In the Ibizan Issue 844 15th September 2016, we asked whether the number of tourists to our Island should be dictated by market forces or by government regulation/intervention. We have our answer ...
Saturday 24TH September 2016, Ibiza’s 2nd Playing For Change Day Festival on Cala Llonga beach, 12 hours of non-stop music & entertainment.
San Antonio Hotel Ordered to Cease All Music Events after Appeal Rejected. Bora Bora Terrace Closed, Playa D’en Bossa Club Told The Party Must Move Indoors. Es Canar Hotel Fined 10,000€ for ‘Whisper Quiet’ Air Conditioning. New Over 25s Club ‘Alter Ibiza’ Closes after only 3 Days due to Impossible Sound Restrictions
Two arrested and three injured in West End brawl. The three injured were a British father ages 52 and his two sons both aged 25. Two Senegalese men aged 37 and 42 arrested for theft.
The clubbing sector may have always been one of the businesses most able to profit from Spain’s cultural acceptance of a black money white money system, but its reach and consequences spreads out far wider into all aspects of Spanish life. The question is not so much whether these particular businesses may be breaching tax evasion laws. The question is how few of Spain’s businesses are not.
The day is set aside by the Island’s municipalities to pay homage to the tourists who visit Ibiza. Whether it is your first time here, or you are a regular visitor, Thursday 15th September is a tribute to you. Each town hall organises different activities, which include tastings of typical local products, traditional dances, exhibitions, guided walks and much more.
With this seemingly never ending upward trends in Ibiza's Tourism statistics, we ask whether the market should be allowed to dictate when the island has reached its finite achievable numbers, or whether the Government should step in to control Ibiza's visitors at a sustainable level.
Juan Mari Juan, founder of Las Dalias, died on Friday afternoon, the 9th of September, in hospital Can Misses at 89 years old. In a...
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“If more marinas join the initiative it will have an increasingly strong effect”.
Environmental officers from San José town hall have taken steps to temporarily close the beach of Caló d'en Serral following a sewage spill.
As part of a special operation “Tot Suma” aimed at tackling sexual exploitation, San Jose have issued an ultimatum at two brothels requiring that they cease all activity within 48 hours.
San Antonio P.R. Policy Costs Town At Least Half A Million Euros, Without Achieving Any Of Its Objectives.
The Oficina de la Dona (Office for Women) has launched a campaign under the slogan ‘No Means No! Ibiza, an island free of sexual aggression’.
San José town hall have confirmed the rejection of 8 business licence applications for beaches in the borough.
Pump Up the Volume! Mayor’s Flat Tyre Ends Illegal Party. Partygoers say they paid for entry, but pressured into not making complaints.
Why are we so rubbish with our rubbish? Ibiza’s recycling statistics show no noticeable improvement over a four year period. Formentera surpasses all 5 of Ibiza’s municipalities with recycling levels three times better than Ibiza’s poorest performing municipality, San Antonio.
"In a politician's mind however, an even greater consideration than the cost would be the political controversy of such a move. What are we looking at? Deportations? Prison? Or simply to put them through the system and let them back on the streets, in which case what have we achieved? Though I do not agree with it I think that, at a political level, ignoring the problem is the best of the available evils."
“Commercial concessions must have their permissible areas made very clear, and everything beyond them must be denounced” Sans said, before going on to applaud and thank those local people and the local media who have brought the matter to their attention.
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