News of the day 10 August 2015
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The state of the water around the coastline of Majorca is worse than in recent years.


Exceptionally high levels of waste in Balearic waters

Following the article on Sunday which highlighted how Andratx resident Elisabeth Ceulen and her family have taken to cleaning up rubbish not just on the streets but also on beaches.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Renewable energy

300,000 euros for electric vehicle charging points in the Balearics

Announcement of subventions comprising 50% European regional development funds and 50% from the government itself.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Diandra Luker at S’Estaca this weekend.


The Douglas S’Estaca estate is better than ever

“If we sell it...I will be very sad as it has been part of my life. But I will still continue to come to Majorca.”

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The two members of the West Midlands Police Force on the beach beat yesterday.


British holidaymakers welcome the Bobbies to Magalluf

”I think it’s a very good idea. It’s nice to know that you can talk to a British police officer, someone who speaks your own language in the case of an incident."

Humphrey Carter

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Evening all...

Obviously, the two members of the West Midlands police force have been welcomed to Majorca by the local authorities and the majority of British holidaymakers in Magalluf, judging by their remarks yesterday.

Humphrey Carter

Edition of 9 August 2015