Mallorca – News In Brief

FAIR GAME

CIUDATELLA Town Hall will start charging public way-occupation fees this year to bicycle and motorbike rental businesses that display the vehicles on the pavement.

 

UNWANTED CLEANING

RESIDENTS OF Vila’s Ses Feixes area have complained that the council cleaned weeds and trimmed bushes on a private-owned site with ‘protected rustic terrain’ status.

 

BURGLARS CAUGHT

FIVE Moroccans aged between 17 and 28 from two separate groups have been arrested by Guardia Civil in Sa Pobla for allegedly committing six burglaries in the town since January 1.

 

FALSE ALARM

PALMA METRO stops Son Fuster Vell, Son Castello and Via Asima were closed for approximately an hour on Sunday after smell of gas was reported.

 

LOCAL ‘TITANIC’

SANTA EULARIA Town Hall will hold sport and cultural events throughout the year to commemorate the hundredth anniversary of the ‘Mallorca’ steamboat shipwreck off the town’s coast on Jan 17 1913.

 

NO SECRETS

THE Ministry of Public Works and the Spanish Airports Authority (AENA) have committed to keep up-to-date those affected by Ibiza Airport control tower’s privatisation process.

 

NO CUTS

BALEARIC GOVERNMENT Education Department Leader Rafael Bosch has announced that the number of Balearic teachers as well as their wages will not be reduced next year.

 

COURT OVERLOAD

THE Playa Sol Group collapsed a Palma court after submitting bankruptcy proceedings for 265 of the group’s societies in a bid to save 1,300 tourism sector jobs.

 

MILL RENOVATION

ES CASTELL Town Hall will purchase a 7,500-square-metre terrain containing a tower mill at the town’s entrance for €60,000 in order to restore the structure.

 

NICE REBATE

THE Balearic Government will return €351,095 to 14,824 refund-entitled pensioners after a new pharmaceutical payment system came into effect last July.

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