News of the day 25 May 2017
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Majorca is the most searched-for island on Trivago.


Majorca heads Trivago holiday island searches

Prices in Majorca are on average well below some other islands in the Mediterranean.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Environment minister Vicenç Vidal was among those protesting.


Protest doesn't stop Sahara sand being unloaded

Some fifty people took part in a protest at the Dique del Oeste.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Emergency services were rapidly on the scene.


Two-year-old in critical condition after falling from a first floor

The child has suffered severe head trauma as a result of the fall.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Kaia Kater, performing in Palma this evening.


Kaia Kater brings old-time music to Palma

Kaia Kater plays her only Spanish date this evening (Friday) at the Sa Nostra Cultural Centre in Palma.

Humphrey Carter

Claudia Schiffer's property in Camp de Mar.


Claudia Schiffer selling her Majorca home

Claudia Schiffer hasn't visited Majorca as often as was once the case.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

There is disagreement over banning what is already illegal.


Palma councillors still at loggerheads over street selling

Aurora Jhardi: "It is a human rights' matter, and I'm not about to apply a bandage."

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

BCM, still in darkness after the town hall ordered its closure.

Cursach affair

Two more arrests related to Cursach affair

Tolo Cursach faces being transferred to a prison on the mainland. Meanwhile, the closure of BCM may affect "study trips" to Magalluf.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Taxi drivers agreed to go back to work after a meeting with the government and Aena.


Taxi drivers resume airport services after confrontation with "pirates"

There was chaos at the airport as tourists were caught up in the confrontation between taxi drivers and the "microbus" operators.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


Troops on the streets

Putting soldiers on patrol in Britain is an excellent idea, which should be welcomed.

Jason Moore

Edition of 25 May 2017