News of the day 30 November 2016
News / Latest headlines


Government dismissing a "Brexit effect" on growth in 2017

The regional government expects growth to be 3.7% next year. Other forecasts, citing Brexit, are not so optimistic.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter


Marratxi requesting exhumation of Civil War graves

Victims' deaths were recorded as having been "accidents".

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter


Parliament approves anti-corruption office

"Corruption has to be fought on different fronts and with different means and all the political parties should work on restoring the public's faith."

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Homeless people in Palma are to be registered with the town hall just like any other resident of the city.


Homeless in Palma to be put on residents' register

"Through this measure we will make available the means to allow people to have a more dignified life."

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


Wait and see on Brexit

I think the Brexit optimism is just wishful thinking at the moment.

Jason Moore

Edition of 30 November 2016