News of the day 17 March 2017
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Scotland may indeed meet the world, but not Majorca.


Scots calling on Balearic government for winter flight help

"I thought after all the campaigning the Bulletin and the Scottish community did the year before last, we had finally solved the problem of a lack of direct winter flights."

Humphrey Carter

A happy minister and some happy taxi chappies, except for one.


One of the taxi-driver associations threatens protests

As agreement was reached to call off actions up to and including Easter, any new ones would be scheduled for after Easter.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Soller attracts thousands for the Moors and Christians. It also attracts those with other interests.


Soller clamping down on alcohol and drugs during the Firó

The issue that the town hall really faces is the party that runs in parallel to the battle re-enactment.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Álvaro Gijón (left) on his way to the court yesterday.


Gijón protests his innocence against Cursach allegations

"I am innocent. I'm not going to resign for any reason because I have done absolutely nothing of what I am being accused."

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


Scotland and democracy

Sturgeon should work with the British government, not work against it.

Jason Moore

Edition of 17 March 2017