Humphrey Carter
Humphrey Carter


Deputy Editor

Oxford-born Humphrey Carter joined the Bulletin in 1994 as a photographer, having studied photography, film and psychology in the UK. After having travelled the world and worked in many fields, within months of joining the Bulletin he secured exclusive access to Australia’s most wanted man in Mallorca and ran with the story for the following ten years for the local and international media. He was made Deputy Editor in 1997 and has been sent on numerous overseas assignments - he fronted the multi-media coverage of Real Mallorca’s European football campaign. His work has been featured on the front pages of newspapers and magazines around the world and is a regular commentator for leading international media outlets, in particular television and radio.

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Pets on the train in Mallorca, mind the ferret!

Reptiles, spiders or insects, as well as dogs on the list of potentially dangerous animals, will not be allowed.

Humphrey Carter 08/02/2024 13:11


Tighter European travel controls on the horizon

The decision may also include health-related travel restrictions such as testing, quarantine and self-isolation.

Humphrey Carter 08/02/2024 12:54

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January was the second warmest on record in Mallorca

Fine settled weather forecast to turn in the Balearics over the coming days.

Humphrey Carter 07/02/2024 14:58

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Man found floating in Mallorca waterway dies

The case is still open and no line of investigation has been ruled out.

Humphrey Carter 07/02/2024 14:45


Mallorca makes it easier for British arrivals

Holiday makers will not have to remove their liquids and electronics for scanning.

Humphrey Carter 07/02/2024 13:19


Anger over Spain air fare hikes

A rise of up to 20% in the price of tickets is predicted.

Humphrey Carter 06/02/2024 17:20

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Mallorca could face food shortages

Farmers in the Balearics may also join the protest.

Humphrey CarterReuters 06/02/2024 10:44

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After all the training in Mallorca, Britain picks women’s and youth America’s Cup squad

Ainslie's own team will be attempting to go head-to-head with holders New Zealand to win the world’s oldest sporting trophy.

Humphrey CarterReuters 05/02/2024 16:16

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Blaze rips through Mallorca flat, elderly woman rescued, pet dog killed

Most of the neighbours are said to have fled the building on their own accord.

Humphrey Carter 05/02/2024 14:44


British summer passport warning if flying to Mallorca

Since Brexit passports must be less than 10 years old on the day of arrival in the EU.

Humphrey Carter 05/02/2024 12:47

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Four years for British Magalluf rape suspect

43-yewar-old ordered to stay away from the victim for 15 years.

Humphrey Carter 05/02/2024 12:19