News of the day 13 December 2019
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A whole range of irresistible, mouth-watering delicacies like nougat, pastries, sweets, marzipans and jams on offer.


Festive arts and crafts fair open in Palma

Opening hours are 11am to 1.30pm and 5.30pm to 8pm on weekdays and 10.30am until 2pm on Saturdays.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

JUMANJI: THE NEXT LEVEL - Official Trailer (HD)

What's On

Where to go and What to see

Daily markets to visit and films to see in English. This weekend's new film release is Jumanji: The Next Level.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Euphonium Concerto (Karl Jenkins) - 1 mov

What's On

Events in Majorca on Friday / Saturday

Palma Band of Music perform with Raul Sabiote in Palma, Queen Forever are on at the Auditorium in Palma and there is a Christmas concert on at the music school in Soller.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

A sunny but windy day for Majorca


Good morning from Majorca

Mainly cloudy but very windy and highs of 20º.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Britain's general election 2019


Reality check for Johnson's Brexit it's just the beginning

Johnson should now be able to secure parliamentary approval for the withdrawal deal he struck with the European Union in October so that Brexit happens on Jan. 31.


Three extra staff members to deal solely with Britons


Special unit to help British Expatriates register before Jan. 31 deadline

Three extra civil servants being parachuted in to the Palma immigration centre to exclusively handle Britons wishing to register before Brexit.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

National Police officers commemerate José Mota Barea


Eleven years demanded for causing the death of a police officer

Police officer, José Mota Barea received a police merit medal for his actions at Son Espasses hospital.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Palma cathedral, La Seu, lit up at night


Companies call for LED lights at Palma Cathedral to be removed

The current lighting system is claimed to be “obsolete and wastes a lot of energy".

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Dennis Oppenheim at a 2003 exhibition of his works at the Sa Nostra cultural centre


Council restores Dennis Oppenheim's 'Device root out evil' sculpture

Dennis Oppenheim's upside down church outside Es Baluard is a copy of the original which he created for the Venice Biennale Art Exhibition in 1997.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Extra staff have been brought in to help the British sort out their paperwork


Thirty working days to register for residency to avoid Brexit fallout

Brits have just 30 working days to file for their Resident’s Card, because of the Christmas and Three Kings holiday celebrations in the UK and Spain.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


Legal Brits

“I find it quite amazing that there are so many Britons who were not legal...”

Jason Moore

Frank Talking

Let's talk about television - Is it time for 'Strictly' to call it a day?

As I am not a particular fan of formulaic quizzes, or excruciatingly dull regional news programmes - there’s not much left to watch before 9pm local time is there?

Frank Leavers

Holiday / Lifestyle
Bea Johnson - Zero Waste Event.

Nautical Notes

Join Save The Meds’ new campaigns!

By downloading the Zero Waste Guide via we hope that you will more easily find alternatives to single-use plastic.

Save the Med Foundation

Edition of 13 December 2019