News of the day 3 September 2015
News / Latest headlines

Police

Irish couple arrested in Majorca for abandoning their son

A couple from Ireland on holiday in Majorca were arrested at Palma’s Son Sant Joan airport on Wednesday for having allegedly abandoned their son.

J. Jiménez

Tourism

Kindhearted British resident offers sisters his home for free

Sisters Emily and Daisy Wolton were yesterday still waiting for some response from the company which "ripped them off" over a holiday let in Palma. However, good news came from elsewhere.

Humphrey Carter

Refugees

Mixed reaction to Palma’s desire to help EU migrant crisis

“Obviously, we  want people to be safe but these problems can’t be solved overnight."

Humphrey Carter

Animal welfare

Fornalutx surprised at government querying of the bull-run

The ministry is wanting assurance that all necessary permissions are granted.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Catalonia

Spain prepares for another Catalan independence push

This election could be the break the Catalan independence movement has been waiting for.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment

Comment

Festive election

“It is quite amazing that Spain will hold an election just before Christmas...”

Jason Moore

Holiday / Lifestyle

Letters to the editor

Letters to the Editor

"Well, it appears that Palma council intends to encourage migrants to come and settle in Palma. You don’t provide a house for someone unless you expect them to stay."

Sport / Other Sports

Tennis

Palma will become a city of global tennis legends next month

The tournament, which will run from 8 to 11 October at the newly renovated Palma Sport and Tennis Club is going to feature some of the greatest players in tennis history

Humphrey Carter

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