Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Mallorca

Buses in Mallorca must now have WiFi to boost connectivity

NEW buses in Palma must now have WiFi on-board and access to a USB for charging mobiles in an attempt to increase business productivity on...

Former Catalan police chief to face trial over independence referendum

THE former head of the Catalan police will stand trial for his role in Catalunya’s independence referendum, the Spanish High Court has ruled. Josep Lluis...

Rialto Living’s newest artist on show is Luis Maraver and his India inspired works

INSPIRED by his trips to India, Luis Maraver is the newest artist exhibition at Palma’s Rialto Living store. The 61-year-old Spanish painter has been travelling...

At least one dead and dozens trapped as floods ravage Mallorca

A MAN has been killed by the floods ravaging Mallorca. The unidentified man died in his home after water gushed in to his house in Sant...

Number of Balearic Islands businesses above pre-recession levels for first time

THE number of Balearic businesses is above pre-crisis levels for the first time. Some 44,190 companies were registered with social security in April, the highest...

Cursach witness speaks out: “It’s like a horror movie”

A PROTECTED witness in the Tolo Cursach case has told the press that cooperating with the authorities has ‘destroyed his life’. ‘Witness 29’ has given...

Irish tourist, 18, in ‘serious condition’ in hospital after falling from second-floor balcony in Spain

Padraig Morgan, from Belfast, has been left seriously injured after falling from Hotel Apartments Deya on Tuesday morning

New €1.5m school to train professional sailors planned for Alcudia

Courses to start in time for the 2019-2020 academic year

Spanish city under fire for handing out ‘cocaine cards’ and advice on how to snort Class A drug

News of the campaign only came out this week, sparking criticism from the Partido Popular in Bilbao

Load of bull

BULLFIGHTERS can kill again on Mallorca. It comes after the constitutional court suspended the Balearic law against the mistreatment of animals, which was approved last...

Promenade promises to create a whole new look for visitors arriving in Palma

OVER 2,000 trees and tens of thousands of plants are set to revolutionise the look of Palma’s seaside promenade. The €20 million project will create...

Brexit reversal would have ‘positive’ and ‘significant’ impact on UK economy, says leading international think tank

A BREXIT reversal would have a 'positive' and 'significant' impact on the UK economy, a leading think tank has claimed. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation...

American TV crew comes to Mallorca for wine documentary

Crew filmed around Sa Calobra, the Torrent de Pareis, Santuario de Lluc, Formentor and Soller

Coleen Rooney jets back from Mallorca break to confront Wayne over drink-driving incident with blonde

But Simpson flies on to Balearic island at same time as WAG spotted without wedding ring

Further blow for Cursach as Megapark capacity reduced by half

THERE was more bad news for disgraced nightlife magnate Tolo Cursach this week. Megapark, marketed as Europe’s largest beer garden, will have its capacity slashed...

Catalunya now has its own parody complete with map, flag and president

Tabarnia, created by Spanish unionists, has become so popular that a recent press conference was set up in Barcelona with theatre actor Albert Boadella as ‘president’.

Mallorca and Balearic companies suffer 5,000 cyber attacks since 2015

Some 38,068 Spanish firms hit by hackers since 2015

Flight attendants reveal GROSS reason they sometimes perform random aisle checks

Think twice before treating a cabin crew member badly

London protests Rajoy

DOZENS of Catalan protesters took to 10 Downing Street during a UK visit from Mariano Rajoy yesterday. The protest, organised by the Catalan Defence Committee, demanded...

Olive Press property expert Amanda Bulter brings in the New Year

HAVING been in the UK for Christmas and not seen the sun once during the 7 days we were there - just cloud and...

Nine men have been arrested following a number of robberies in Calvia

A GROUP of burglars have been rounded up for a string of Calvia robberies. The nine men were rounded up in raids last week following...
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