THE Balearic Traffic Department yesterday organised a puppet show for pupils from the Son Veri, S'Algar and San Vicente Paul schools. The aim of the shows was to teach the children about road safety. These puppet shows were held at the S'Arenal sports centre rom 9.30am to 1pm.
THE deputy mayor of Calvia, Isidre Cañellas, yesterday asked the restuarant sector in Calvia to start using a system of quality Q standards. His aim is to increase clientale satisfaction and loyalty. In order to entice the bar, cafe and restaurant owners, Cañellas said that participation in the Q standards for the first few years will be free of charge.
THE Binissalem town council have sent a letter to the Balearic Sewerage Institute (Ibasan), which is a branch of the Ministry for the Environment, asking them to come up with some urgent solutions for the current sewage problems. This letter has been sent as some the sewage lakes in the areas are currently being contaminated. The town council wants this situation to be improved immediately. They also want an emergency sewage lake to be set-up, where the uncontrolled water bypass will be closed so that residual water can arrive at the emergency lake. Once these urgent remedies are taken, the town council will then ask for a study to be carried out on extending the current sewage plant, as well as a meeting with the Head of Water Resources.
T HE Minister for Health and Consumer Affairs, Aina Castillo, and the Mayor of Ses Salines, Sebastiá Vidal, yesterday signed an agreement to start up the Consumer rights for you programme. This is the second such agreement on the island, with the Llubi town council first setting the wheels in motion when it agreed to carry these functions out last week. Indeed, the aim of the Government is to extend this programme all over the island. For this case, both administrations will work together to improve the flexibilty and efficiency of the services that consumers use currently at the General Department for Consumer Affairs in Palma. With this aim in mind the council will receive and send on any consumer complaints and suggestions, with these being passed on to the Palma department. This will make it easier for residents as it will only mean a trip to their local town hall. A further aim of this programme is to give residents more consumer information through meetings and conferences which will be organised be both parties.
THE body of a 57 year old Norwegian woman, Hikka M.T., was found yesterday morning in her home in Puigpunyent, Cami de Ses Veles. The local police alerted the Guardia Civil of this situation at around 10.30 am yesterday. The police said that the lady must have died days ago, but as of yet, the causes for the death are unknown.
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