News of the day 2 September 2016
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Guardia Civil officers had to intervene when protesters sought to prevent the Fornalutx bull-run.

Animal welfare

Fornalutx bull-run protesters removed

Among the protesters was a Podemos parliamentary deputy, Baltasar Picornell.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

GOB wish to end any "privatisation" of the coast.


Environmentalists wanting comprehensive plan for the coasts

Some of this is clearly in reference to recent events, such as the parasols and loungers placed on Cabrera and other beaches for "private" enjoyment.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

When finished, Puerto Pollensa will look something like this.

Puerto Pollensa

Council of Majorca commits to Puerto Pollensa pedestrianisation funding

The principal concern with the second phase of the project had been with a guaranteed half a million euros funding from the Council of Majorca.

Andrew Ede

Palma Paseo Maritimo to be closed on Sunday morning, much to the annoyance of restaurants.


"Outrage" at closure of Palma Paseo Marítimo this Sunday

The road will be closed from 08.30 to 13.30 between the Porto Pi centre and the Gesa building this Sunday.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


Tourism: the cruel reality

It was good while it lasted for tens of thousands but it’s back to the job centre now.

Humphrey Carter

Holiday / Lifestyle

Letters to the editor

Letters to the Editor

By installing solar powered lamp posts along the pathway which runs from Calvia to the village of Capdella, Calvia Council have disregarded this honour and destroyed our rural landscape.

Edition of 2 September 2016