Police seized six bottles of ‘laughing gas’, nearly 500 balloons and 13 nozzles.
A 29-year-old Briton has been arrested.
The research provides the oldest direct evidence of drug use in Europe.
“While I am working with people be it online or in person from all walks of life, I am also offering a a support line for people in the music industry because there is not one."
This will be in addition to the current saliva test.
The National Police have arrested two men aged 26 and 36 on charge of peddling drugs from a hair salon in Can Pastilla.
There were eighteen arrests of illegal street sellers because of the sale of drugs.
The Guardia Cicvil, the National Police and the Palma Customs authority have arrested the suspected leader of a drug smuggling gang which was dedicated to shipping the narcotics to various points on the mainland Spain.
The Cursach affair was constantly in the news, the government was seeking a solution to illegal selling, the holiday rentals' legislation was debated in parliament, and there was yet another drugs operation.
Marijuana, cocaine, ecstasy, cannabis resin and heroin have all been incinerated.
Seven arrests were made yesterday in addition to fourteen from the previous operation.
"If the local police and National Police don't defend us, we will do it ourselves. We will not stand back and see the area destroyed."
When it comes to driving, the study reveals that three out of ten drivers who are tested for drugs are positive.
The gang is believed to have had a monopoly on drug distribution in the north of Majorca.
The latest operation in Magalluf was the sixth successful action by the Guardia Civil and National Police against drugs in the past six weeks.
Of accused who have appeared in court, two have been Guardia Civil officers.
There was yet more police action against drugs, more chaos courtesy of the French air traffic controllers, all-inclusives were making a "return", and politicians were caught up in the Palma police corruption affair.
The leave vote left many in Majorca stunned, the police were scoring victories against organised crime and the controversy of Puerto Pollensa's beaches managed to rumble on.
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