News of the day 14 March 2016
News / Latest headlines
Brexit would be a "disaster" for tourism warns ABTA

EU referendum

Brexit would be a "disaster" for tourism warns ABTA

"Our assessment of the report’s findings is that a vote to leave will lead to uncertainties and may lead to increased costs for travel businesses and the travelling public."

Humphrey Carter

Some of the UK’s most wanted men thought to be at large in Spain.


Guardia arrested 275 Britons between 2012 and 2015

Most of those who had fled British justice were in the Balearics, Canaries or on the east coast of the mainland (Alicante area) and on the south coast, especially on the Costa del Sol.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

Tourists going to have to pay the tax.

Tourist tax

Tourist tax to be approved despite differences

“It won’t be the tax that PSOE and Més had planned but nor will it be the one that Podemos had planned, but the tax will be supported.”

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The stolen items.


Palma robbery gang members arrested

Those detained are all aged between 16 and 20, are of different nationalities and have previous convictions for property crime.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


Battling expats

“Expat power is alive and well in our battle for the European Union vote ...”

Jason Moore

Sport / Real Mallorca
Coach Fernando Vazquez is searching for a winning solution.

Real Mallorca

Humiliation on the Costa Brava

Real Mallorca shamed their travelling fans with probably one of their worst away performances for ages, going down 3-0 to second bottom Llagostera.

Monro Bryce

Edition of 13 March 2016