News of the day 5 November 2016
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The Majorca Daily Bulletin is helping to promote Majorca at the World Travel Market.


Early rush for Balearic holidays in the UK

Early holiday bookings to the Balearics for summer 2017 have risen by eight per cent, easing fears over the weakness of the pound and Brexit.

Jason Moore

Senior Majorcan politicians at the Porreres grave today.


Porreres mass grave reveals victims of the Civil War

"People were murdered for defending freedoms we now enjoy."

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Andy Macgregor, a Scotsman in Iberia.


The Scotsman who has become Spain's latest TV star

"I guess it’s a guide to alternative Spain, alternative tourism, looking at the local culture, gastronomy, history, places of interest and, of course, the fishing."

Humphrey Carter

Balearic yacht clubs are looking for improved terms for sponsorship arrangements.


Yacht clubs seeking sponsorship tax incentives

There has been a call for a sponsorship law for many years but there has never been any movement on one.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The Red Cross provides important help to the homeless.


Over 150 people were living on the streets in 2015

"We want to bring to an end the scourge of people in the 21st century having to live on the streets."

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


The menu of the day

The great value meals will be a welcome delight for visiting British tourists.

Jason Moore

Sport / Real Mallorca
Mallorca's Brandon coming off second best as Zaragoza take a point at the Iberostar Stadium.

Real Mallorca

Lekic secures a point against Zaragoza

Real Mallorca 2 - Real Zaragoza 2

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Edition of 5 November 2016