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Don’t limit tourists

THE Confederation of Balearic Business Associations (CAEB) has expressed concern at news that the regional government has stated that it wants to study ways of limiting the number of tourists. CAEB says that this will result in a loss of income and welfare that the residents have enjoyed over the…

Abbey Clancy on the road

LIVERPUDLIAN model Abbey Clancy has been causing eyeballs to pop out as she posed in a series of revealing swimwear during a fashion shoot by acclaimed photographer Karis Kennedy in Mallorca. The 30-year-old squeeze of lanky Stoke City striker Peter Crouch donned outfits by Agent Provocateur as she draped herself…

A large volume of fake clothing seized in Mallorca by Guardia Civil

OFFICERS of the Guardia Civil together with officials from the National Tax Office have closed down a number of companies in the Balearics who were engaged in the manufacture and sale of counterfeit branded clothing. No less than 31 people have been charged with offences connected with the breach of…

Off-duty police officer saves two drowning children

ON the afternoon of Sunday August 21, an off-duty member of the National Police enjoying the sun and the beach of Son Serra de Marina noticed that despite the fact that red flags were flying and the sea was rough, two young children were swimming in the sea. He saw…

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Balconing medical study

SO worried are doctors in the San Espases Hospital in Palma Mallorca about the number of young people jumping from balconies that the head of surgery there Xavier Gonzalez has undertaken a study of the ‘balconing’ phenomena. The study of these ‘accidents’ which have taken place between 2010 and 2015…

Simply Red in Palma after eight years

IT’S BEEN eight years since Simply Red took Palma (and the future King and Queen of Spain) by storm and following an incredibly successful night in Fuengirola, the band led by the master of blue eyed soul Mick Hucknall has returned to Mallorca for a very special show to be…

‘Virtual’ kidnapping is a growing concern

POLICE in Mallorca have registered several complaints in recent months of ‘virtual kidnappings’ in Palma. In a typical incident, a person receives a phone call from a stranger who says they have kidnapped a family member. Taking advantage of the anguish and confusion generated by this news, the offender demands…

Palma noise misery continues unabated

RESIDENTS of the Platja de Palma are complaining their problems with noise, drunkenness and dirt have not been eased. This comes after Palma City Council promised to try to resolve the situation and find solutions to ensure better relations between holidaymakers and residents. They claim it has been “a year…

More teutonic trouble

SUPPORTERS of rival German football teams clashed in the notorious El Arenal district of the Playa de Palma, leading to the arrest of nine German tourists, considerable property damage, and the evacuation of unfortunate customers and bar staff. The brawl took place shortly after midnight on Tuesday August 16 and…

‘Waltz’ing to victory in K-1 kayaking event

With an English father and a German mother, blonde, blue-eyed Marcus Cooper Waltz moved to Mallorca when he was just three months old. Now the adopted Spanish National has brought home an Olympic gold medal after destroying the field in the K-1 1,000 metres kayaking event in Rio de Janeiro.…

Man murdered in Mallorca may have been mistaken for someone else

A MAN, said to be an Irish tourist walking with his family in the Costa de la Calma, a suburb of Calvia, was shot four times in the back at about 9pm on August 17. It is suggested that the man who was pronounced dead on arrival at the Son…

Effervescent adolescents detained after racking up monster hotel bill

A QUESTIONABLE quartet of British teenagers have been taken into custody in Mallorca following a four day blowout during which they ran up preposterous bills totalling over €4,000 in a luxury hotel. Local reports state that they have had their passports rescinded until they shell out what they owe, although…
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