Find out which ships are in port today
There is just one cruise ship scheduled to visit Palma today
Plans for the environmental recovery of Pollensa Bay
Previous reports have highlighted the degradation of the seabed and contamination by the wastewater network.
Calvia supermarket held up at gunpoint
For the moment the gunmen remain on the run.
The week's round-up of news in Mallorca
Non-Spaniards, aka foreigners, have been dominating the news in one way or another; and the Three Kings didn't go entirely to plan.
Missing British rugby star last seen in the Balearics could have been abducted by British gangsters
Levi posted a video of him sailing from Ibiza to Barcelona.
Spain's inflation slows, ends 2022 at 5.7%
Spanish inflation has fallen 5 percentage points in five months.
Apartment block residents wanting restraining order against alleged arsonist
Fire engulfed apartments on C. Alfons el Magnànim in Palma on Thursday night.
The Palma chef who now offers two Morgan Freeman menus
Morgan Freeman dined at Sandro Putignano's restaurant twice in the space of three days.
Agreement on new pay deal for the Balearic hospitality industry
Risk of any industrial action would appear to have been averted.
Foreign vote trap
The proposed property restrictions have not gone down well in the Balearics nor abroad with either business in general or potential house hunters.
If you ever thought the Balearic tourist tax was nuts ...
What if Mallorca's town halls could decide not to apply the tourist tax?
Zoe Saldaña: From Avatar to Lioness in Mallorca
Nicole Kidman is understood to have requested tighter security arrangements.
New Heights of Entertainment: The Climb of the Pine
The naked, silky smooth pine is then covered with a thick layer of soap before being winched up to its full height, using a primitive system of knotted ropes and elbow grease, by hearty volunteers ensconced at the top of the said church tower.
Hotel conversion to social housing - not a single taker
The law stipulates that 50% of hotel conversion to residential accommodation must be for social housing.
Twas the night before Christmas - Festive Events - Queen’s College
An array of events took place at Queen's College throughout the Christmas period, helping raise funds for charity
Mallorca to play three games in six days
Looking back over the years, after 16 games we’re one of the best teams in our 106 year history.
Local political parties work long and hard to court the foreign vote - in many cases in English and German so that language is not a problem.