News of the day 22 November 2016
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The general view is that there will be a decline in British purchases.


Brexit may drive Balearic property prices down

It is being taken as something of a given that a weaker pound and uncertainty will cause a slowdown in the property market

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

National Police during an operation against Latino gangs a few years ago.


Police respond to El Terreno residents' demands

The implication of a police report is that Latino gangs are active in El Terreno.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Car parking, including unauthorised parking, has been an issue in the Es Trenc area for several years.


No car park for Ses Covetes in Es Trenc nature park plan

There will be three car parks with space for over 1,700 vehicles.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Mayor Alfonso Rodríguez (second from front) at the start of work on the Hotel Jamaica site.


Work now starting on Magalluf's Jamaica hotel site

Today, there was a symbolic start to the work, with town hall and Meliá representatives in attendance.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


Last orders getting earlier

It is not only the bars and restaurants closing early which is giving Palma an unusually quiet feel at the moment.

Jason Moore

Edition of 22 November 2016