News of the day 2 October 2019
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MSC Divina

What's On

Where to go and What to see

Cruise ships in port, markets and films to see in English.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Mercury Rising at Son Amar

What's On

What's on in Majorca on Wednesday / Thursday

Artisan market and tapas in Sa Pobla, Mercury Rising at Son Amar today and many free musical events in Palma tomorrow.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

There is high demand for rental property in Palma


Large division in public opinion on rentals

88% of those surveyed believe that government measures in respect of housing are inadequate.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The port of Palma


Pollution sensors in all Balearics state ports

There are now 25 sensor stations in all.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

A patera that landed in Formentera.


Over 300 illegal immigrants since August

The delegate stressed that this form of illegal immigration does not only affect the Balearics.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Weather map for today


Today's weather

Sunny intervals with scattered showers.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Arrest made at Playa de Palma


Over 400 summer arrests in Playa de Palma

The great majority of offences have occurred at night, many of them on the beach itself.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

More storms forecast


Weather warning for the north east of the island

Rain and storm warning for Majorca today.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Thomas Cook office at Palma Airport


Hoteliers were "deceived" by Thomas Cook

"The CEO told us when he visited Majorca in June that everything was sorted out and that we could relax."

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Megayacht Venus in Palma


Apple heirs' yacht of love

Steve Jobs passed away in October 2011 before her completion.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Building works


Thomas Cook collapse affecting hotel redevelopment

Hotelier associations are worried that some hotels might not recover from the losses incurred as a result of the Thomas Cook collapse.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Arran member attacks a rental car.


Thirty per cent support for anti-tourism actions

Twenty-seven per cent of respondents reckoned that cruise ships were responsible for "massification".

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


The end of the season

“It was always going to be a bad summer season and then Thomas Cook.”

Jason Moore


Ban bankruptcy bonuses - Is your insurance invalid?

Every week Frank Leavers our man with the dirty Mac and half empty glass of inexpensive vino is looking at what lies just below the sophisticated gloss of island life.

Frank Leavers

Joan Miguel Matorell

Out and About

Nit de l’Art

There were also highly inventive games and puzzles for the children, all constructed by the same craftsman.

Peter Clover


Letter to the Editor

A reader writes about tourism.

Peter Barrington

Edition of 2 October 2019