News of the day 1 October 2016
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Image of work in Puerto Pollensa earlier this year.

Puerto Pollensa

Puerto Pollensa pedestrianisation will not be completed this winter

"It will be impossible to carry out all the work this winter, so it will have to be split in order not to affect the tourism season."

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

As was the case with a previous survey, this one found that "saturation" is more acutely sensed in Palma than elsewhere.


Tourist "saturation" becoming an environmental concern for the public

The director of the survey says that there is nevertheless a certain "ambivalence" towards the issue of saturation.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Gabriel Muñoz, who saved two children from drowning.


Police honour for officer who saved children in Son Serra from drowning

Gabriel Muñoz has received the Spanish Police Foundation award for human values.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Copy of the letter from Lord Prior to Sir Roger Gale.


No Brexit threat to health care for the moment

Jeremy Hunt confirmed that with regard to health care for British residents living abroad, nothing is going to change until Brexit negotiations are concluded.

Humphrey Carter

Smaller businesses are more prone to this type of cyber attack, but larger Balearic companies can also be vulnerable.


Over 15% of Balearic companies lose data through cyber attacks

"It is the user who opens the door to the cybercriminals and sets in motion the capture of information."

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


For tourists, price is king

Greedy hoteliers, a weak pound against the euro are going to make a tough holiday market for Majorca.

Humphrey Carter

Sport / Real Mallorca

Real Mallorca

Mallorca score! But then lose

Lugo 3 - Real Mallorca 1

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Edition of 1 October 2016