News of the day 2 April 2017
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Patrol in Punta Ballena in Magalluf.


Two years for Magalluf knife attack

The incident occurred in Magalluf's Punta Ballena last September.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Tiffany Nia Escolano.


"I would not recommend modelling as a career"

Interview with top international Majorcan model, actress, film maker, ballet teacher and fashion designer Tiffany Nia Escolano.

Humphrey Carter

Happy enough at Christmas drinks last year, but there are clear tensions between Noguera (left) and Hila.

Holiday rentals

Hila attacks Noguera over holiday rentals' "ban"

Noguera's announcement of a ban, said Hila, was "unexpected".

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Pollensa's tourism is heavily reliant on holiday rental accommodation.

Holiday rentals

Pollensa wanting the all-clear for villas with planning infractions

Pollensa's mayor has been accused of "ideological defection" in supporting rentals which do not fully comply with regulations.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

And there may even be some summer weather this Easter.


Brexit not putting Britons off Majorca

Majorca is the most popular destination overall this Easter.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Terraferida revealed unlicensed holiday rentals offered via Airbnb.


Airbnb alert and a mess for Més: the week in Majorca

There was uproar over holiday rentals and over contracts awarded by ministers with the Més party. A moratorium on new hotel licences was proposed, and there were two gas alarms.

Andrew Ede

Doctor Bonaventura Clotet Sala, who believes a cure for AIDS can be found.


Palma conference to consider the cure for AIDS

A conference on AIDS is to be held at the CaixaForum in Palma on Thursday, 6 April at 7pm.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Puerto Alcudia's sepia fair, one of Majorca's largest and most popular fairs.


What's on in Majorca: 3-9 April

Puerto Alcudia's sepia (cuttlefish) gastronomy fair and boat show from Friday evening. Also at the weekend - Calvia's sheep and goats fair and Santa Margalida's spring fair, which concludes with the blessing of palms for Palm Sunday.

Andrew Ede

News / Comment


Palma playing dangerous games

Agree with the argument or not, Palma needs to have a clear and strong message for the tourist industry.

Humphrey Carter

Edition of 2 April 2017