News of the day 29 April 2016
News / Latest headlines
Authorities still trying to regulate the car hire sector.


The government doesn’t know how many hire cars there are

 “The administrations must take measures against companies that operate in a pirate manner this summer by not being officially registered.”

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Controversy over Calvia crackdown


Controversy over Calvia crackdown

New ordinance places emphasis on behaviour, that of residents and tourists. Fines of up to 3,000 euros.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Scores of roads will be closed tomorrow.


Mayors wanting limits to road races

Arta mayor admits that they do though cause inconvenience. "They need to be minimised as much as possible."

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

A great deal of interest in moorings is being shown at the boat show.


Twenty per cent surge in demand for moorings in the Balearics

Booking a berth for July and August is more or less impossible in the Balearics and that is leading to the lengthening of the nautical season.

Humphrey Carter

News / Comment


A new government

“It is clearly evident that Spain functions better without a government ...”

Jason Moore

Holiday / Lifestyle

Your Views

Letters to the Editor

The ongoing saga of Palma's convention centre: "The whole situation with the Palacio de Congresos is such an embarrassment for all concerned."

Sport / Real Mallorca
Hector Yuste back tomorrow from suspension.

Real Mallorca

No margin for error for Mallorca

The harsh reality of relegation means the Palma side must not slip up tomorrow evening.

Monro Bryce

Edition of 29 April 2016