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Online Digital Information . Palma of Majorca Balearic Islands Spain
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Speaking at the conference of regional tourism ministers in Madrid on Wednesday, the Balearics minister Bel Busquets stated that the 300,000 euros fine levied on Airbnb was very much still in place.
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Dubbed the "King of Latin Rock", Javier Vargas and his blues band will be performing in Palma tonight and Javier is promising "something special".
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The leader of the Partido Popular in the Balearics, Biel Company, yesterday attacked elements within the Balearic government who have been promoting "tourismphobia" for years.
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One of Ireland’s wealthiest and most controversial businessmen, the CEO of low-cost airline Ryanair Michael O'Leary, has purchased a large historic palace in the old part of Palma.
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The Balearic Ports Authority last year commissioned the University of the Balearic Islands to undertake a survey of air and noise pollution in Palma.
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As a matter of urgency, Palma town hall is to issue a decree regulating the use of personal mobility vehicles, such as Segways and scooters (the stand-on variety, that is).
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The 14-year-old British boy who fell from a Playa de Muro hotel second-floor balcony on Tuesday night has died.
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A 14-year-old British holidaymaker was in Son Espases in a critical condition yesterday after falling from a second floor balcony at the Eix Lagotel by the Las Gaviotas lake in Playa de Muro.
Two more Britons fall from balconies
Two more Britons fall from balconies
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The Council of Majorca yesterday presented its intention for there to be a limit on the number of places (beds) which can be used for holiday accommodation.
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The argument over illegal street traders is getting more vehement, with business associations calling for the Palma councillor for public service, Aurora Jhardi, to resign.
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