News of the day 12 September 2020
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Mondragó Natural Park, Majorca.

Weather

Good Morning from Majorca

It's a gorgeous sunny day in Majorca with moderate winds in some places. To view the weather across the island from our webcams, click here.

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Police enforce curfew in Son Gotleu, Palma.

Health

Police patrol 'Covid Hot Zones'

Local residents are free to move around within their neighbourhood, but are advised not to go out unless it’s absolutely necessary.

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EMT threatening to strike indefinitely.

Transport

EMT called to negotiating table

EMT workers took partial strike action on September 7, 9 and 11 and an indefinite walk out is scheduled to begin at 00.00 on September 14.

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Rafa Nadal onboard 'Beethoven' yacht.

Entertainment

Bye Bye 'Beethoven'

The ‘Beethoven’ can accommodate 8 people, has bang up-to-date technology and is operational with just two crew members.

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Migrant boat that landed in Conillera near Mallorca.

Police

Fifteen migrants detained after landing in Conillera

Conillera is an island in the Cabrera archipelago.

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Parents complain as children separated into two classes.

Education

Parents complain about class separation

The School says the class had to be split to meet the 20 pupils per classroom ratio.

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Princess Leonor & King Felipe VI.

Health

Spanish Princess quarantined

Spain's Princess of Asturias attends Santa María de los Rosales School in the Aravaca district of Madrid.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Palma Son Sant Joan Airport

Air travel

Palma Airport topped 1.2 million passengers in August

The second highest number of passengers, but the fall was 71%.

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Mallorca 312 cycling

Cycling

Mallorca 312 cycling event is called off

The organisers' statement contains some implied criticism.

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Balearic health minister, Patricia Gómez.

Majorca

Patricia's playgrounds: the week in Majorca

There was scratching of heads at the decision to close playgrounds; an area of Palma was isolated; and there was a "cold drop".

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Son Llàtzer Hospital, Palma, Mallorca

Coronavirus

Son Llàtzer ward closed after positive tests

Staff and patients on the ward have tested positive.

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Anti-Spanish government protest in Mallorca

Politics

Palma protest against Sánchez government

The National Police estimated that around 500 people took part in the protest.

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News / Comment

Viewpoint

Small businesses

“The government should be offering tax breaks for local businesses...”

Jason Moore

Viewpoint

Electric mobility threat

We seem to have given up walking, now it’s electric bicycles.

Humphrey Carter

Edition of 12 September 2020
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