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21:10

Gibraltar

New Malaga-Gibraltar helicopter service announced

Debbie Bartlett

From the end of this month there will be a scheduled helicopter service between Malaga and Gibraltar on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, operated by Spanish company Hélity which already runs a helicopter connection from Malaga to Ceuta and ... Algeciras. The helicopter, a twin-engined Agusta Westland 139, seats 15 passengers and the flight time will be 25 minutes. The flights will leave Malaga at 9am, and depart from Gibraltar for the return trip at 9.35am. The flights on this new service can

21:07

Gibraltar

New anti-Covid restrictions introduced in Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

With Covid-19 cases rising sharply the Gibraltar government has introduced new restrictions, some of which are 'strongly advised' and others which can be legally enforced. People over the age of 70 and those who are immunosupressed are asked not ... unlikely that organised Christmas parties will be permitted in restaurants, bars etc this year. Full details of these and other new measures can be found on the Gibraltar government website.

18:28

Gibraltar

Steady rise in Covid-19 cases to the highest number ever in Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

The number of active coronavirus cases in Gibraltar has risen to a record level in recent days, reaching a total of 88 on Thursday, an increase of ten cases in 24 hours. The numbers may still be low, even for a population of around 34,000, but a few ... weeks ago there were no cases at all for several days and people began to hope that the crisis was over. Many of those who have tested positive in Gibraltar have been asymptomatic, and there have been no deaths since the pandemic started. The ... health authorities on the Rock have one of the highest ratios of testing per population, with 55,677 tests having been carried out so far. This accounts to some extent to the rise in active cases, but it also seems to be the case that Gibraltar, like many

13:21

Gibraltar

Concern after seven players from visiting football team test positive for Covid-19

Debbie Bartlett

...the Gibraltar authorities, less than two hours before kickoff. UEFA protocols dictate that teams need to be tested no more than three days ahead of leaving their country of origin, and have to present a valid certificate with confirmation of the ... negative results. In the case of FC Prishtina, the team was tested again upon arrival in Gibraltar and instructed to isolate in their town centre hotel until the results came through. As they all held certificates confirming that they had tested negative in ... and seven members were found to be positive. All of the Lincoln Red Imps players, who had also been tested, were negative. In a statement later, FC Prishtina criticised the Gibraltar government for cancelling the match, saying it had other players

22:17

Opinion

All that scum

Héctor Barbotta

...the Campo de Gibraltar area who have been pushed further east by police pressure. And there are the brawls among drunkards who, in line with the sector in which they develop their, let's say, professional activity, go around armed with guns to be

14:06

Gibraltar

Brexit and Covid-19, a potentially "perfect storm"

Debbie Bartlett

Gibraltar's deputy chief minister, Dr Joseph Garcia, has said that the combination of Britain leaving the EU and the Covid-19 pandemic have the potential makings of a "perfect storm", the consequences of which will be felt for years to come. Dr ... Garcia, who is the leader of the Gibraltar Liberal Party, was taking part in a panel discussion entitled "Brexit in times of Covid-19" during the UK Liberal Democrat conference which was completely virtual this year. The deputy chief minister shared the ... panel with Alistair Carmichael, who is MP for Orkney and Shetland and the Lib Dem shadow Home Affairs spokesman, and was previously responsible for Foreign Affairs. This provided a perspective on these issues from Gibraltar and from Scotland. The

14:05

Gibraltar

Gibraltar cross-border worker dies from coronavirus

Debbie Bartlett

There have been no deaths from Covid-19 in Gibraltar, but this week came the sad news that a cross-border worker, a woman in her 40s who lived and was diagnosed with the disease in Spain, has died. This week 22 people (11 staff members and 11

12:55

Gibraltar

Parliament House in Gibraltar to be restored

Debbie Bartlett

Parliament House in Main Street Gibraltar, which was built in 1817, is to be restored to its former glory, including taking back the commercial premises on the ground floor and returning them to their original use. The building began as the ... Exchange and Commercial Library, then housed the Gibraltar Legislative Council from 1950, then the House of Assembly after the 1969 Constitution and became the seat of Parliament following the 2006 Constitution.

14:28

Gibraltar

A very different look to Christmas and New Year in Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

The most magical time of the year is going virtual in Gibraltar this winter. Unless the pandemic situation improves and the ban on large gatherings is lifted, the Christmas Festival of Lights, the Christmas attractions in John Mackintosh Square

14:23

Gibraltar

Online locator form for travellers entering Gib from 'relevant areas'

Debbie Bartlett

Passengers flying into Gibraltar who have been in a so-called 'Relevant Area' in the previous 14 days will have to complete an online locator form from now on. This online form replaces the existing manual ones, and the government will use the