News of the day 29 March 2020
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Good morning from Majorca

Enjoy today's sunshine while it lasts because there's more rain on its way to Majorca!

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

No cruise ships in Palma at the moment.


Sulphur dioxide levels in Palma fall sharply

There is a general decrease in pollution caused by vehicles and ships.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The Hospital General in Palma.


Two deaths in the Balearics, as Spain suffers its worst day

In Spain as a whole, there have been another 838 deaths.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Car-hire fleets are off the road.


Thirty per cent of car-hire firms could go under

Companies are negotiating the return of vehicles with dealers and manufacturers.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Rafael Nadal was one of those who participated in the LaLigaSantander Fest.


Virtual concert raises funds for health equipment

Rafael Nadal, Sergio Ramos, David Bisbal were among those who took part.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Sunday's cabinet meeting with a limited number of ministers.

State of emergency

Cabinet approves suspension of non-essential work

"Containment measures are reducing the transmission of the virus, but we have to go one step further."

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The car was crashed after he drove off.


Arrested in Alcudia after driving off when stopped

No licence, no insurance, attacking officers ...

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


Boris Johnson

"Johnson should not be running Britain; he is not fit to do so at the moment and needs to handover to someone else..."

Jason Moore

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson


Person of the week

What a terrible crisis for any leader to have to confront.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Valentina Cepeda


Three cheers and a big boo

So often forgotten and so underpaid, cleaners - and the work they perform - have never been more crucial.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Son Reus municipal animal shelter

The week that was

Walking the dog

An advert had placed on Facebook - For two euros an hour, citizens of A Coruña were being offered several dogs that they could take for a walk.

Andrew Ede

Holiday / Lifestyle
The locked down dogs at Pooches Hotel


Adapt to Survive

Majorca has a network of small and medium sized businesses who continue to operate. Not just because they do not want to lose custom, but because they have an obligation in many cases to carry on for their clients who need them.

Vicki McLeod

Edition of 29 March 2020