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HELLO SUMMER: Ferias and fairs given green light across Spain’s Balearic Islands as summer season reinforced with 300 more...
An agreement was reached this week that these local festivities and fairs can now be held under certain measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus
Drunk and drugged up driver causes carnage after crashing into lamppost and THREE houses in Spain’s Mallorca
Despite the enormous damage caused, the woman was left without any injuries in the crash
FORGET COVID! House sales in Spain show early boom signs coupled with rising prices in holiday hotspots
HOUSE sales in April were higher than in the same month in 2019, according to figures from Spain's College of Registrars. A separate survey shows...
Nightclubs WILL open across Spain’s Balearic Islands this summer as Ibiza’s Hard Rock Hotel set to host first pilot...
Last week, the Balearic government announced that Hard Rock Hotel would invite 2,000 essential workers to their infamous Children of the 80's party on June 25
A small Spanish hotel operator founded in 2018 has linked up with Wyndham Hotels & Resorts to develop 20 hotels across key holiday destinations. Mallorca-based...
MORE than 1000 children were drawn into a paedophile's evil web. Police say that the 58-year-old man tricked them into obtaining sexual images. The sex...
THE much-anticipated Palma International Boat Show has opened its doors at Palma’s Moll Vell. Running until Sunday (June 6), the show not only marks the...
CALA NOVA Cancer Care Charity Shop in San Agustin has helped raise over €400,000 for various cancer charities since it opened and most recently...
According to investigators, the three gangs worked together to import high purity cocaine through a well known courier company which was then distributed to multiple drug dealers across the island
The plot is only a stone's throw away from the mansion the Formula One legend's wife purchased in 2017
The whale, named Wally by environmentalists, usually lives on the coast of Korea or the United States, but has been lost for weeks in the Mediterranean
Interior areas of bars and restaurants across Spain’s Balearic Islands can reopen from this Sunday BUT only until 6pm
Although a very small victory for a sector in crisis, business unions are hoping that the government will allow bars and restaurants to stay open until 11pm to coincide with the curfew being pushed back to midnight
Small victory on the cards for bars and restaurants across Spain’s Balearic Islands as government considers 11pm closing time
This week, key ministers met with local business unions to discuss easing the restrictions currently enforced on the sector
The initial hypothesis is that the shooting was a result of an ongoing conflict between two rival gypsy clans
Hotels in Spain get busier with domestic bookings but they are desperate for UK and foreign tourists
DOMESTIC hotel bookings in Spain are experiencing a surge since the ending of the second State of Alarm on May 9, but its the...
The 28-year-old woman, named locally as Warda Ouchene, and her son Mohamed were found dead inside of their apartment in Sa Pobla yesterday evening
NO jail time for two Neo-Nazis found guilty of paralysing black man in racist attack in Spain’s Mallorca
At the time of the attack, the defendants were wearing t-shirts adorned with Nazi slogans with witnesses attesting to the men shouting racial profanities during their violent assault
Curfew pushed back to midnight in Spain’s Balearic Islands and interior areas of bars and restaurants can open under...
Announcing the measures at a press conference today, government spokesman and tourism minister, Iago Negueruela, said that the Balearics Islands were approaching the 'final stages of the de-escalation plan'
Flight bookings to Spain’s Mallorca soar after Germans told they will NOT have to quarantine or take PCR test...
On Wednesday, the German government eased entry restrictions for its travellers, allowing people who have been fully vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19 to enter the country without any quarantine obligation
Latin sensation Maluma to perform in Spain’s Mallorca this summer in Balearics’ FIRST ‘COVID-19’ free concert
The Columbian born star will headline Palma's iconic Plaza de Toros on July 11 where all ticket holders must undergo a PCR test to be granted entry
EXPLAINED: What happens if I test positive for COVID-19 while on holiday in Spain’s Balearic Islands?
Aptly named the 'Safety Pack', the campaign aims to attract holidaymakers to the archipelago this summer, driving home the message that the Balearics are a safe destination for travel
SPAIN has been passed over for inclusion on the new UK 'Green' travel list because its overall COVID infection rate is too high. The details...
Setback for Balearic Islands as Supreme Court rejects COVID-19 restrictions proposed after Spain’s state of alarm ends
This has come as a major setback for president Francina Armengol, who last week made it clear that she was determined to keep most of the current COVID-19 measures in place after May 9
Residents of Spain’s Balearic Islands will be given €100 holiday vouchers to spend on inter-island escapes this summer
In a bid to boost domestic tourism, the Balearic government announced that all residents of Formentera, Ibiza, Mallorca and Menorca will be able to benefit from this €11 million campaign
The Guardia Civil officer, who is described as being 'middle-aged', has been charged with the corruption of a minor
OPINION: Why has Barcelona, Madrid and Palma de Mallorca been ranked the worst in Spain for their quality of...
A new survey asked thousands of participants across the country to assess the overall quality of life in the city that they lived in