News of the day 22 April 2016
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Government plays down terrorist and graffiti negative publicity

Pilar Costa spoke of the need for calmness and for trust in the security forces in light of the arrest of the IS suspect, Mohammed Harrak.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter


Approval for fishing tourism in the Balearics given

The new source of revenue for fishermen is expected to mean an improvement to their working conditions.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Animal welfare

Fornalutx demonstrating against bull-run ban

"The government hasn't wished to take into consideration either our arguments for maintaining the fiesta or the feelings of the whole village."

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter


Calvia police being reorganised

The aim of this reorganisation, which will apply from October, will be to give the force a more preventative role.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter


Roundtable on cancer genetics

Natasha Hall, the Majorca-based British artist, is a "cancer survivor" and will be one of those taking part in a roundtable on Wednesday, 27 April in the Es Baluard Aljub Hall.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


Days of empire

"Certain sections of the out camp appear to be stuck in a bygone era ..."

Jason Moore

Holiday / Lifestyle

Your Views

Letters to the Editor

Roads in Majorca and the planned demolition of Palma's Feixina monument.

Edition of 22 April 2016