News of the day 11 February 2019
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The Alcudia-Toulon service was mainly responsible for the increase in passenger numbers.


Alcudia has highest growth among state ports

Alcudia's passenger numbers grew 32% in 2018. Palma had 17% growth.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Vocational training is rated more important by businesses than university degrees.


Shortage of skilled labour could undermine growth

Even sectors like carpentry and painting and decorating are struggling to find qualified workers.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Some of the graffiti has been there for quite some time.


Removal of Palma graffiti will wait until the summer

The removal of certain graffiti requires the go-ahead from heritage commissions.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Government ministers made the announcement of funding in October 2017.

Tourist tax

Loss of tourist tax revenue for railway project

Tourist tax revenue had been intended for the Son Carrió museum and working train.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Ottilie Quince


"Majorca is keeping me fit, healthy and alive..."

Interview with Ottilie Quince, captain of the Great Britain Transplant cycling team, who is now based in Puerto Pollensa.

Humphrey Carter

Sport / Real Mallorca
Mallorca's Pervis Estupiñán (right) against Albacete.


More away gloom as Mallorca lose 2-0

Real Mallorca once again showed their frailties away from home when they lost 2-0 at table-topping Albacete.

Monro Bryce

Edition of 10 February 2019