News of the day 20 February 2018
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Isabel Vidal and Patricia Lliteras, secretary and manager of the Playa de Palma hoteliers association. In the background, the peculiar street lighting on top of the columns.


More complaints about the state of Playa de Palma

The private sector has spent over 1,000 million euros on modernisation, but the public sector has failed to keep promises that were made.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The driver was tested as part of a campaign checking on school buses.


School bus driver tests positive for drugs

The driver has emphatically denied ever having taken drugs.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Charly Bosch at the Loryc premises on the Son Bugadelles industrial estate.


The revived Loryc gives its name to sustainable transport

The electric Loryc revives the name of a Majorca motor manufacturer which existed for only a short time in the 1920s.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Calvia town hall has conducted a campaign to inform dog owners about a new bylaw.


Calvia satisfied with dog-owner information campaign

Twelve owners have been fined for breaches of the bylaw - three of them for not having a bag to pick up dog mess.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Terrace on the calle Blanquerna in Palma.


Palma demonstration today against terraces crackdown

"Neighbours, clients, businesspeople and the terraces; there is plenty of room for everyone and everything."

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment



There is little or no point holding another European Union referendum.

Jason Moore

Sport / Real Mallorca
Cedric Omoigui, who wasted a number of opportunities against Alcoyano.


Bonilla penalty keeps Mallorca ten points clear

Real Mallorca again put their fans through the emotional wringer before finally overcoming eighth-placed Alcoyano 1-0.

Monro Bryce

Edition of 20 February 2018