News of the day 2 October 2016
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A police operation against prostitutes in Magalluf from five years ago.


Tourist tax, rentals, ice-cream, prostitutes: the week in Majorca

The hoteliers federation's challenge to the tourist tax was accepted, Airbnb was in the firing-line, police were being dismissed, the ice-cream saga of Pollensa continued and Calvia was no longer taking prostitutes to court.

Andrew Ede

Majorca's Carlos Moya (second right), one of the former champions taking part in the Legends Cup at Palma Sport & Tennis Club.


What's on in Majorca: 3-9 October

The Legends Cup ATP Champions Tour event is at Palma Sport & Tennis Club for four days from Thursday. Llucmajor has its next fair on Sunday. There is a good deal of gastronomy knocking around, such as Cala Ratjada's fresh fish weekend that starts on Friday and Puerto Soller's fishy fair on Saturday.

Andrew Ede

Over 50 services not running on Monday.


Rail strike in Majorca on Monday: over 50 services cancelled

Further disruption because of industrial action is scheduled for Wednesday.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Edition of 2 October 2016