News of the day 30 July 2015
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Palma Council bans bull fighting

Just 24 hours after boxes containing 130,000 signatures backing calls for a ban on bull fighting in Palma, the town council voted to ban the sport.

Humphrey Carter

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Age Concern opens the sky up to Elena Davis

Tuesday was the date of Elena Davis’s second 100th birthday celebration party in Bar Turismo in the heart of Soller, a location very close to the heart of Elena.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

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Palma PP rebels seek alternative to Rodríguez

Some one hundred members of the Partido Popular, opponents of the president of the party in Palma, José María Rodríguez, have met to voice their criticisms of Rodríguez's leadership in the city.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

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Strong security measures for Colonia Sant Jordi fiestas

The town hall in Ses Salines has arranged for there to be a large police presence and wide security measures in place to cope with the fiestas in Colonia Sant Jordi.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

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Good Morning, Friends

This was the headline of the first ever issue of the Majorca Daily Bulletin on 31 December 1962. After all these years, we've hauled that headline out to announce today's launch of the new, improved Bulletin website. Through August we'll be testing the system and adding to it. In the jargon, this is a "beta" version. By September, we'll be alpha, so to speak, and all systems go. Meantime, we would like to invite you to mark the auspicious occasion of the new Bulletin era by sharing with us your selfie with the new website on your computer screen. Please send it to us at editorial@majorcadailybulletin.es. Thank you and, once again, good morning, friends.

Andrew Ede

News / Comment

Comment

Winter flights

The other day some rather senior officials from the new city council visited our offices to discuss their plans for the next four years.

Jason Moore

Holiday / Lifestyle

Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

I write in support of Mathew Demetri’s view (Letter to the Editor 30 July 2015) that "western powers should withdraw unconditional support for Israel."

Sport / Real Mallorca

Real Mallorca

Leader of the defence signs on

Thirty-year-old Argentinian centre half Lucas Aveldaño put pen to paper on Wednesday evening at Son Moix when he signed for Real Mallorca on a season-long loan with a view to a more permanent deal next year.

Monro Bryce

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