News of the day 12 October 2017
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Maria Salom, President Armengol and Jaume Barceló at yesterday evening's ceremony for the Guardia Civil.


Balearic government criticised for attacking national identity

The national government delegate to the Balearics accused the Armengol administration of wanting to undermine national identity.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter


Bridgend Male Choir charity tour

The Bridgend Male Choir will be performing at the Cap Vermell Cultural Centre in Cala Ratjada on 25 October.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Maristany, which lies between Hidropark and the sports centre in Alcudia.


Alcudia project for Maristany birdwatching

Maristany is the most significant part of the Albufera wetland that still exists in Alcudia.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Sindicat in Felanitx, abandoned for years even though it is a listed building.


Four million euros to restore the Felanitx Sindicat

The Sindicat in Felanitx takes its name from the syndicate which was the wine cooperative - Bodega Cooperativa de Felanitx - founded in 1913.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The red beetle was once causing havoc with palm trees in Majorca. There is now far better control.


Palm tree beetle under control in Palma

The town hall has its trees under control. The greater problem is with trees on private land.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The pro-Spain march in Palma yesterday.


Party atmosphere for pro-Spain march in Palma

"Viva España", "Viva la Constitución", "Viva la Policía Nacional", "Viva la Guardia Civil".

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Servicemen supported by the Not Forgotten Association trekking in Majorca.


Best foot forward for British military veterans

The third and final group of physically or mentally wounded British military veterans have been enjoying some well-earned rest and recuperation in Majorca this week.

Humphrey Carter

News / Comment


Catalan aces

The Spanish government has finally got its act together.

Jason Moore

Edition of 12 October 2017