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Police are appealing for information on the driver that mowed down a man on Carretera Militar in s'Arenal on Tuesday afternoon
CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Investigative TV series shows doctor in Spain’s Mallorca issuing fake PCR certificates to German tourists
In a investigative TV series with reporter Sascha Wintel and aired on German television, the doctor is seen issuing negative certificates to tourists that have not been tested for coronavirus
The investigation was initiated when police at Bogota's El Dorado airport discovered a package destined for Son Severa was concealing almost 5 kilos of cocaine.
The bees had been taking part in an important environmental project where they were pollinating almond trees planted on the land
MUST READ: Face masks will not be mandatory on beaches in Spain’s Balearic Islands IF these two conditions are...
Finally, clarification was given on the controversial new law and face masks will not have to be worn on any Balearic beach provided that two conditions are met
In a bid to prevent a surge in coronavirus infections, the Balearic government and the Guardia Civil has launched a special operation to monitor areas popular with holidaymakers
A British man has died after a 45 metre fall from a Mallorca viewpoint in the Formentor area of the island yesterday afternoon(March 31). Witnesses...
Balearic Health Minister Patricia Gomez said she has already appealed to the Spanish government for flexibility on this measure
From today until April 5, 522 flights are scheduled to land in Mallorca from Germany
ONE of Britain’s most popular reality series is set to be filmed in Spain this summer. Love Island is reportedly gearing up for its big...
The 34-year-old Senegalese man was taken into custody after police were called out to a disturbance at a flat in Palma's Pere Garau district
Spain’s Palma de Mallorca delays renaming of streets ‘linked’ to Franco after move heavily criticised by historians
The capital's City Council had intended to wipe out the memory of Franco by renaming 12 streets at a cost of €40,000
Mayor Jose Hila said that ‘erasing Franco's heritage from the streets was not only a legal obligation, but also a moral obligation towards his victims’
The teen, named as 14-year-old Taya O’Loughlin, went missing around 8am on Tuesday
This means that from March 26, entry into and out of the Balearic Islands will be prohibited unless for a justified
THE Balearic government has ordered for the interior areas of bars and restaurants to close in Mallorca this week. In response to a surge in...
In a bid to prevent a fourth wave of coronavirus, the Balearic government has ordered a ban on inter-island travel unless for a justified cause
With the COVID-19 incident rate jumping from 41.2 to 47 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in just one week, Balearic spokesman Iago Negueruela said the government 'will apply more restrictive measures at Easter'
Despite the German government advising against all non-essential travel, its removal of the Balearics from their list of 'at risk areas' caused an avalanche in bookings to the archipelago
As well as having a comfortable place to rest their heads, the new hotel guests will also be given food and plenty of hot drinks
Those that fail to present their negative PCR test could be hit with a €3,000 fine
That's the stark warning sent to holidaymakers preparing to visit the Balearic Islands over Easter
International travellers must pass two COVID-19 controls at airports to enter Spain’s Balearic Islands
The Balearic Ministry of Health today revealed that all those arriving from countries outside of Spain will have to undertake a 'double verification' against COVID-19
Bank director arrested in Spain’s Mallorca after handing over clients’ personal information to criminal gang
The employee is accused of supplying the gang with data from over 40 clients which was used to apply for loans
Local business owners in Spain’s Mallorca demand longer opening hours in restaurants after current measures ‘cover just 30% of...
Faced with mounting debts acquired during the coronavirus pandemic, business unions have appealed to the Balearic government to 're-consider their current measures'
The suspect has been described as a middle aged man driving a white van