News of the day 9 April 2017
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Bus passengers to "go on strike"

"It's an issue of demanding an improvement to the island's public transport, which has many deficiencies".

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter


Balearics battling the seasonal accommodation crisis

"Usually I've been able to find a house. This time I'm waiting to see two rooms. I can't get anything else."

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Holiday rentals

Town halls welcome powers to regulate holiday rentals

In coastal municipalities there are different needs and concerns. Much will depend on decisions made by the Council of Majorca.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter


Magalluf, BCM and horror in Llucmajor: the week in Majorca

A remodelling of Magalluf was announced, BCM was closed, holiday rentals' legislation moved a step closer, and there was a shocking incident in Llucmajor.

Andrew Ede


What's on in Majorca: 10-16 April

Holy Week in Majorca. There are processions across the island, especially on Thursday and Good Friday for the Last Supper (mostly everywhere at 19.00 on Thursday) and the "Davallament" (descent from the cross) usually at 21.00 on the Friday. Outside Palma, Felanitx and Pollensa are two of the main places for the Davallament. In addition on Good Friday, there is the staging of the "Via Crucis" on the steps of the Cathedral at midday.

Andrew Ede

News / Comment


British fair play

I don’t think that Brexit has brought out the best in Britain.

Jason Moore

Edition of 9 April 2017