News of the day 2 October 2017
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Monarch's collapse will mean holidaymakers being flown home on special charters.

Monarch collapse

Tourists in Majorca affected as Monarch ceases trading

Customers overseas due to fly in the next fortnight will be taken back to the UK at no cost and will not need to cut short their stays.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Inca, where there is a shortage of rental accommodation.


Inca short of rental accommodation

The situation in Inca is being mirrored in smaller places, such as Sineu, Lloseta and Sa Pobla.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter


Trial of drunk driver who tried to bribe police

The driver asked police officers how much money would be needed "to settle the matter".

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Launch of the campaign, with some of the prizes in the background.


Prizes to be won in small retailers' Christmas shopping campaign

Ten euros a ticket for a draw with prizes including a BMW.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Carles Puigdemont and other political leaders during a protest held on Monday.

Catalonia crisis

Balearic reaction condemns Catalonia violence

There were impromptu protests across Majorca against what happened in Catalonia on Sunday.

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Tim Henman, one of the legends playing in Palma this week.


What's on in Majorca: 5-8 October

The botifarró barbecue and fiesta returns to Sant Joan after a one-year absence, Moors and Christians battle it out in Valldemossa, demons on the loose and fire-running in Can Picafort during the art fest, Finnish Music Week with concerts from Thursday to Saturday, and the ATP Champions Tour Legends Cup is back at the Palma Sport & Tennis Club.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Edition of 1 October 2017