News of the day 17 February 2018
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Brexit uncertainty is beginning to have a negative effect on tourism in Majorca.


Majorcan businesses starting to feel the downside of Brexit

“Britons are starting to get worried, especially about just how much their pound is going to be worth next year, so they are sitting tight.”

Humphrey Carter

Es Murterar coal plant in Alcudia would be closed down by 2025 at the latest under the new law.


Industry rejects new climate change plan

Industrial sector has complained about the amount of investment required.

Humphrey Carter

Son Espases Hospital parking entrance.


More free parking for Son Espases staff

Additional free parking at Son Espases hospital to be built.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The investigation is still ongoing and further arrests are not being ruled out.


Thirteen arrested in National Police raid on Son Gotleu

Over 100 armed police officers were involved in the evening raid against drugs and illegal immigration.

Humphrey Carter

The Llar de la Gent Gran building in Andratx.


Senior citizens boycott centre over the lack of central heating

The centre is far too cold and people are staying away.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


Expat Brits

“Just because you move abroad you shouldn't lose your rights...”

Jason Moore

Holiday / Lifestyle

Letters to the editor

Letters to the Editor

A reader gives his views regarding no diesel and petrol cars in the Balearics in the future. 

Edition of 17 February 2018