The Workers Front claimed that the fines were dished out for political reasons
This was the work of the so-called Workers Front
Local police carry out a noisy protest.
Font de Santa Margalida square.
False news and crowding of beaches, murky water in Puerto Pollensa, Justice of the Peace saga, messages from Can Picafort, health centre closed in Santa Margalida and What's on in the north are this week's news from the north of the island.
The general advice is that if dealings with town halls can be done electronically or by phone, then this is how they should be done
One of the most important of Majorca's fiesta occasions - the La Beata procession in Santa Margalida. At Vilafranca's fair it is the contest to find the biggest melon.
The plant would be between Can Picafort and Santa Margalida village.
The famous La Beata procession in Santa Margalida this Sunday; the town has its demons' correfoc on Friday. Sant Joan's demons are out and about in different guises on Tuesday and Wednesday. Santa Ponsa's Rei en Jaume Fiestas start on Thursday. Vilafranca's melon fair and fiestas, including Saturday's melon battle.
Owners will be obliged to register their dogs at a cost of around twenty euros.
"What they say is a lie. Suma do not understand that the government isn't allocating a euro to the necropolis."
The La Beata procession in Santa Margalida on Sunday, one of the fiesta highlights of the summer; demons and correfocs in Felanitx (Monday), Sant Joan (Tuesday), Santa Margalida (Friday), Vilafranca (Saturday). Santa Ponsa's Rei en Jaume fiestas start on Thursday. Vilafranca's melon fair and fest from Thursday, including the melon battle on Saturday afternoon. Puerto Pollensa's Bye Bye Summer evening on Friday.
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The town was now "not in favour of anything nor against anything"