News of the day 9 November 2019
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Sa Calobra

Environment

Escorca hopes to build a hostel in Sa Calobra

A complete environmental impact assessment for the hostel and other developments being considered by the town hall would be the first stage in this process.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Thomas Cook employees protest outside the Palma office

Business

Most Thomas Cook employees have received government money

The minister added that the other 54 requests contained errors that the employment service is currently correcting.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

EMT bus in Palma

Industrial Action

December industrial action planned by Palma bus drivers

There are planned strikes on 6 days in December and then an indefinite strike from New Year’s Day is then scheduled.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Filming in Mallorca

Entertainment

Majorca creating stronger ties with US filmmakers

Filming for cinema and television is calculated to have an economic value to Spain of almost 650 million euros per annum.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Aidasol

What's On

Where to go and What to see

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

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Autumn Fair in Muro

What's On

Events in Majorca on Saturday / Sunday

Autumn fairs in Es Capdella, Muro and Pollensa.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Protest in Palma

Environment

Balearic government declares climate emergency

The vice-president observed that the situation is particularly serious.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Storms expected

Weather

Today's weather

Cloudy with storms expected.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

What's On

Events in Majorca on Sunday / Monday

Pollensa's fair and Inca's fiestas for Santa Maria la Major.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment

Comment

Recession alert issued

The rumour has been rumbling but now it appears to be official, a recession is coming.

Humphrey Carter

Holiday / Lifestyle
Sardinian Warbler

Wild Majorca

Hanging on in there

There are still some good pockets of sunshine to be had, so some species take advantage of this to fulfil their breeding and life cycles.

Neville James-Davies

Edition of 9 November 2019
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