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Humphrey Carter
Humphrey Carter

Viewpoint

Deputy Editor

Oxford-born Humphrey Carter joined the Bulletin in 1994 as a photographer, having studied photography, film and psychology in the UK. After having travelled the world and worked in many fields, within months of joining the Bulletin he secured exclusive access to Australia’s most wanted man in Mallorca and ran with the story for the following ten years for the local and international media. He was made Deputy Editor in 1997 and has been sent on numerous overseas assignments - he fronted the multi-media coverage of Real Mallorca’s European football campaign. His work has been featured on the front pages of newspapers and magazines around the world and is a regular commentator for leading international media outlets, in particular television and radio.

Latest headlines

Palma hit by the eye of the storm, now the rain and snow

Snow is forecast for tomorrow when temperatures will drop sharply.

Humphrey Carter 17/01/2023 14:45

Latest headlines

Balearics facing hotel strike action over pay

Strike action in the hotel sector is not being ruled out.

Humphrey Carter 16/01/2023 14:51

Celebs

Nicole Kidman has landed in Mallorca

Actress spent Sunday strolling around Palma.

Humphrey Carter 16/01/2023 13:32

Latest headlines

Act fast to avoid British passport rip-off

Passports proving a bit of a headache for Britons at the moment.

Humphrey Carter 16/01/2023 13:13

Latest headlines

Wave of robberies of elderly people in Pollensa

If anyone recognises it or is offered to buy it illegally, they are asked to alert the Guardia Civil by calling 062.

Humphrey Carter 16/01/2023 10:20

Celebs

Morgan Freeman enjoys a monster pizza in Mallorca

Freeman is on to be Edwin Mullins, the United States Secretary of State in the series.

Humphrey Carter 16/01/2023 10:04

Living

“Spain could pay the price for the 90-day rule in the long term”

"We are asking Spanish politicians to make changes that will let them regain the right to spend time in the country in more or less the same way they did before Brexit to gain the protection they need."

Humphrey Carter 14/01/2023 10:33

Latest headlines

Balearic political parties launch their foreign vote campaigns with property restrictions and wealth tax topping the agenda

“The left criminalises foreigners with a house on the island due to the failure of its housing policies and as they watch them fail, they consider prohibition as the solution."

Humphrey Carter 14/01/2023 10:09

Comment

Foreign vote trap

The proposed property restrictions have not gone down well in the Balearics nor abroad with either business in general or potential house hunters.

Humphrey Carter 13/01/2023 07:00

Travelling

Britons to be charged an extra six quid to visit the Balearics this year

The objective is to identify individuals who pose security threats before they are able to travel to the Schengen area.

Humphrey Carter 12/01/2023 14:47