News of the day 27 March 2016
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Security, all-inclusives, saturation: the week in Majorca

The attacks in Brussels led to concerns about security in Majorca, the tourist tax was approved and all-inclusives became the target for tourism ministry inspections. These and more in the Majorca Daily Bulletin last week.

Monitor

Royal Family

Royal Family celebrates Easter Sunday mass in Palma

Notable by their absence were any members of the regional government.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Tourist tax

The tourist tax: what we know, what we don’t know

The tourist tax - its cost, its collection, its use, its support. Plus questions that still need answering.

Andrew Ede

Tourism

Over 140,000 visitors attended to by Calvia tourist information offices

There was a notable increase in the number of French visitors last year - up by over 14%. Those with British visitors actually fell - by 4.4%.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

EU referendum

Why you should vote in the European referendum

Time is moving on for Britons to have a say in the forthcoming referendum on Britain's EU membership, which will potentially affect everyone's lives in both the UK and overseas.

Peter Newey

News / Comment

Comment

Expat voting rights

"A vote for life is needed and a vote for life is needed now not later, especially with a referendum on the horizon."

Jason Moore

Holiday / Lifestyle

Your Views

Letters to the Editor

More views on Brexit and the EU referendum.

Sport / Real Mallorca

Real Mallorca

Almeria 1- Real Mallorca 1

The away point was just about deserved against an Almeria side that couldn't translate dominance into goal opportunities.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Real Mallorca

Dreadful game in Almeria ends 1-1

Real Mallorca slumbered to a 1-1 stalemate and were really fortunate to come away from Almeria on Sunday night with a point which they didn’t deserve.

Monro Bryce

Edition of 27 March 2016
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