News of the day 23 February 2016
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Peter Dench, UK: Shortlist, Professional, Daily Life in Magalluf.


Magalluf photo on shortlist for top global award

“A woman checks on the welfare of a British man slumped across a wall on Magalluf beach, Majorca” has been shortlisted for this year’s Sony World Photography Awards 2016.

Humphrey Carter

Diego Torres during his declaration on Tuesday.

Nóos trial

Former king's lawyer and tax agency approved Nóos affairs, says Torres

The lawyer to the former king, Juan Carlos, and the Hacienda used to periodically monitor activities at Nóos and gave their approval.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Increased drought aid to farmers still “insufficient”


Increased drought aid to farmers still “insufficient”

The amount in grants for buying feed will go up to two million euros, says agriculture and environment minister, Vicenç Vidal.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Sir Roger Gale is fighting the corner for expatriates.

EU referendum

Cameron “cannot guarantee what will happen to expats"

“This is a very worrying situation for those who have chosen to work and retire overseas and for those planning to do so.”

Humphrey Carter

Scotland winter flights


Scotland winter flights

Ryanair has announced this afternoon that they will be flying twice a week from Edinburgh to Palma during the winter months (October to March).

Jason Moore

News / Comment


In the dark

“What will be our status if Britain leaves the European Union ...”

Jason Moore

Holiday / Lifestyle

Letters to the editor

Letters to the Editor

Tourist tax: "The sheer greed of the native people and total lack of infrastructure and proper modernisation." / "How dare she propose that a portion of the tourist tax be used to finance travel plans of local seniors of the Balearics?"

Edition of 23 February 2016