News of the day 10 December 2019
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What's On

Events in Majorca on Saturday / Sunday

Fira Sant Tomàs at Sineu, Organ music in Alaro and the Jazz Voyeur Festival in Palma.

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The joint taksforce raided a number of bars in Palma


Four men arrested during bar raids in Palma

Police also sited several premises for noise and safety infractions.

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Punta Ballena, the infamous 'Strip' of Magalluf, Majorca


Sentenced to three years in prison for selling drugs in Magalluf

The defendant may be deported instead of serving time.

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The Two Popes | Official Trailer | Netflix

What's On

Where to go and What to see

Daily markets to visit and films to see in English.

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Trotting races at the Son Pardo racetrack in Palma

What's On

Events in Majorca on Tuesday / Wednesday

Dance performance at Manacor Auditorium, Ballet at the Ocimax in Palma and art exhibition by Nicholas Maray in Palma.

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Storm damage Inca


100 kilometre per hour winds batter the Balearics

There was widespread damage across the island.

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Drug and alcohol testing by the Guardia


Festive crackdown on drinking and driving

Alcohol and drugs are responsible for a third of all fatal road accidents in Spain.

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Mainly sunny with a few high clouds


Today's weather

Mainly sunny today with slightly lower temperatures.

Vendela Mannberg, centre, portrays Santa Lucia during this year's celebrations


Getting ready for Santa Lucia in Palma

Santa Lucia special in Thursday' Bulletin.

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EMT bus services in Palma, Majorca


Big changes are underway to improve bus services in Palma

Improvements to public transport continues with 6 new bus lines for Palma.

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Plaza del Mercat in central Palma is being pedestrianized


Chaos in central Palma as Plaza del Mercat closes to traffic

To improve access to the La Rambla car park entrance and keep public transport moving, the existing Bus-ACIRE lane between La Rambla and the Costa de la Sang has been extended.

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Four subsidiaries were given 4 months to renegotiate their debt


Creditors call for Thomas Cook subsidiaries to be forced into bankruptcy

It will now be up to the Commercial Court to decide the outcome.

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The rare ferreret toad


Barcelona Zoo to release 88 rare toads in Tramuntana mountains

This tiny toad is essential for maintaining the ecological balance of ecosystems.

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News / Comment


Changing times

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Edition of 10 December 2019