News of the day 24 January 2017
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Half a million euros are to be invested in the information centre at the Raixa finca in Bunyola.

Tourist tax

Half the tourist tax revenue destined for water projects

In all, almost 24 million out of the 30 million will be spent on environmental and water projects.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Waves crashed through the Cala Ratjada wall, which was already in a poor state.


Majorca could be declared a disaster area because of floods

The national government's delegation will assess information in deciding whether to declare a disaster area.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Taxi drivers at the airport are preparing for a scrap over the bus services.


Taxi drivers determined to protest against resort buses

Calvia taxi drivers have expressed their displeasure with the plan, as services will go to Magalluf and Santa Ponsa.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Mariano Rajoy says that the cut in airport taxes will help to improve competitiveness.


Airport taxes to fall by over two per cent per annum

The reduction in charges is lower than one that the Balearic government had been calling for.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Adverts for the Bulletin can be placed at Nice Price in Portals.

Majorca Daily Bulletin

Nice Price now taking Bulletin advertisements

You can now buy the Bulletin and place your classified advertisements at the top British supermarket in Portals.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


No blow to Brexit

The Supreme Court ruling appears to be a rather pointless victory.

Jason Moore

Edition of 24 January 2017