News of the day 24 April 2017
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Street drinking parties have been a growing issue for several years in Majorca.


Town halls coming together to deal with fiesta-time drinking parties

The problems caused by the "botellón" and the number of people involved are increasing, especially at fiesta time.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Biel Barceló taking a look at one of the Miró sculptures in the royal gardens.


Miró sculptures for Marivent Palace gardens

The gardens at the Marivent Palace will finally open to the public on 2 May and will feature Joan Miró sculptures.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Leapy Lee, one of those opposed to the new noise limits for bars and clubs.


Mass protest planned against new Calvia bar noise limits

"People are very angry and I know there is going to be a very large turnout for the protest, which could turn nasty."

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Artist Joan Bennàssar.


The image of the sea struck by the oar

The Rhythm of Oars Breaking into the Sea will be distributed on Sunday with the Majorca Daily Bulletin.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Lucas Otterling, developer of the QuoteNow app.


From goal saver to emotion saver

Lucas Otterling, a nineteen-year-old Swedish app developer and former professional footballer, talks about overcoming depression and becoming an app entrepreneur.

Humphrey Carter

Sport / Real Mallorca
It's going to need more than just prayers to spare Mallorca from relegation.

Real Mallorca

Mallorca pray for a miracle after 1-1 draw

Real Mallorca need some divine intervention after digging their own graves, drawing 1-1 at home to a poor Cordoba team.

Monro Bryce

Edition of 23 April 2017