News of the day 23 July 2016
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Tourism minister Biel Barceló is to face parliament next week about the Low Cost affair.


Government now says that hotels cannot charge Low Cost customers

The consumer affairs director-general says that hotels cannot charge tourists a second time and that they (the hotels) have to pursue claims against the collapsed company.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Palma's Bellver Castle, part of the city's heritage and culture.


UK media coverage providing positive image of Palma

It is "fantastic news" that prestigious foreign publications should be presenting Palma in such a positive way.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Laura Camargo of Podemos (left) and Pilar Costa of PSOE, supportive of Catalan promotion.


Government publicity campaign for Catalan speaking

The campaign has to be seen in the wider context of the work of the government's Social Council for the Catalan Language.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Gloria Gaynor receives her caricature.


Bulletin present for Gloria Gaynor

Gloria Gaynor was given a signed caricature.

Humphrey Carter

Alcudia's Plaça de Toros.


Alcudia bullfight to have children's area to keep them out of the bullring

Alcudia's mayor strongly denies that the town hall didn't fine the promoter for admitting minors to the bullfight last year.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The St. Albans in Palma.


Royal Navy frigate sails into Palma for brief visit

The British Consul General, Lloyd Milen, hosted a lunch on board for local charities and associations.

Humphrey Carter

News / Comment


Record tourism year...?

Leading UK tour industry bosses have told me that something is not right this year.

Humphrey Carter

Holiday / Lifestyle

Letters to the editor

Letters to the Editor

The outrageous laws for tenants and landlords, where all the rights are for tenants in rental properties and the owners have no rights when letting their properties.

Edition of 23 July 2016