News of the day 14 June 2017
News / Latest headlines
Fire crews were still fighting to bring the blaze under control at midday.


London tower blaze: significant numbers unaccounted for

“Several hundred would have been in there. It’s a question of establishing how many were in there at the time of the fire.”

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Guardia Civil in Palma's Son Gotleu as part of the drugs operation.


Twenty arrests in latest police drugs operation in Majorca

Two major drug outlets have been shut down following raids that took place simultaneously in different parts of the island.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

National Police at Palma airport.


Britons arrested at the airport for attacking police

The two drunken Brits began throwing punches at the officers and acting aggressively.

Humphrey Carter

The Council of Majorca intends doing away with the toll.


Soller Tunnel company demanding 31 million euros

Globalvia's compensation valuation for terminating the toll concession is greatly in excess of the Council of Majorca's.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Local police during a neo-Nazi incident four years ago.


Union blames town hall for Playa de Palma police shortage

The CCOO union says that on Friday only two officers were patrolling the front line between Balnearios One and Eight.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Transport minister Marc Pons (second from the right) and the shuttle bus in Santanyi.


Satisfaction with Cala s'Almonia shuttle bus service

The shuttle has been carrying an average of 50 to 60 people per day since its introduction last month.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


End of the line

May had a terrible general election but so did Nicola Sturgeon.

Jason Moore

Sport / Other Sports
Rafa Nadal, celebrating victory at Roland Garros.


Nadal to prepare for Wimbledon in Majorca

Former champion Rafael Nadal has withdrawn from the Aegon Championships at Queen’s Club

Edition of 14 June 2017