Ses Salines graffiti artist was reportedly under the influence of a psychotropic substance.
Agricultural sector survival is dependent on local produce being consumed.
The person who has been arrested was selling the barriers via Facebook.
Four British people from the same family who are suspected of having the coronavirus have been admitted to isolation units at Son Espases Hospital.
The four accused told Police that they had helped the victim to get into a car that took him to Son Espases Hospital.
A video published on social networks and WhatsApp groups shows people how to spot the telltale signs on the counterfeit notes.
Under the rentals' zoning plan, Sa Pobla has more holiday rental places than other municipalities in the interior.
The father is believed to have been in contact in France with a man who was later diagnosed as having the virus.
Politicial party had been notified about “offensive sweet...”
"Spain's solid economic recovery has heavily favoured corporations and the wealthy, but never restored social protections."
British family of four wait for coronavirus test results.
Més are unconvinced by statements that there will not be increased capacity at Palma's airport.
The accused manipulated betting machines at two establishments in Palma.
Lidl has ordered the urgent withdrawal of 7.5 gram tins of Kania oregano.
Regulations make clear that signs should be in both languages. The local police had also recommended that the signs be amended.
Of course there should be a commission, preferably an independent one.
As a British family are admitted to hospital with possible cases of the Cornoavirus, the Bulletin doctor Jonathan O'Keefe, gives some background on the outbreak.
10 films are playing in English. The trotting races are on at Palma racetrack and you can see the Film Symphony Orchestra in Palma.
Anna Nicholas’s first Majorca based crime novel, The Devil’s Horn, is out now. It’s available at all good bookshops & via amazon.
La Gola, the now well renowned wetland reserve on the edge of Puerto Pollensa has opened its doors again as of February 1.