Etiqueta 'Supreme Court'

Coronavirus news

Celebrations in Mallorca on first night of freedom

The Balearic Government says it respects the Supreme Court ruling but recommends following its own rules.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter04/06/2021 09:53

Curfew in the Balearics

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Supreme Court annuls Mallorca curfew

The Supreme Court has also invalidated the limits on social gatherings (or as they currently are at any rate).

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter03/06/2021 13:37

Pedro Sánchez, Spanish Prime Minister & Isabel Daz Ayuso, President of the Community.


Madrid facing total lockdown

Pedro Sánchez will declare a State of Emergency in Madrid if Isabel Díaz Ayuso doesn't take action before 1200 on Friday.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter09/10/2020 08:08

Airbnb wins court case


Airbnb €300,000 fine annulled

The Balearics High Court has annulled the €300,000 fine imposed on Airbnb for advertising unregistered tourist apartments on its website.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter19/05/2020 08:28

Airbnb wins court case

Airbnb wins court case

Airbnb wins court case

Airbnb 18/05/2020

Healthcare Professionals at Hospital del Henares, Madrid.


Nurses take legal action against Sánchez & Illa

Nurses claim Spanish Prime Minister and Health Minister are responsible for deaths of Healthcare Professionals killed by Covid-19.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter23/04/2020 16:14

Healthcare Professionals at Hospital del Henares, Madrid.

Healthcare Professionals at Hospital del Henares, Madrid.

Healthcare Professionals at Hospital del Henares, Madrid.

EFE 20/04/2020


Boris has blown it

The PM took two major hits yesterday from the Supreme Court and the EU, so give up.

Humphrey Carter25/09/2019 10:22

Letters to the editor

The "Catalonia trial"

After a week of the controversial so-called “Catalonia trial”.

20/02/2019 09:55

Majorca's taxi drivers have been part of protests against Uber.


Madrid taking measures to control Uber licences

Licences could soon become available. It is reckoned there could be as many as a thousand in the Balearics.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter01/09/2017 00:00

Iñaki Urdangarin. The prosecution service wants his sentence to be increased.

Nóos trial

Urdangarin seeking acquittal by the Supreme Court

Urdangarin maintains that his sentence was based on "illogical and absurd grounds".

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter01/08/2017 00:00

Lemon Factory announced in October that they would appeal the Balearic court ruling.


Supreme Court admits Pep Lemon appeal against Pepsi ruling

Lemon Factory is hopeful that the Supreme Court will now overturn the Balearic court decision.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter31/12/2016 00:00

During the "reclaim" walk of October 2009.

Northern News Spotlight

Ternelles walk case to return to court

Pollensa town hall is embarking on what may prove to be the last possibility it has to have the principle of access established.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter15/10/2015 00:00