Calvia to lose four councillors at the next election
Changes in population mean fewer or, at two town halls, more councillors.
Half of Palma's foreign population is from the EU
"It is very important to promote values of multiculturalism in Palma, where there are people from 174 different countries."
There are twice as many Britons in Spain than Spaniards in Britain
With much of the Brexit talk focusing on rights for EU citizens living in the UK and UK citizens living in the European Union, it has been revealed that there are more than double the number of British people in Spain than Spanish people in the UK, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Palma's population continues to grow
The number of people registered as residents of Palma increased by 5,865 at the start of the year compared to 1 January, 2016.
Alcudia and Calvia register notable population decreases
Calvia had the biggest drop of the lot, with 748 fewer people and a population down below 50,000 to 49,580.
Balearic population growing faster than elsewhere in Spain
The European Union contributed more than 3,000 of the new population.
People pressure, promotion and Pollensa ice-cream: the week in Majorca
The budget for tourism promotion was reduced, the level of human pressure was revealed, hotels were in congratulatory mood and an ice-cream kiosk closed.
People, planes and poverty: the week in Majorca
Significant population growth - resident and tourist - was being forecast. The "saturation" arguments were now including seaplanes. It was time for winter tourism talk. And the poor were very much still with us.
Almost 50% of Palma's districts have populations above recommended level
For a Mediterranean city, the threshold is set at no more than 120 inhabitants per hectare (10,000 square metres). Forty-two of the neighbourhoods exceed this level.
Balearic population continues to grow despite fall in EU residents
The third largest group is from the UK, the 15,505 British citizens also being a lower number than previously.
Balearic population grows while Spain's shrinks
Emigrating Spanish nationals were heading mainly to the United Kingdom, France and Germany.
Twenty per cent of Palma residents are foreign
Palma will be recognising International Migrants Day on 18 December.
New schools needed for increasing Balearic population
“Inadequate, deficient and with serious problems related to facilities”.
Balearics could take in 300 refugees
The proposal was made during an extraordinary meeting of the conference on immigration in Madrid.