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CCOO in Lumsa.

And not cleaning Alcudia?

CCOO union accuses the municipal services agency Lumsa of “flagrant and unacceptable” breaches of contract conditions.

The Bay of Pollensa.

Cleaning up Puerto Pollensa

The beaches are completely usable from a bathing point of view and, in general, the water is in line with health parameters required by the regulations.

The Week in Tourism

Tourists arriving at Palma airport in August.

What is a safe air corridor?

Our columnist Andrew Ede asks "Well, what is it exactly?". Also what is happening to Air Europa and when will people start going on holiday again!

Enjoying Majorca

Ricardo Sicre out at sea.

Mallorca: A nest of spies

Almost to this day 27 years ago, Ricardo Sicre Cerdá, aka Richard Stickler, died at his home in Palma. Originally from Barcelona, he was a republican who fled Spain.

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Mobility confusion

"A list has now been published of 190 roads that won't be 30 kph; they will either be 40 or 50..."

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Wave after Wave

Maria Antònia Font and Javier Arranz have spoken about a third wave. They are predicting nothing, but if there is a third wave, it will be linked to Christmas.

The Week in Tourism

Tourists in Palma during the Easter break.

Hoping for Easter

Much has obviously happened since early April, and it unfortunately hasn’t been very encouraging.

The Blog

A hotel in El Arenal.

Premium Majorca: What lies behind

There is far more wealth broadly spread as a consequence of tourism, but will a transformational model predicated on luxury or premium bring about an improved balance to society?

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Being Proactive

Other regions are providing voucher incentives for their domestic markets, but the Balearics haven't come up with any notable initiatives.

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Rebel regions

Some regional governments opposed to tighter coronavirus restrictions for municipalities with more than 100,000 people.

Fairs and fiestas

The fiestas of Sant Miquel in Calonge with the dances of the archangels and the demon.

How to create a tradition

During the next few weeks we will bring you a series of articles regarding fiestas and traditions that haved occured during September and how they came to be in different villages in Majorca.

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The Digital Illusion

Calvia town hall's emergency plan for the municipality's retailers is to apparently include a means by which businesses will be able to sell online.

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Thank you for your support

The Bulletin has produced a special supplement, underlining the joys of Majorca, which will be distributed iun homes across Britain. This is our way of saying thank you for all your support over the years. It is the first time that a Bulletin supplement has been distributed across the British Isles.

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Would you pay for a PCR test to come on holiday to Mallorca?

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What's On this week on Mallorca

Please note that due to the curfew (lockdown) in the Balearics, some events may be subject to alteration or cancellation.

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Pork belly perfection

Now that Christmas is approaching is a good time to present another easy and flavourful recipe to enjoy with family and friends.

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Sports

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Brian snoozing

Cute Pets of Mallorca

Find out from Joachim Sommer why we need to be a bit careful when playing with our dogs, Cooper has been to the beach again but where gets 4 out of 5? We introduce three cute pets and have loving words in memory of Louie the Great.

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Letters to the Editor

A reader thanks the Balearic Government for their help regarding Brexit and another reader is trying to communicate with the Track and Trace people but is not getting any anywhere!

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Changing travel habits

"The lockdowns have given time for people to reflect on life and travel may change.."