News of the day 11 August 2016
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Simon Manley (left) with Lloyd Milen, the British Consul.


Manley: Britons in Spain need not be nervous about Brexit

"We would have been better off together, but we must respect the public’s decision."

Humphrey Carter

Balearic finance minister Catalina Cladera.


No new taxes envisaged for the Balearics

"We are not about to announce new taxes," especially given the introduction of the tourist tax on 1 July.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Accumulation of rubbish in Palma.


Traders' association adds its criticism of Palma's rubbish collection

Residents and traders are faced on a daily basis with a lack of cleanliness and deficiencies in rubbish collection.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Environmentalists are citing a European ruling which could stop Alcudiamar development.


European ruling could scupper Alcudiamar expansion project

GOB argues that the expansion of Alcudiamar does not comply with the special plan for Alcudia's port.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


Cards in the PP’s hands

Spain has moved a step forward to forming a government but it’s complicated.

Humphrey Carter

Holiday / Lifestyle

Letters to the editor

Letters to the Editor

More about illegal street selling: "The farcical nonsense that is the police response to the traders has been just too much."

Edition of 11 August 2016