News of the day 19 July 2016
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Far from relaxing on the beach, for thousands of tourists there is concern because of the Low Cost collapse.


Tourists, employees, businesses: all victims of the Low Cost collapse

Some 20,000 British tourists have been left with trying to solve how payments are to be made to hotels and with filing claims with the Balearic government.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The control tower at Palma's Son Sant Joan airport.


Fears over Spanish air-traffic disruption

Air-traffic controllers at airports such as Palma are being stretched to the limit by the "barrage of flights".

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Something of a damp squib? Puerto Pollensa's fireworks.

Puerto Pollensa

More fuss in Puerto Pollensa: hamburger stand and fireworks

Tots per Pollença claim that the town hall hadn't received authorisation for the scale of fireworks intended for Puerto Pollensa.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Queuing to pay for the Soller tunnel will be a thing of the past by next year.


Mayor says a free tunnel will not cause Soller traffic problems

"The elimination of the toll will have an effect only at the beginning because of the novelty of being able to come to Soller without having to pay."

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


Brexit and British and Spanish citizens

"If Britain starts to get tough with Spanish citizens, then you can expect the Spanish to get tough with British citizens."

Jason Moore

Edition of 19 July 2016