News of the day 21 September 2015
News / Latest headlines


“Hardest part has been done”: Magalluf’s transformation

Gabriel Escarrer, Meliá's CEO, says that the hardest part has been done in turning Magalluf around.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter


More government debt to pay civil servants' Christmas bonus

These costs are identified in a report accompanying a decree which authorises the payment of just over 25% of the Christmas “bonus.”

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter


Groundbreaking tourism conference in Palma on Friday

Palma’s Es Baluard Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art will be the location for the first ever international conference on tourism innovation.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter


Opposition on Palma city council warns of travel chaos

“Let’s hope it will be ok and that everything is programmed so that the local police and the department of transport can ensure that there isn’t chaos.”

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Northern News Spotlight

Songs of Praise proves to be a major success in Puerto Pollensa

It was a very happy and successful event. Events like this don’t just happen, and Vicky Pacey should be thanked for her planning and organisation.

Howard Mullen

News / Comment


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“Didn't they learn their lesson the last time they introduced a tourist tax...”

Jason Moore

Holiday / Lifestyle

Letters to the editor

Letters to the Editor

"I do hope that sense will prevail, and the tax is scrapped."

Sport / Real Mallorca

Real Mallorca

Mallorca third bottom after 1-0 defeat

"We started on Sunday with two strikers, both Acuña and Bianchi ran around a lot trying to look menacing, but they just can’t find the net."

Monro Bryce

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