News of the day 29 June 2017
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Four ISIS suspects arrested in Majorca

The central government delegate to the Balearics, Maria Salom, was quick to call for calm yesterday after four suspected members of ISIS were arrested on the island.

Humphrey Carter



Tour firms worried about negative false claims impact

British tour industry leaders are urging the government to implement “simple changes” that do not require a parliamentary vote to speed up a resolution to the surge in holiday illness claims, as the boss of one consortium warned the high rise in such claims could put travel companies “out of business”.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter



Young man critical after balcony fall

A 20-year-old holiday maker is in a critical condition after falling from a fourth floor balcony at a hotel in Magalluf in the early hours of yesterday morning.

Humphrey Carter

Bus service.


Port and airport bus to run 24/7

The EMT municipal bus company announced yesterday that the number 1 service which connects the port with Palma airport is going to be operating 24/7 from 1 July and will continue operating round the clock until at least the end of August.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


Record season

You would have thought that you wouldn’t be able to move around Palma on Tuesday with six cruise ships with 17,000 passengers visiting the port. But in fact the centre of the city was relatively fact too quiet for peak season

Jason Moore

Holiday / Lifestyle

Letters to the editor

Letters to the Editor

I see now that some beaches of Majorca are not only known throughout Europe because of the antics of certain tourists over there, they also are famous because of certain journalists that have not any kind of respect for his readers, and above all any kind of respect of the beaches where the most of his fellowmen spend their holidays.

Edition of 29 June 2017