Jason Moore
Jason Moore


Managing Editor

Jason Moore joined the Bulletin straight from school as a junior reporter after being educated at international schools on the island in 1988. As a news reporter he worked closely with our Spanish stablemate Última Hora and was sent on numerous foreign assignments including Boston and London. He became Deputy Editor in 1996 and Editor in 1997. In 2018 he was appointed Managing editor with the additional responsibility of sales and advertising. In 2022 he oversaw the transformation of the Bulletin into an online publication and the launch of the new Mallorca Bulletin. Born in Cambridge in 1970, he moved to Mallorca aged 5 and was educated at Bellver International College and Kings College. In 2012 he received a special award from the Calvia Council on the Bulletin’s 50th anniversary. He has written articles for most of the leading UK newspapers and has often worked as a pundit on British and Spanish television and radio programmes.


Airport delays; action today please

Since Brexit, passports have to be stamped on arrival.

Jason Moore 25/06/2022 11:36


Airport delays

“Palma airport was not prepared for Brexit and British tourists are paying the price...”

Jason Moore 24/06/2022 06:00

Latest headlines

War of words over island's top beach

"Should be stripped on national park status...."

Jason Moore 22/06/2022 13:03

Latest headlines

Rafa Nadal: I am going to Wimbledon

"Rafa will become a father later this year...."

Jason Moore 17/06/2022 12:24


Red Tape!

“In the Balearics there is a regulation for almost everything....we just love rules....”

Jason Moore 17/06/2022 10:45

Latest headlines

Minorca: The island without police

"Union makes urgent appeal for more officers..."

Jason Moore 16/06/2022 16:13

Latest headlines

Travel to the Balearics on a British-made airship

The reservation agreement follows six months of rigorous studies and modelling carried out by Air Nostrum Group and HAV

Jason Moore 15/06/2022 15:07

Latest headlines

Mallorca-based airline believed to be taking refugees from Britain to Rwanda

The plan has horrified political opponents, charities and church leaders who say it is inhumane. The United Nations' refugee chief called it "catastrophic".

Jason Moore 14/06/2022 15:30