News of the day 13 June 2017
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Parasols have reappeared at Es Trenc.


Es Trenc sunloungers in place, but no chiringuitos

It is becoming ever more unlikely that there will be chiringuito bars this summer.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Katara in Palma.


Emir of Qatar's yacht in Palma

One of the world’s largest and most luxurious private yachts moored up in Palma yesterday.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Álvaro Gijón, left, when making a court appearance in March.

Cursach affair

Gijón totally denies drugs and prostitutes allegations

Meanwhile, the prosecution service has opposed an appeal on behalf of Tolo Cursach for his release from custody.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Blaise Deacon with Darcie.


British holidaymaker: "My baby daughter was nearly snatched"

"I saw this woman with very dark skin and blonde hair approaching over my left shoulder. The lady put her arms around her telling us that she was taking her!"

Humphrey Carter

Calvia town hall representatives with the national government delegation.


Tighter police for Calvia

There was agreement as to an easing of tension and of anti-social behaviour, in Magalluf in particular.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

S'Illeta bar in Camp de Mar is thought to be under threat.


Concerns about demolition of more chiringuito bars

The regional environment ministry sent a letter to the Costas Authority regarding the legality of fourteen bars.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


Just Go!

Brexit is the very future of Britain and it shouldn't be taken lightly.

Jason Moore

Sport / Real Mallorca
Player effigies hanged at the stadium.

Real Mallorca

Real Mallorca fans vent their fury

We had smoke bombs, flares and the bus was pelted with eggs. It turned very, very ugly.

Monro Bryce

Edition of 13 June 2017