News of the day 9 June 2017
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Theresa May at the polling station yesterday.


May gets DUP support to form government

Theresa May has gone to Buckingham Palace to seek leave to form a government with the DUP.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Balearic legislation of holiday rentals is due to be approved in the next few weeks.

Holiday rentals

Madrid "political interference" in holiday rentals' legislation

Biel Barceló: "We can only believe that there are political motivations for the report."

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Pedro Horrach (right) is a former anti-corruption prosecutor.

Cursach affair

Horrach steps down as defence lawyer in Cursach case

Horrach was advised by the College of Lawyers that it would be prudent to withdraw.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Left to right: Jason Moore, David Connell, Carmen Serra (president of the Serra Group) and Miguel Serra (editor of Ultima Hora).


US Embassy spokesperson visits Bulletin offices

David Connell, the US Embassy press officer was in Palma yesterday.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Podemos councillors: Rodrigo Romero, Antònia Martín, Aligi Molina, Aurora Jhardi and Eva Frade.


Podemos could leave Palma town hall pact

There are various disagreements between Podemos and the other two parties governing Palma town hall.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Buses currently use stops next to residences and create noise and fumes.


GOB challenge siting of Puerto Pollensa bus station

The municipal architect says that it is a bus stop which is being planned and not a bus station.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


To vote or not

Why is it that many countries give their citizens a vote for life.

Jason Moore

Edition of 9 June 2017