News of the day 4 November 2017
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Specialists from Palma Aquarium joined the hunt for the turtle.

Animal welfare

Hunt for injured rare turtle sighted off Soller

The turtle was sighted on Thursday. It had a longline hook nailed in its mouth.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Álvaro Nadal, in effect the Catalonia tourism minister.


Bookings tumble and no rentals appeal: the week in Majorca

Catalonia wasn't alone in experiencing a drop in reservations; a modest increase in low-season flights was being promised; Madrid missed a deadline; and someone was in trouble because of ham.

Andrew Ede

Louise Davis


"Deya will always be part of me"

Louise Davis retired last week after 22 years as PR Manager and PA to the General Manager at La Residencia Hotel.

Humphrey Carter

Josep Bou, who detailed how business is suffering in Catalonia.

Catalonia crisis

Catalan business leader fearful of independence "export" to the Balearics

Catalans "are not fools" even if some of them are fantasists.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Parc de la Mar will be used for exhibiting boats for the new museum.


Consortium being set up for new maritime museum

There once was a maritime museum in Palma. It was in the Consolat de la Mar from 1951 to 1972.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Santanyi, where investment has been made in the market area.


Seven million euros for increasing local retail trade

More pedestrianisation and more parking will be keys to boosting local business.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


Jailing Catalan leaders

Was it really necessary to send them to jail?

Jason Moore

Edition of 4 November 2017