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3-year-old son threw Rolex Date watch out of the window in the vicinity of Carrer del 31 de Desembre in Palma.
EMT says night and weekend workshop shifts are a sticking point.
The new bank will have around 6,600 branches and 51,000 employees.
No population screenings planned in Arquitecte Bennàssar.
The Palma City Council has recorded nearly 1,000 illegal parties so far this year and 365 sanctions were issued in June, July and August alone.
Calvia has approved 921 applications for financial support to cover back to school expenses.
The UN World Tourism Organization wants coordination in order to avoid travel chaos.
Savvy investors are snapping up the best premises in the city and most of them are local people.
The Week in Tourism
The Italian government had a plan: the “bono vacanze”, a holiday bonus.
Some people are not sure whether their business is in a lockdown zone or not.
11 of the outbreaks were social or family related, 5 were work related, 3 were in Nursing Homes, 2 were a mixture of work and family and 1 was at a hospital.
It was reported last week that there would be twelve of these express lines.
Two men have been arrested for robbery with violence and for passing themselves off as police.
Business and unions are against the government's sectoral approach.
The restrictions and community actions are bringing the number of cases down.
"Small crowds outside schools are not good."
“Full marks to the thousands of people employed by the tourist industry...”
Boris Johnson’s “rule of six” could work in Majorca’s favour if we get moving.
The ideology determines the expression of indignation, which was also an assertion of Spain’s nationhood.
These achingly cool places know that they can’t, nor want to compete with the fast-food big-boys, yet are quite willing to charge a small fortune for a bowl of coloured rice, a tasty floret of kale and one sprig of coriander - yum yum!
Save The Med
Save The Med adapt their Dos Manos School Programme to the pandemic.
This pandemic started with a PR disaster of epic proportions for the cruise industry: Diamond Princess.