News of the day 11 January 2016
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Princess Cristina and Iñaki Urdangarin arriving at the Balearic School of Public Administration, which is housing the court for the Noos trial.

Nóos trial

Princess Cristina comes to court

Princess Cristina has appeared in court this morning on charges of tax fraud.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Vice-President Biel Barcelo, also the tourism minister, is keen to get tax passed as soon as possible.

Tourist tax

Tourist tax being “urgently” pushed through to meet June start

The Majorca Hoteliers Federation will look at taking legal measures and “will exhaust” them until they find a solution.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Tourist spending in the Balearics was up by 6% to November


Tourist spending in the Balearics was up by 6% to November

Tourist spending in the Balearics during  November (110 million) was down by more than 8% compared with November 2014.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The accused: Jaume Matas front row, second from the left; Iñaki Urdangarin back row, second from the right; Princess Cristina back row, left.

Nóos trial

Princess Cristina stands trial on tax fraud charges in Palma

Cristina sat motionless in the courtroom, fronted by a framed photo of King Felipe while the accusations were read out.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


A good outlook!

“You don’t get the impression that Majorcans are too concerned ...”

Jason Moore

Sport / Real Mallorca
Damia Sabater in action against Cordoba on Sunday.

Real Mallorca

New owners face major problems

The result puts Mallorca back into the relegation bottom four and quite frankly, after watching this debacle, their league position doesn’t lie.

Monro Bryce

Edition of 10 January 2016