News of the day 2 May 2020
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Good Morning from Majorca

Temperatures are on the rise in Majorca. Today Palma's port registered 27.0ºC and it could continue climbing!

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter


Balearics hotels at knockdown prices for investment funds

Majorca's hotels are highly attractive to investment funds, and prices could now make them even more so.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Adults can run, cycle and play sports for the first time since the coronavirus lockdown began.


Super Saturday

For the first time in nearly 50 days adults are allowed to go out for a walk or play sports in Majorca.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

'White Lines' will premiere on Netflix on May 15.


Audiovisual Sector key to economic recovery

The Audiovisual Sector will be key to economic recovery in Majorca according to the Consell.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter


Government worker pay increases up in the air

Extraordinary expenditure more or less equates to the cost of public sector salary increases.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter


Resurfacing work on Palma's Avenidas starts on Monday

The resurfacing will take a couple of weeks.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Thousands may lose their jobs at Ryanair.


Ryanair says 3,000 staff could lose their jobs

Ryanair says 3,000 staff may lose their jobs over the next two years because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter


Phases and schedules: the week in Majorca

A zero de-escalation phase and three numbered phases; the day was divided up by age; and will German tourists be coming in late June or not?

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Holiday rentals

Tourism crisis provokes new holiday rentals scams

Holiday villas in Majorca are being offered at amazing prices by scammers.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Three times more coronavirus patients discharged than infected.


Three times more discharges than infections

Increasing number of Covid-19 patients being discharged from hospital.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

276 coronavirus deaths confirmed in Spain on Saturday.


Covid-19 Death Toll continues to decrease

The Ministry of Health confirmed 276 coronavirus deaths in Spain on Saturday.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Stuck With U Instrumental, Ariana Grande & Justin Bieber


Ariana Grande & Justin Bieber song for Covid-19

“Stuck With U” will be released next week and all proceeds go to the families of Healthcare Professionals affected by coronavirus.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Pedro Sánchez, Prime Minister of Spain.


Masks are mandatory on public transport from Monday

Masks are mandatory on public transport in Spain from Monday, May 4.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

State of alarm

“Sanchez has acted alone; his phase-out plan is not going to work”

Interview with the Partido Popular MEP for the Balearics, Rosa Estaras.

Humphrey Carter

News / Comment


The challenge

“One battle has been fought, now we must fight get the economy moving...”

Jason Moore

Holiday / Lifestyle
Musicians performing on the streets

Northern Spotlight

Spotlight North

Find out what has been happening up north this week.

Andrew Ede

Chef Emm Miller

Majorca Mallorca

Who doesn’t love a muffin top?

Try these tasty recipes by Emm Millar.

Vicki McLeod

Tractoring in Mallorca

The Good Life

Tractoring in Majorca

A few weeks ago, I spent a happy hour pulling trees out with a tractor and wouldn’t you know it, ‘tractoring’ is immensely good fun.

Caroline Fuller

Looking out from the Bishop1 Hide.

Wild Majorca

Behind the scenes with a birdwatching pioneer of Majorca – Part One

This two part special article is a behind the scenes look at the Albufera and the dedicated people that put their hearts into giving us all the memories and pleasures of the Albufera.

Neville James Davies

We can finally leave our homes and for one hour go running!

My Column


I was confused about the one km radius edict. Did that mean that I’d have to run around in circles for one hour?

Anna Nicholas

Edition of 2 May 2020