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THREE people have been arrested for attempting to smuggle 450kg of cocaine into Spain from Brazil. A container, which is believed to have been en...
MALAGA, Valencia and Alicante beat Madrid and Barcelona for quality of life when it comes to the best cities to live in Spain. In a...
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...
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
Standing trial at Palma Court this week, it is alleged that the man groped eight schoolgirls aged between 12 and 17 years old at the capital's San Alfonso Maria de Ligorio school.
LOW COST carrier Ryanair is launching four new domestic routes in Spain this December while cutting back its pan-European services due to the pandemic. The...
More than 43,000 people put on ‘partial lockdown’ in Spain’s Palma de Mallorca to combat spread of COVID-19
Tomorrow, parts of Arquitecte Bennazar will face confinement, joining Son Gotleu, Can Capes, Soledat Nord and Son Canals which became 'hot zones' last week
Palma de Mallorca requests €300,000 culture aid package from Spanish government, in bid to save arts following coronavirus crisis
PALMA’S Ministry of Culture has requested €300,000 in aid, in a bid to help save the arts amid the coronavirus crisis.
The detective witnessed the shocking events unfold while he was sitting at a terrace drinking coffee
Healthcare professionals will be able to tour Malaga, Sevilla and Palma on city sightseeing buses for free until end...
HEALTHCARE professionals will be able to tour Malaga, Sevilla and Palma on city sightseeing buses for free until the end of the year, it has been announced.
IN PICS: Hundreds descend on Palma de Mallorca for exercise as fresh air set to boost mental health during...
The capital was full of life as hundreds of people took full advantage of some much needed fresh air
Hoteliers in Spain’s Mallorca put forward Playa de Palma as tourism pilot destination until COVID-19 vaccine found
Hoteliers believe Playa de Palma has the ideal conditions to protect visitors from coronavirus
IN PICS: High spirits in Spain’s Palma de Mallorca as children flock to beaches and promenades on first outing...
Hundreds of youngsters and their parents packed the capital's streets, squares and beaches in their first taste of freedom
You can now take your dogs, cats, rabbits, hamsters and other pets on buses in Spain’s Palma de Mallorca
Dogs must be on a leash and wear a muzzle while on the bus, but puppies, cats, rabbits, hamsters and other small pets can be carried in a basket or crate
Relatives of young woman who drowned while at learning difficulties centre in Mallorca’s Palma vow to continue their fight...
Three of the carers at the beleaguered school have been cleared of manslaughter, but an appeal made by the family is ongoing
Hollywood royalty and British cult heroes team up for Mallorca’s film event of the year
Outbreak of DEADLY Listeria virus confirmed in Spain, killing three people and affecting hundreds more in Mallorca
So far three people have died and seven women have aborted babies out of the 200 people confirmed to have caught it.
‘YOU ARE GOING TO KILL SOMEONE’: Anger at sushi restaurant as Salmonella outbreak infects 91 people in Spain’s Mallorca
It comes as inspectors of the sushi joint made shocking discoveries, including that ‘there was no hot water’
While the current number stands at 51, authorities believe that figure could climb much higher
Holidaymakers are essential to Mallorca’s economy, and don’t let Government officials or the media tell you otherwise
British teen arrested for ‘bottling bouncer so badly he needed 50 stitches’ at party hotspot in Spain
A judge told him he would be released if he could find the bail of €15,000, although it is unclear if he has come up with the cash
DAYLIGHT ROBBERY: Crackdown sees nearly 20% of Palma’s terraces closed, leaving Mallorca expat owners struggling to make ends meet
It comes after a draconian dictat came into force removing an initial 179 outdoor seating areas from some of Palma’s most popular restaurants
The new flights, which are the first from the UK airport in seven years will arrive just in time for the school holidays