Balearic emigration has doubled in ten years
Most emigration has been to the American continent.
The blame game for Palma's traffic jams
The transport sector is demanding better coordination between the relevant authorities.
A street to be named after Rafael Nadal
Sant Llorenç is recognising Rafael Nadal's support following the 2018 tragedy.
The Patrick who controlled Mallorca
Patrick Lawless became Patricio Laules y Briaen, a servant of the King of Spain.
Fears that Balearic residents' travel discount could be scrapped
A change could see a fixed discount for each route being adopted instead.
Prices of holiday homes in Mallorca have shot up
The highest prices are in Andratx and Calvia.
"In Madrid they think everyone on the islands is on holiday"
Canary Islands politician Pedro Quevedo applauds Balearic policy to limit holiday rentals and tourist accommodation places.
Missing Magalluf girl - witness lied to try and claim reward
The Guardia Civil were told that Malén was "in a well on a golf course".
Tourism season facing new uncertainty from the banking crisis
Increased risk of recession could negatively impact tourism and economic growth forecasts.
Another part of Palma's sixteenth-century wall is revealed
Work in Plaça Espanya has exposed part of the wall, just like the sinkhole did.
Rafa Nadal's uncle joins main opposition party foundation
Toni Nadal stresses that he is not making "a leap into politics".
Balearic government opposed to Palma Airport control tower privatisation
Palma's control tower is the third most profitable in Spain.
Property sector looking for solutions to Mallorca's housing problems
The lack of subsidised social housing, legal uncertainty, regulatory limitations - issues that need to be addressed.
Then we take Berlin ...
Something else that Mallorca knows, and quite obviously, is that that this market stays put once it’s on holiday - stays put in Mallorca, that is
Now thoughts turn to the beach
This week: 2,300 new sunloungers have been bought for when the season starts on May 1st in Alcudia, a music festival in Santa Margalida and the rail extension to Alcudia from Sa Pobla could be back on the table.
Mallorca come back after early Sociedad goal
Sociedad went ahead after just three minutes.
Balearic workers in demand in European countries
Workers from the islands enjoy a good reputation abroad, especially those from the service sector.
60,000 euros aid for Andratx first-time buyers
Said to be an "initial" sum of aid to benefit existing Andratx residents.
- Michael Schumacher could move to Mallorca permanently
- Palma, Mallorca is one of the most dangerous cities in Spain
- Council of Mallorca now says there will be no new tourist accommodation places anywhere
- No more tourist accommodation places in certain resorts - ever
- Easter air-traffic control worry for Mallorca
Powerless in the face of Mallorca’s greatest challenge
The Balearics are overpopulated, and the islands, moreover, are ill-equipped to confront this greatest challenge.
Andrew Ede 16/03/2023 14:36