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16:18

Sport

Walking footballers return victorious from Gibraltar tournament

SUR

Walking Football Spain (WFS) made the journey to Gibraltar last Friday to play Walking Football Gibraltar in the two sides' annual tournament. In the final match, San Pedro (WFS) took on the Gibraltar first team and a 1-1 draw was enough for ... Walking Football Spain to overturn last year's disaster and win the tournament. This result saw Walking Football Spain's two teams unbeaten in the four games overall. This is no mean feat, against a Gibraltar squad who play England in a full ... International in Gibraltar on 9 February and will be participating in the Walking Football World Cup in Paris in mid-May. The Gibraltar players generously contributed to the WFS's fundraiser for Marbella girl Sarah Almagro who needs prostheses after losing her

10:37

Gibraltar

Picardo and Garcia in London Brexit talks

Debbie Bartlett

...is not approved by the UK Parliament. The Gibraltar government has already made it clear that it is planning for all outcomes, and has begun issuing information about how Gibraltar would be affected both in the event of the Withdrawal Agreement

10:35

Gibraltar

Kidney transplant patient returns home

Debbie Bartlett

The first patient from Gibraltar in 15 years to undergo a kidney transplant in the UK has now returned home after recovering from the surgery, which was carried out at the Hammersmith hospital. Once the patient, who has not been named, was told a

10:31

Gibraltar

Increased energy efficiency on the Rock

Debbie Bartlett

Despite all the Christmas lights in Gibraltar over the festive season, energy consumption in the town area fell by 24.7 per cent last year, compared with 2017. The Christmas illuminations now use LEDs and their consumption is 72.39 per cent lower

10:48

Gibraltar

Longer opening hours at modern art gallery

Debbie Bartlett

Opening hours at the Modern Art Gallery in Montagu Bastion are to be extended from 14 January. On Tuesdays and Thursdays after that date the exhibitions can be seen from 11am to 6pm, while on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays the gallery will be ope

10:46

Gibraltar

Gibraltarians receive New Years Honours

Debbie Bartlett

Three Gibraltarians have been named in the New Years Honours list 2019. Richard Mifsud has been awarded the Queen's Police Medal for services to policing in Gibraltar, and Assistant Commissioner Richard Ullger the Overseas Territories Medal ... (OTM), also for services to policing, while Albert Douglas Langston has been awarded an MBE (Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire) for services to banking and lay magistracy. The governor of Gibraltar has also given three local

10:43

Gibraltar

Gibraltar International Song Festival entries

Debbie Bartlett

Entries for the Gibraltar International Song Festival, which takes place on Saturday 18 May this year, can be submitted until the end of this month. Composers from all over the world are invited to submit previously unpublished works, and further

10:46

Gibraltar

Upskirting to be made a criminal offence

Debbie Bartlett

Upskirting - taking a photo under a person's clothing without their knowledge or permission - is not currently a criminal offence in Gibraltar, but that is about to change. The government wants to introduce legislation to make it a specific sexual ... humiliation, distress or alarm. Gibraltar's Minister of Justice, Neil Costa, who describes upskirting as "despicable behaviour", says the new law will ensure that those who violate somebody else in this way can be prosecuted.

10:44

Gibraltar

Permission granted for futuristic development at Devil's Tongue Queensway

Debbie Bartlett

Outline planning permission has now been granted for a 19-storey mixed use development at Devil's Tongue Queensway, on a site which once formed part of the port. The design of the building has had to be changed from the initial plans to reduce its

10:39

Gibraltar

The 'Rowing Marine' sets off on an epic journey from Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

Stormy days lay ahead but Lee Spencer, the 'Rowing Marine', was all smiles before setting off from Ocean Village on Tuesday for an epic journey, rowing solo and unsupported to Venezuela. Lee, a former marine who lost a leg in an accident, is raisin