News of the day 15 February 2018
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Sir Roger Gale campaigning for expatriates.


Senior MP backs call for Brexit dual nationality

Britons living in Spain will not have their lives “disrupted” after Brexit - even if there is no UK-EU deal, the Spanish foreign minister Alfonso Dastis has said.

Humphrey Carter

Several large cruise ships in Palma's port.


Talks to stagger cruise ship visits to Palma

Small businesses do not want too many cruise ships in Palma at the same time.

Humphrey Carter

Palma terraces controversy continues.


Palma town hall accused of destroying businesses

The terrace war is continuing to rage in Palma and is soon to end up in the courts.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Seasonal workers in Ibiza struggle to ind accommodation.

Holiday rentals

Ibiza will severely restrict the availability of Airbnb this summer

A new law in Ibiza which will severely restrict the use of Airbnb and similar holiday accommodation platforms.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The mayor of Calvia, Alfonso Rodriguez Badal, discussing the latest findings about the ageing population yesterday.


Population of Calvia is ageing

70 per cent of Calvia’s population is aged between 17 and 64.

Humphrey Carter

News / Comment


Paying the price

Majorca must offer value for money at all times, especially now.

Jason Moore

Edition of 15 February 2018