News of the day 14 June 2016
News / Latest headlines
From the left: Mariano Rajoy, Pedro Sánchez, Albert Rivera and Pablo Iglesias.


Spain's party leaders clash over corruption

The candidates for prime minister from the four leading parties took part in a live television debate on Monday evening.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Ignacio Cosidó, Spain's director-general of police at the Palma security summit.


Police minister confirms commitment to Balearics safety

The national director-general of the police described the Balearic Islands as one of the safest and most attractive destinations in the Mediterranean.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Enrique Ponce. Taken at the bullfight in Illescas, Toledo.

Animal welfare

Bullfighting ban will wait until after the general election

With parliament unable to move ahead with the ban, the bullfight in Muro as part of its summer fiestas will definitely take place this coming weekend.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Fears that a UK exit will have a harmful impact on Majorca's exports, such as potatoes.

EU referendum

Majorca's exporters greatly concerned at Brexit prospect

"It will be very negative for the Balearic and European economy and will affect more than 200 businesses on the islands."

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


Cameron could be on his way out

"There is a real possibility that by the end of the month Britain will have a new PM."

Jason Moore

Sport / Real Mallorca
Real Mallorca's American owner, Robert Sarver, cutting the ribbon for the players' lounge opening.

Real Mallorca

New players lounge for Real Mallorca

General manager Maheta Molango said there will be no triumphalist talk this time about likely promotion.

Monro Bryce

Edition of 14 June 2016