News of the day 24 July 2019
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Office in s'Excorxador

Town halls

Month's delay for Palma registration appointments

The town hall attributes the delays to staff being on holiday and the high number of appointments.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Sant Jaume in Manacor


Good morning to you!

Manacor holds its parade with "mulassa" (the mule) for its Sant Jaume fiestas.

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Protesters infront of Marivent Palace.


Protests to be held against the Royal Family

The group declared its rejection of the monarchy and opposition to the royal family coming to the island in summer.

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General view of Porto Cristo


Residents speak about Porto Cristo "independence"

Residents want "independence" from the town hall.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter


Woman in critical condition after Arenal blaze

The fire broke out just after 7am on Wednesday morning.

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Cruise ships in Majorca


Protest in support of cruise ships

The protest came after 10,000 people signed a petition calling for the government to ban the mega cruise ships.

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Authorities at the office in Punta Ballena


Guardia Civil arrive in Punta Ballena

The move has been welcomed by the local business community amd tourists.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Pollensa Music Festival


London Philharmonic at Pollensa festival

There are nine concerts programmed for August.

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Weather in Majorca


Majorca continues on yellow alert

The hot weather is expected to continue throughout the week.

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May bids her farewell

Theresa May wished Boris Johnson and his government well.

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Boris Johnson: "It's time to act"

Spain's Pedro Sánchez has tweeted his congratulations to the new UK prime minister.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


Top job for Boris

“Johnson needs to deliver and fast, otherwise, his honeymoon won´t last.”

Jason Moore

Holiday / Lifestyle
Coca de Patata from Valldemossa


The basic sponge was so versatile

In Spanish cooking alone, this original sponge, called ‘bizcocho’, eventually led to many variations on the theme all over the country.

Andrew Valente

Edition of 24 July 2019