The PP accuse the Balearic Government of "encouraging and promoting turismofóbic events".
A 21 year old British man has died from his injuries following an incident in San Antonio's Ship Square this morning. Official statement and differing accounts.
Tinsa have released figures showing Ibiza to have the most expensive coastal property in Spain, along with a big increase in values over the last year.
Live music would again be allowed, but must end at eleven o'clock at night, not midnight as has been the case historically. The strict new regulations would remain in force for DJs.
Ibiza Airport security staff have confirmed an indefinite strike from July 20th. They have apologised to airport users for the affects of the strike action.
But will the 40k€ fine be anything of a deterrent with such huge profits available? Read our editorial for some interesting figures.
Judge lifts travel ban on Charlton Football Club player and his friend after watching videos on the mobile phones of the accused men.
In 1 hour on s'Arenal Beach promenade, not one police officer was seen, and the floor was littered with discarded balloons and empty gas canisters.
4 year old boy drowning; "panic and chaos seized all" according to Dutch newspaper
Drunk Tourist Blows Into Walkie-Talkie, Thinking It Is A Breathalyser. Doorman tells drunk tourist he must pass alcohol test to enter the bar.
A joint police operation in San Antonio has resulted in ten arrests on charges of offering sexual services on public roads, and two further arrests for the sale of nitrous oxide, also known as laughing gas.
The sanction follows a social media post by the former Balearic Minister for the Environment Miquel Vericad.
A 34 year old British man has died from his injuries after being hit by a bus.
A 50 year old Spanish national died this morning following an incident in which a Van emerging from a field onto the road collided with his scooter. The driver of the Van has tested negative for alcohol, but positive for drugs, specifically cocaine and cannabis.