News of the day 24 September 2017
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The "massification" demonstration was a peaceful affair.


Massification demo calls for more courageous government measures

Estimates suggested that there were more than 3,000 demonstrators, though in the absence of official figures it was hard to tell.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

False claims

Call for Brussels to regulate on false holiday claims

Brussels should be involved in order to ensure that false claims don't become an issue with other markets.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Jesús Jurado of Podemos (third right) was among protesters when Mariano Rajoy arrived.


Rajoy tells Palma audience there will be no referendum

David Abril: "That the PP comes here to Palma to defend the unity of Spain simply seems to me to be a provocation."

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Local people voicing their support for the Guardia Civil.


Gathering in support of the Guardia Civil

The rally was seemingly a spontaneous one arranged via social networks.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Amidst the storm in Catalonia, Mariano Rajoy found time for a visit to Palma.


Nationalism and no cars: the week in Majorca

All eyes were on Catalonia; Majorcan nationalism took to the beaches; there was an absence of condemnation for anti-tourism; rentals legislation was "terror"; and Palma had a curious day with no cars.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Guardia Civil at the scene of the accident in Pollensa.


German woman dies after falling from Pollensa villa terrace

The railing of an upper terrace gave way and the woman fell nine metres.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The Moor King and King Jaume of S'Estol Rei en Jaume, Alcudia Fair on Saturday.


What's on in Majorca: 26 September-1 October

The fairs now start to come thick and fast. Alcudia's is always extremely popular, with a highlight being the dances and procession of the bigheads S'Estol Rei en Jaume; Llucmajor starts its series of four fairs with the first for Sant Miquel, which features the dances of the cavallet cotoners; Alaro's on Sunday will have the "somera" donkey and its dance. And Esporles has its fair, which is devoted to sweets and pastries. The Capella Mallorquina choir celebrates fifty years with a free concert at Palma Cathedral, and Syrian pianist Aeham Ahmad performs at the Teatre Principal in Palma.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Sport / Real Mallorca
Edition of 24 September 2017