News of the day 1 February 2018
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The value of Balearic exports is increasing.


Balearic exports at an all-time high

Export performance "clearly demonstrates the capacity of Balearic business to seek out new markets".

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

What remains of Real Mallorca's one-time stadium.


Sale agreement for Lluís Sitjar site proving difficult

The co-owners association, with 68% of the holding, is not in agreement over the valuation.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Guardia Civil officers in the street in Inca where the stabbing occurred.


Inca woman in serious condition after being stabbed by her husband

Neighbours called the emergency service when they heard a loud argument.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The teacher arriving at the court in Palma.


Palma teacher accused of sexual abuse

The teacher appeared in court yesterday and was released on charges.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Mayors and other town hall representatives met to discuss holiday rentals zoning.

Holiday rentals

Mayors split over holiday rentals zoning

Mayors, such as Santanyi's, want less restriction. Others, like Calvia's, are looking at more.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Santa Catalina will be one of the Palma districts most affected by the terraces bylaw.


Legal war looming over Palma terraces

500 of Palma's 1,650 terraces will be affected in some way by the new bylaw.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The Can Picafort marina is only used by small boats.


Can Picafort mooring prices going up 40%

The annual charge for the yacht club concession has gone up from 9,000 to 150,000 euros.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

More foreign tourists than ever last year in the Balearics.


Balearics foreign tourism rose six per cent last year

The Balearics attracted a total of 13,790,968 foreign tourists last year.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Guardia Civil officers from the citizens security unit in Son Gotleu yesterday.


Seven arrests for over 70 robberies

The robberies were in Palma, Bunyola, Calvia and Marratxi.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

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Edition of 1 February 2018