News of the day 23 October 2016
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The Partido Popular's Alvaró Gijón found himself at the centre of corruption allegations.


Corruption, attempted murder and holiday prices: the week in Majorca

Corruption allegations were firmly back on the agenda and Palma town hall was at the centre of them. A celebrated lawyer was pressing a charge of attempted murder. Hoteliers were saying no to UK tour operator requests for prices to come down.

Andrew Ede

Happier times for the Pollensa administration - Andres Nevado third left next to mayor Miquel Angel March.


Pollensa administration facing vote of no confidence

The rupture at the town hall has been sparked by the UMP's line on property tax.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The Porreres Fair.


What's in Majorca: 24-30 October

Inca's second fair this coming weekend, Porreres has its fair with a focus on local produce, Port Adriano has another street food festival, and in Paguera there's a weekend of artisan craft. In Can Picafort, demons will be on the prowl on Friday night as part of the Saladina Art Fest.It has been confirmed that the Oktoberfest in Palma can continue; the health and safety issues have been resolved. This Thursday, there will be a special artist appearing, and the event will now continue until 31 October, when there will be a Halloween special.

Andrew Ede

Sport / Real Mallorca
Edition of 23 October 2016