News of the day 3 August 2019
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Tourists arrested at Palma airport


Tourists attack police officer at the airport

Two Swiss tourists were arrested after an altercation at Palma airport.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Spanish Royal Family in Majorca

Royal Family

Royal photo shoot on Sunday evening

The Royal Family's schedule in Majorca has been confirmed.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Tourists in Playa de Palma


Foreign tourism falls over two per cent

The government recognises the drop and attributes it to the recovery of competitor destinations.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Village People


What's On today

Three cruise ships are scheduled in port today. Summer fiestas are in full swing. Plenty of markets to visit and film times have been update today.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The Royal Family at Swan Lake

Royal Family

Royal Family go to see 'Swan Lake'

The Queen Mother took Letizia and her granddaughters to see 'Swan Lake'.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

NGO Open Arms rescue boat

Refugee crisis

124 people rescued in Mediterranean

Charity rescue boat denied disembarkation in Italy.


Sadiq Khan


The Mayor of London talks to the Bulletin

Exclusive interview with Mayor of London Sadiq Khan being published tomorrow.

Humphrey Carter

Sadiq Khan, who was speaking in Palma on Saturday.


"I fear for the rest of the country; no-deal Brexit is no good"

Sadiq Khan voices his concerns about Brexit and the extent to which other policies have been neglected.

Humphrey Carter

Tony Hadley, who will be performing in Port Adriano on Friday.


"I love singing the legacy songs, they bring back so many memories"

Tony Hadley, who is performing in Majorca this week, on his solo career, Spandau Ballet and beer.

Humphrey Carter

News / Comment


England’s big battle

Boris’ rugby skills may not be up to scratch, England need to be watching Argentina.

Humphrey Carter

Holiday / Lifestyle
RAF called to Whaley Bridge dam


My Column

Anna talks about tourists, the environment and getting back to life here on the island.

Anna Nicholas

Edition of 3 August 2019