News of the day 18 February 2016
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Maria Jose Maciá, territorial director for the Balearics of Banco Santander; Carmen Serra, president of Grupo Serra, (publishers of the Bulletin); Balearic president, Francina Armengol; Rami Aboukhair Hurtado, country head Spain, Banco Santander; and Paula Serra, director of the TV and radio arm of the Serra Group, who interviewed Armengol on stage during the event.


Balearic President: Keep up the good work to ensure growth

Armengol said that now was the time to invest in the islands because of the good economic conditions and low interest rates.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Palma’s councillor for public safety, Angelica Pastor.


Threats are not stopping Palma police from working

“The threats will not stop us in our duty,” stated Pastor, who was wishing to show her support for the “institution” of the local police force.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Morcheeba are a British band, consisting of Skye Edwards and the brothers Paul and Ross Godfrey.


London's Morcheeba heading Mallorca Live Festival

To be held on 29 and 30 April, the festival spotlights acts from various genres - indie, rock, world music, reggae, electronica and hip hop.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Michelin Star chef Marc Fosh.


Best British chef in Spain to treat Bulletin lunch to a few secrets

The gala lunch, with wine, is only 15 euros per head at the famous restaurant Misa which is owned by the Michelin Star British chef and restaurateur Marc Fosh

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

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“Britain's European dream could be coming to an end but we can't vote ...”

Jason Moore

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Letters to the Editor

As a hotelier here in Majorca for 14 years, I remember the eco tax and the shambles that was.

Edition of 18 February 2016