote workers from overseas.
“I trust our government but in some instances I do feel it is double standards....”