News of the day 5 June 2019
News / Latest headlines
Work going on in Fornalutx.


Six luxury homes for Fornalutx

Land for building in Fornalutx is scarce, and this project is one of the most significant for many years.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter


British tourist survives fall with only a broken ankle

The 19-year-old fell from a building on Punta Ballena in Magalluf.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Palma, behind only Barcelona for cruise-ship contaminants.


Palma second worst for cruise-ship pollution

The European Federation for Transport and Environment has analysed pollution levels at European ports.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Arca saying no to graffiti vandalism.


Specific responsibility needed for tackling Palma graffiti

Heritage association Arca wants a proper plan for dealing with graffiti rapidly.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


Cruise tourism

Far greater planning is needed when it comes to cruise ships.

Jason Moore

Holiday / Lifestyle
Apricots from Porreres.


Apricot crop badly hit by the weather

The bulk of Majorca’s harvest comes from the Porreres area and last year growers started selling their apricots with an identification tag indicating they were exclusively from that part of the island.

Andrew Valente

Sport / Real Mallorca
Sastre, Rodríguez and Suárez celebrate Mallorca's goal.


Mallorca secure playoff spot

Real Mallorca 1 - Granada 1.

Monro Bryce

Edition of 5 June 2019