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12:14

Opinion

Customs and exercise

PETER EDGERTON

...month. No, this is never a good look for anybody blessed to be able to live here. In no particular order, then, here are my top five favourite Spanish customs. First up, public transport - especially the local trains. Those beauties are never late

17:12

Gibraltar

Spanish man dies in collision with Customs vessel off Eastern beach

Debbie Bartlett

A Spanish man died in a tragic incident off Eastern Beach on Monday, when his boat was involved in a collision with a Customs vessel in the middle of the night. The Royal Gibraltar Police have named the man as 42-year-old Alfredo Morodo Gutiérrez, a ... to the mayor of La Línea, Juan Franco. In a statement, Picardo also expressed his concerns about the welfare of the Customs officers involved in the incident, especially that of the officer who is reported to have bravely dived into the sea to

10:54

Gibraltar

Busy week for Customs Officers

Debbie Bartlett

In the past week Customs Officers from Gibraltar, working in conjunction with other agencies, have taken part in a number of operations which have resulted in the seizure of a vehicle, a boat, communications equipment and over £17,000 worth of ... cigarettes. Three people have been arrested, two of them Spanish. One was detained after a Customs vehicle gave chase to a car, whose driver only stopped when he collided with scaffolding. The car contained 600 cartons of cigarettes.

14:23

Gibraltar

Customs arrest man for cigarette smuggling

Debbie Bartlett

Customs officers on a routine patrol in Gibraltar arrested a Spanish man who was carrying a "commercial quantity" of cigarettes on board a boat leaving the Ocean Village marina around midday on Thursday. The crew of the Customs boat Tango II ... became suspicious when they saw the man alone in a small RHIB, which was towing an inflatable craft, heading in a north-westerly direction. They decided to stop him and search his boat. When they did so, the Customs officers discovered 150 cartons of

10:14

Gibraltar

Cannabis seized after high-speed chase

Debbie Bartlett

In the early hours of Tuesday Customs officers were involved in a high-speed chase, pursuing a suspect boat, a high-powered RHIB, whose occupants began to throw packages overboard as they tried to get away. Once the RHIB had left Gibraltar waters

11:50

Gibraltar

Cigarette haul confiscated by Customs

Debbie Bartlett

Thanks to a sharp-eyed passer-by, the customs authorities in Gibraltar were able to confiscate a large haul of cigarettes from two Spanish-plated vehicles on Tuesday, 20 February. A member of the public noticed that a car which was parked at the ... various brands of cigarettes. No arrests have been made yet, and the investigation is continuing. The customs authorities say they are always grateful for information of this type, and they can be contacted by phoning 20046731.

12:11

Local

Global festive customs celebrated in Benalmádena

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...presentations of festive customs from more than a dozen nationalities, including Venezuela, Chile, Brazil, Cuba, India and the UK. The festival, which was opened by town mayor, Victor Navas, brought the Plaza de la Mezquita to life and included a parade and

17:02

Opinion

All I want for Christmas

Tony Bryant

The tradition of Christmas has changed greatly over the last one hundred years and the simple customs that many of us grew up with have long fallen by the wayside. In days of old, Christmas was defined by the custom of exchanging simple handmade ... traditional customs like being allowed to open one small present on Christmas Eve, I can't help but feel that the true meaning of the Christmas gift has now lost its direction. I grew up listening to stories of how my parents were lucky to receive "an apple,