News of the day 6 July 2018
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Crisis talks in Calvia over falls from hotels

Two Britons have already died in balcony falls this summer and another is in a serious condition in hospital.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter



Ryanair cabin crew to strike in late July, Balearics will be hit

Cabin crew is not ruling out further industrial action and is calling on pilots to join them.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter



Palma hair salon was being used as drug den, two people arrested

The National Police have arrested two men aged 26 and 36 on charge of peddling drugs from a hair salon in Can Pastilla.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Terrace in Palma.


50% of terraces inspected this summer have been fined

Fines ranged from 100 to 3,000 euros for the most serious infractions and a total of 230 establishments were denounced.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter



Anger over state of es Trenc Natural Park

The ecological group Terraferida and resident associations in Sa Rapita and ses Covetes have complained to Campos Council and the local government about the lack of services on the beach which is in a terrible condition and is covered in litter and rubbish left by beach goers.

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Edition of 6 July 2018