News of the day 21 March 2020
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Weather

Good Morning from Majorca

It's cloudy, wet and windy in Majorca.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Police

Palma shop used for the sale of drugs

The shop's main line of business was the sale of drugs.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Coronavirus

Government wants the army to disinfect airports and ports

The government also wants a suspension of taxes at ports and airports.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Alcudia market is still taking place....at the moment

Northern Spotlight

Water Plan

The general advice is that if dealings with town halls can be done electronically or by phone, then this is how they should be done

Andrew Ede

Police checkpoints in Majorca.

News

'Operation Cage'

The Guardia Civil sets up checkpoints on Majorcan roads to uphold coronavirus lockdown.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The Council of Majorca had planned to go to Berlin at the start of next month

The Week in Tourism

Employment rise, but then ...

All very encouraging, therefore. But that was February; this is March.

Andrew Ede

Palma Court building in Avenida Alemania.

News

Arrests for breaking Palma coronavirus lockdown

Several people arrested for breaking the coronavirus lockdown regulations in Palma.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

HMA Hugh Elliott

Coronavirus

A coronavirus update from the British Embassy

We advise British tourists in Spain who wish to return to the UK to make travel plans to do so as soon as possible.

British Embassy

Nautical

Raising My Nirvana in Puerto Portals

The yacht sank after being devastated by fire.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Son Llàtzer Hospital in Palma.

News

246 cases of Covid-19 in the Balearic Islands

There are now 246 cases of coronavirus in the Balearic Islands.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Army disinfection teams

News

Spain 3rd highest for Covid-19 cases worldwide

Spain has third largest number of coronavirus patients in the world.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Members of the Military Emergency Unit (UME) disinfect Madrid Puerta del Sol metro to fight coronavirus.

News

Coronavirus deaths soar in Spain

Coronavirus death toll soars in Spain

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Property

"We build homes, not just houses"

Interview with Kevin Stevens, developer of luxury villas and suitable housing for the elderly.

Humphrey Carter

British woman refused entry to Majorca.

News

British woman refused entry over Covid-19 restrictions

British woman refused entry to Majorca for ignoring coronavirus restrictions.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Son Espases Hospital, Palma.

News

2 more coronavirus deaths in Majorca

2 more fatalities from Covid-19 in Majorca.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

State of Emergency Wedding in Cala Rajada.

News

Virtual vows!

Virtually married in Majorca.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Coronavirus

Sánchez: There are tough days ahead

The prime minister called on the Spanish people to "prepare emotionally" for the end of this coming week.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment

Viewpoint

Changing times

“British citizens will have to exchange their residence documents...”

Jason Moore

Viewpoint

Trying to bury bad news

The Spanish royals tried but failed to slip its latest scandal under the virus radar.

Humphrey Carter

Holiday / Lifestyle
Nick Mead

Humans of Majorca

Humans of Majorca has a chat with Nick Mead

His life is in LA now but we both remember many stories of our early days Majorca and the Luke Rhinehart connection.

Shirley Roberts

Madrid City Council displays 2 flags to thank citizens

My Column

Comrades in arms

I have been impressed by the plucky spirit of the expats on Majorca and the social media community as a whole.

Anna Nicholas

Glossy Ibis

Wild Majorca

Glossy’s and Barbary’s

It had been a great build up to seeing the Ibis, as earlier on I had been watching a pair of Stone Curlew moving around in the short grass of a small field adjacent to the platform.

Neville James-Davies

Edition of 21 March 2020
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