News of the day 6 January 2020
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The Mallorca Files


Film Office support for The Mallorca Files

There is consensus that Palma as a filming location should offer “general benefits” for local businesses and those working in the audiovisual sector.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Cloudy today but hopefully no rain


Good morning from Majorca

A cloudy start to the day across the island.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The Three Kings' Parade in Palma


The Three Kings' Cavalcade fills Palma with illusion

An estimated 100,000 people followed the colourful parade.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Sant Jordi is the traditional day for giving books


Bookstores in Palma had a bumper Christmas

The bookstores of Palma are the perfect thermometer of the economic situation that small businesses go through.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Three Kings Race


Three Kings Childrens' race

The Mayor of Palma, José Hila, joined parents at the event and encouraged the children to do their best.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Colom and his family


Majorcan family evacuated from Australian home

The fires have devastated more than five million hectares of land in the southeast of Australia since last September.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Russian man performs acrobatics at Palma club


Russian spiderman stuns Palma

Revellers got more than they bargained for.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Some of the drugs seized by the National Police


Two people arrested for alleged drug trafficking in Palma

National Police Officers say they found medication tablets, scales, wrappers and various tools.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Costa Smeralda in Palma


Cruise ship debate set to rage again this year

According to the shipping schedule for 2020 there’s only one day when seven cruise ships will be in Palma port at the same time, on average there will be between two and three cruise ships docking per day.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment
President of the United States, Donald Trump

My Column by Anna Nicholas

Welcome to the roaring twenties

The mounting row between the United States and Iran is concerning.

Anna Nicholas


Spanish politics

Pedro Sanchez has been forced to dig very deep and some could argue that he is paying a high price for being Prime Minister.

Jason Moore

Holiday / Lifestyle

Empty Flights

Letter to the Editor

A reader gives a first-hand insight to whether Majorca needs more flights.

Richard Chew


Letter to the Editor

A reader responds to Frank Leavers.

Richard Pearson

Sport / Real Mallorca
Granada CF - RCD Mallorca

La Liga Football

New Year, new defeat as Mallorca lose 1-0

It was good to see a game where VAR was rarely used, although Abdon Prats was in with a shout near the end in what looked like a clear penalty, but the referee didn’t want to know.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Edition of 5 January 2020