News of the day 10 October 2015
News / Latest headlines
Jayne Conyerd, organiser of the Walk for Freedom in Puerto Pollensa.

Northern News Spotlight

Walk for Freedom against human trafficking

The Walk for Freedom in Puerto Pollensa will start at 5.30pm on Saturday, 17 October.

Andrew Ede

A big thank you to Majorca


A big thank you to Majorca

The group of wounded war veterans who trained on the island to climb Kilimanjaro want to thank Majorca..

Humphrey Carter

The Balearic government wants a flat rate for inter-island flights.


Madrid dragging its heels over flat-rate tariff and tourist tax talks

A key issue is that the state budgets for 2016 are being drawn up, and the Balearic tariff would need to be included in these.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

President Armengol, characterised as having been “kidnapped by radical partners”.


PP rubbish government’s one hundred days performance

Prohens denounced the “inconsistency, instability, arrogance and vengefulness” of the government’s early days in office.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Palacio de Congresos award report expected shortly


Palacio de Congresos award report expected shortly

Hila reiterated that if the report determines illegality in the process, the award to the Barceló group will be annulled.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Simulated view of the semi-pedestrianised road.

Northern News Spotlight

Town hall presents modifications to Puerto Pollensa pedestrianisation scheme

The town hall would like there to be exclusive pedestrian use from 8pm.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


Look under the Stone

"Oliver Stone has his critics, but he has his opinions too and he appears balanced."

Humphrey Carter

Sport / Real Mallorca
Ferrer looking for the fans to get behind the team.

Real Mallorca

Mallorca striker out for two months

Ferrer has asked the fans who are going to the game to get behind the team and to not whistle their frustrations so much.

Monro Bryce

Edition of 10 October 2015