News of the day 29 August 2017
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More charging points for electric vehicles will be needed.


Balearic climate change legislation will be "pioneering"

Marc Pons, energy minister: "The fight against climate change is at the centre of the political agenda." 

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Calls have been made wanting licences that are currently unavailable.

Holiday rentals

Tourism ministry inundated with calls to license holiday rentals

These calls have been coming despite the fact that since the end of July it has been impossible to register any property.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The heat and humidity will give way to lower temperatures and possible storms.


Temperatures dropping tomorrow and rain expected

Aemet says that temperatures will drop by up to six degrees and that there could be rain anywhere in Majorca.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Getting the message across in Catalan.


Youth agitators' banners demand a decrease in tourism

Endavant-OSAN, Arran and Joves del GOB have put a few banners up.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

False claims

Licence stripped from holiday sickness firm

Lancashire-based Allsure Ltd had encouraged holiday-goers to fabricate or embellish symptoms of gastric illness to get compensation.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Michelle Obama in Majorca in 2010.


Michelle Obama jets into Majorca

Michelle Obama went to the Esporles finca of Ses Planes, which has been rented by the former US ambassador, James Costos.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The Bridgend Male Choir.


Top Welsh choir to perform in the Cathedral

The Bridgend Male Choir is coming to Majorca in late October.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Ben Bartlett


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News / Comment


Tourism fall

The drop in the number of visitors in September should be a concern.

Jason Moore

Edition of 29 August 2017