Abandoned cars in Palma causing concern
The hefty fines of between 1,600 and 3,000 euros haven’t made one jot of difference.
Palma's local police force goes hybrid
The new vehicles are the force’s first intake of hybrid vehicles.
Local police officers at Cala Varques in Mallorca
The Covid agents will have very limited functions.
Police to get lists of people who should be isolating
The health ministry will send town halls information about people who should be quarantining.
Sea front homes evacuated in Cala Marçal as storm hits
Storm Gloria hits eastern Majorca. Watch the video!
Umpire calls 'out' in Arta
Last May the property was occupied by three Germans who claimed that they took care of the house and the land.
Trial of Llucmajor policeman for homophobic treatment of a colleague
Defence lawyers told the court that the victim became psychologically depressed.
Third Palma building evacuated for fear of collapse
The entrance has now been sealed shut.
Shoppers parking illegally in Palma
Local residents are furious and have accused Palma Local Police of turning a blind eye.
Briton fined for assaulting police officers
The incident happened in February this year after reports of a heated argument.
Injured man rescued after fours days at home after fall
The wife raised the alert as she had not been able to contact her husband for a few days.
Andratx residents brave the weather to feed starving sheep
For now the group will continue to feed the sheep.
Over 100 drivers caught using mobiles
The illegal use of mobile phones is the most common distraction for drivers.
More police women on the beat in Palma
City council wants to see more women employed and the wage gap closed.
Police unions demanding greater anti-terrorism investment
The local police must have the means and the human resources to protect the citizens and tourists.
Pickpocket arrested for assaulting Playa de Palma police officer
The police officer required six stitches for a head wound, having been struck on the head by the pickpocket.
More police and action on prostitutes in Calvia
The town hall has signed an agreement with three organisations that are committed to tackling the problem of prostitution.
Cops and curfews: Plus - Reading and raining!
Hard to believe I know, but it has been almost exactly one year since this pandemic caused the first lockdown to be instigated.
Frank Leavers09/03/2021 15:46