News of the day 27 February 2020
News / Latest headlines


Good morning from Majorca

Winds are high in Majorca today but at least it's sunny.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Despite increases in average salaries, there is a great deal of low-paid work.


Balearics has the highest average salary increase in Spain

There was an 11.1% increase in average salary in the Balearics between 2014 and 2018.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Going electric: a challenge for the car-hire sector.

Car rental

Car-hire firms demanding more electric charging points

The Balearics association of vehicle-hire firms wants a delay to requirements for electric vehicles.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Palma town hall spokesperson, Alberto Jarabo.


Town hall will not back down on Palma pedestrianisation

"We are changing an old model based on planning public space that gave preference to cars."

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Mateu Orfila Hospital, Minorca


Three Balearic patients negative for coronavirus

3 Balearic patients suspected of having coronavirus have tested negative

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National Police Officers on Paseo Marítimo in Palma.


Couple brutally beaten in Palma

Driver brutally beats couple in Palma street.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Preventive information about coronavirus at Son Sant Joan airport.


Easter bookings stall amid coronavirus fears

Hotel bookings for Easter in Majorca have been paralysed by the spread of coronavirus in Europe.

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Yoga classes with dogs in Palma.

Animal Welfare

Downward Dog

Yoga classes for dogs in Palma.

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Opera singer Domingo


Placido Domingo cancels Madrid "La Traviata"

The opera singer was scheduled to sing as Giorgio Germont for five nights in May.


Protest in Palma


Small shopkeepers storm City Hall

Palma council however has said that has no intention of backing down.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The Lady Christl potatoes are picked in Sa Pobla and the first shipment to will be exported to the UK on Saturday.


Potato season starts early in Majorca

Climate change forces a rethink on Majorcan farms.

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Biel Company and Llevant Councillors at Cala Nau beach.


Storm Gloria has cost Majorcan hoteliers thousands

Storm Gloria costing Majorcan Hoteliers hundreds of thousands of euros in lost revenue.

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Two persons disguised as concentration camp prisoners


Spanish carnival troupe apologises over Holocaust-themed parade

It had not intended to cause insult and that the aim had been to honour victims "with maximum respect".


Majorca Daily Bulletin Canela Competition draw


Canela competition announced

Watch the video where we announce the winner.

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The fourth Ensaimada World Championship


Ten finalists for the Ensaimada World Championship

Competition will be this Sunday in Palma's Parc de la Mar.

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The government and the cruise industry are to negotiate criteria.

Cruise tourism

Ports authority agrees to Palma cruise ship regulations

From 2022, permission for cruise ship stopovers in Palma will no longer be automatic.

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Show that Pollensa contracted for carnival.


Pollensa council officials left red faced over “erotic show...”

It was contracted for the Puerto Pollensa carnival celebrations.

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The Kaiser Chiefs


Kaiser Chiefs join Mallorca Live line-up

Kaiser Chiefs join Mallorca Live lineup

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Checking patients for symptoms of fever.


Tenerife coronavirus suspects cleared for check out

Tenerife Hotel guest get the all clear to check out.

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News / Comment


In the dark

“There are some major issues regarding Brexit which need an explanation.”

Jason Moore


Formerly known as Prince

No one can deny it’s all gone pear shaped for Harry, formerly known as Prince.

Humphrey Carter

Words and more...

Did you know...

Do you know what the "gravy train" category is?

Andrew Valente

Holiday / Lifestyle
Easter funfair

What's On

What's on in Majorca on Thursday / Friday

Palma's funfair opens today at the industrial estate of Son Fusteret and will be here till after Easter. Opera screening in Marratxi this evening.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The entrecôte at La Bodeguita is a huge one

The Restaurant Review

The best steak meal in town

It turned out to be more of a bargain than I expected.

Andrew Valente

Sport / Other Sports
Rafa Nadal vs Miomir Kecmanovic


Majorca's Rafa Nadal moves on to quarter-finals in Acapulco

Next up for Nadal is Soonwoo Kwon.


Edition of 27 February 2020