Palma police probe the discovery of two dead bodies
Unofficial reports point to a suicide pact
Retailers present Palma town hall with twenty demands
More police in order to ensure compliance with bylaws, such as that which applies to illegal selling, was among them.
More police called for in Valldemossa
Sharp increase in burglaries and robberies is causing growing concern amongst local residents.
Jail for Playa de Palma hit and run driver
15-year-old victim remains in hospital in intensive care but there are no longer any fears for her life.
Police mount another weekend swoop on bars and clubs in Palma
Local and National Polcie visit bars and clubs in response to complaints.
Police step up security in Palma this Christmas
Palma is going to increase the number of “obstacles” in the city centre as part of the Christmas security operation.
Two arrested for sexually exploiting women in Palma
The National Police arrest a man and a woman on suspicion of runnng an organised gang.
Guardia Civil now using mini speed radar traps
Traffic police already have a helicopter and five drones as their ‘eyes in the skies’ over Majorca’s roads this summer.
20 arrested in Magalluf and Palmanova
Police operation against drug dealing and public order offenses in key resorts.
120 new bobbies on the beat in Palma
The town hall and the local police have identified the capital’s blackspots needing extra police.
Police fining Playa de Palma businesses in corruption probe
Despite the pledges and promises from City Hall, the Playa de Palma has become a highly conflictive resort again this summer with Neo Nazis on the loose.
Tighter police for Calvia
There was agreement as to an easing of tension and of anti-social behaviour, in Magalluf in particular.
Police on the beaches: the week in Majorca
The Guardia Civil intervened in beach unruliness, there were worries about the lack of local police, the fight against false compensation claims was having some success, and there was a curious plan for the bay of Palma.
National Police and Guardia are Balearics' most admired institutions
Political parties receive the lowest approval rating among a total of fourteen institutions.
Three children found living with their dead mother for days
For the moment, the police are ruling out foul play as it appears that the mother of three died a natural death, but the autopsy will reveal the exact cause of death.
Calls for more summer police on the beat
Presence of foreign police officers in the Balearics will continue during the summer season.
Police overcome by toxic gas at suicide scene in Palma
Three members of the National Police were overcome by fumes from a toxic cloud at the scene ofa suicide in Palma yesterday.
Fines, financing and bad management: the week in Majorca
The tourism ministry was relishing the opportunity to add significantly to government coffers through revenue from fines, the Canaries joined forces with the Balearics to pressurise Madrid into giving them better deals, unemployment was up and Palma town hall admitted it had a problem with its management.