News of the day 24 May 2016
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Magalluf beach in high summer.


Magalluf looking forward to an outstanding season

From May to October, a total of 420,000 tourists are expected, which will be an increase of 60,000.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Puerto Pollensa - pedestrianisation work complete for now but still no beach umbrellas.

Puerto Pollensa

Tots continue their attacks over Puerto Pollensa management

Tots per Pollença, led by former mayor Tomeu Cifre Ochogovia, have now drawn attention to concerns about bookings for the resort.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Cruz Roja (Red Cross) volunteers at the Playa de Palma hostel for refugees.

Refugee crisis

First Syrian refugees arrive in Majorca on Monday

Eight men - four from Syria, three from Iraq and one from the Central African Republic - are to be admitted.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Beach in Palma. Environmentalists are wondering about services on some of Majorca's beaches.


Environmentalists wanting beach services to not be authorised

GOB says that authorisation procedures are not complying with the Costas Authority's regulations.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


Worth the hassle? EU referendum

I’ve done my best to lay off the EU hokey cokey but it’s now worth joining the merry dance.

Humphrey Carter

Sport / Real Mallorca
Edition of 24 May 2016