Find out which ships are in port today
There is one cruise ship scheduled to visit Palma today
Balearic developers add their voice against non-resident home-buying ban
Possible prohibition is being addressed in a "shallow" manner.
Would-be squatters arrested for trying to take over a squat
Arrested for breaking and entering and for threatening behaviour.
Mallorca carnival ends with the burial of the sardine
Celebrations in Pòrtol, Inca, Felantix, Manacor, Lloseta and Llucmajor.
Protesting against the electricity cable in Alcudia
So why are the residents of Alcudia upset? And are you renting from an Airbnb this year?
Britain squashed over shortage of Spanish tomatoes
In winter, Britain has typically imported around 90% of crops like cucumbers and tomatoes, but has been nearly self-sufficient in the summer.
"Watered down version" of foreign property ban to be presented to Balearic parliament
"Hot potato" effectively knocked into touch.
New Mallorca mobile emergency alert system starts on Wednesday
Mobile warnings of potential dangerous incidents will be issued.
Increase tax rather than ban non-resident home-buying in the Balearics
A suggestion by the BBVA bank; and it could help with affordable housing.
Mallorca supermarkets did not reduce prices despite cut in VAT
Some supermarkets put prices up; by as much as 41% at one supermarket.
Airline schedules suggest Mallorca could be in for a record tourism season
The number of seats is more than 2019's total passenger number.
Mallorca wakes up to foggy skies but get ready for a wet weekend
Mallorca weather forecast for Wednesday, February 22.
Mallorca football star gives South Korea a taste of Mallorca
A number of Premier League clubs continue to sniff around Real Mallorca’s South Korean star Kang In Lee.
Eating out in Mallorca: SABA Restaurante is another hit with their tasting menu
This week we visit a restaurant inspired by Korean cuisine.