News of the day 25 March 2019
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Palma protesters. The legislation and zoning don't seem to have made much difference to rented accommodation availability.

Holiday rentals

Holiday rentals properties have decreased 20%

The decreases in different municipalities have left Pollensa way ahead of others in terms of the number of properties.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Buses that were running were full up.

Industrial relations

Palma bus strike gets 100% support

More stoppages are planned for Wednesday and Friday.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Graffiti in Cala Figuera.


Cala Figuera military base covered by graffiti

The old base has been abandoned by the military.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Reservoir capacity is currently just below 60%.


Reservoir water consumption highest since 2010

Little desalinated water was needed last year. The demand may be different this year.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Calum Heaslip.


There's a rattle and hum shaking Santa Ponsa

Profile of flourishing Irish/Spanish singer-songwriter Calum Heaslip on the eve of his new single.

Humphrey Carter

Rem Kingston, missing since last Friday.


Sister calls for help in finding missing Briton

The search for Rem Kingston has switched to land after a sea search drew a blank.

Humphrey Carter

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