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10:29

Gibraltar

Anti-Brexit protest planned in La Línea

Debbie Bartlett

...it is to go ahead, and will be sitting on Saturday to debate on it. The protest, which is organised by the Ascteg association of workers in Gibraltar and supported by La Línea council, is due to take place at 12.30 from the Plaza de la Iglesia and ... make its way to the Plaza de la Constitución. The organisers are extremely concerned about the effects of Brexit on Gibraltar and the nearby area, whether or not a withdrawal deal is agreed.

10:14

Gibraltar

Picardo wins Gibraltar general election

Debbie Bartlett

The GSLP-Liberals have won the General Election in Gibraltar that took place on Thursday. The party led by Chief Minister Fabian Picardo has been voted in for a third four-year term with 52.5 per cent of the votes. Picardo received the highest ... number of votes, at 9,961. GSD's Keith Azopardi.EFE There was a considerable gap between this result and the GSD, which received 25.6 per cent of votes, but an impressive performance by newcomers Together Gibraltar, who received 20.5 per cent. TG’s ... leader, Marlene Hassan Nahon, received 5,639 votes, the highest number in the opposition parties. Independent candidates Robert Vazquez and JC Pons received 0.92 and 0.53 per cent of the votes, respectively. Gibraltar’s new parliament now looks like

14:49

Gibraltar

Gibraltar's Mount is to become a public leisure area

Debbie Bartlett

The Mount, the home of Major General Sir William Green in the 18th century, is to become a leisure area for the public to enjoy, with event and wedding facilities, an adventure park and a Discovery Centre. There has been considerable interest in t

14:42

Gibraltar

Gibraltar goes to the polls on 17 October

Debbie Bartlett

The General Election in Gibraltar will take place on Thursday 17 October, the same day as the European Council meeting which is expected to be very important for the future of Brexit. Anyone who is eligible to vote in Gibraltar should bear in

11:58

Gibraltar

International Song Festival on 12 October

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar International Song Festival is taking place on 12 October at the Tercentenary Hall with a record-breaking number of entries from over 27 countries. Celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, the GISF is one of the most important

11:56

Gibraltar

Police recover body from the sea

Debbie Bartlett

Officers from the Royal Gibraltar Police recovered the lifeless body of an adult man from the sea approximately 1.5 Nm off Europa Point on Wednesday afternoon, after being alerted by the Gibraltar Port Authority. The man has not yet been

13:11

Gibraltar

Spinal surgery is now available in Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

Patients with a painful spine condition caused by osteoporosis can now be treated in Gibraltar, thanks to a new surgical service launched by the Gibraltar Health Authority. Previously, patients and their families had to travel to the UK for the

13:10

Gibraltar

Grace 1 supertanker left on Sunday night

Debbie bartlett

The Adrian Darya supertanker, formerly called Grace 1, finally left Gibraltar waters on Sunday evening with a new captain and crew. The ship, which was detained for contravening EU sanctions on Syria on 4 July, was released by the Gibraltar court

15:12

Gibraltar

Water bottle refill points are installed in town centre of Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

The AquaGib water company has provided two water bottle refill points in the town centre, one outside the police station in Casemates Square and the other in the Piazza, by the kiosk opposite Matalan. This is another way of reducing the use of pla

15:10

Gibraltar

More artists announced for Gibraltar Calling music festival

Debbie Bartlett

Two more artists have been announced for the Gibraltar Calling Music Festival at the Europa Point Leisure Complex on 7 and 8 September. Those attending can look forward to seeing Killer Queen, the longest-established tribute band to Freddy

15:05

Gibraltar

New car-shaped bicyle rack is installed in Europort Road, Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

The Ministry for Infrastructure and Planning has installed a new-style car-shaped bicycle rack at Europort Road, an area that has fast become Gibraltar's main cycling hub. The frame is in the shape of a car, as a reminder that up to ten bicycles ... can be parked in a space normally taken up by a single car and to encourage more people to cycle instead of drive. The Minister for Transport, Paul Balban, says that fewer cars on the road can only be a good thing for Gibraltar and good for the

15:47

Gibraltar

Duty to be removed on wooden tableware in Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

The government has announced regulations to remove all duty on cutlery and tableware made of wood. This is to encourage people to use alternatives to plastic and is in addition to the legislation that has already been introduced, banning a wide ra

15:44

Gibraltar

Teatro Lírico Andaluz returns in autumn

Debbie Bartlett

Dates for the diary for lovers of operetta: October 2nd and 3rd, when the popular Teatro Lírico Andaluz will be performing 'La Dolorosa' at the John Mackintosh Hall as part of the Autumn Cultural Programme. The performances begin at 8pm and tickets,

12:45

Gibraltar

Gibraltar Crystal to close this month

Debbie Bartlett

It has almost become an institution on the Rock, but the Gibraltar Crystal shop in Casemates Square has announced that it is closing down at the end of this month. However, lovers of their beautiful hand-crafted items now have the chance to

12:41

Gibraltar

Firefighter in Gibraltar becomes British Champion again

Debbie Bartlett

Matt Coulthard has been crowned British Champion at the Firefighter Challenge for the second time, and says he was thrilled to have represented Gibraltar and competed for the British title. The challenge is organised for charity and replicates

12:33

Gibraltar

US Congress members on two-day visit

Debbie Bartlett

A delegation of five Members of Congress of the United States of America arrived in Gibraltar for a two-day visit on Wednesday. It follows the trip to Washington made by deputy chief minister Dr Joseph Garcia earlier this year, and was organised ... through the United Kingdom under the Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Act (MECEA) scheme. After a briefing on political developments including Brexit, the visitors met the Governor of Gibraltar, Lt General Edward Davis, toured Parliament and

12:32

Gibraltar

Lord Patten to deliver Governor's Lecture

Debbie bartlett

It has been announced that Lord Patten, who is a former Governor of Hong Kong and European Commissioner for External Relations among other posts, will deliver the Governor's Lecture at the Gibraltar International Literary Festival which takes place

12:29

Gibraltar

Video of border closure exhibition launched

Debbie bartlett

Those who missed the exhibition to mark the 50th anniversary of the border closure can now see it on a video produced by the Gibraltar National Archive. The film can be found on the Archive website www.nationalarchives.gi, together with the video

12:04

Gibraltar

New historical memory magazine launched

Debbie BARTLETT

Thursday 18 July saw the presentation in La Línea and Gibraltar of a new magazine 'Cuatro Esquinas', published by the Forum for Historical Memory in the Campo de Gibraltar in collaboration with the Gibraltar government. The colour magazine, which ... is quarterly, is in Spanish and English. "Gibraltar and the Campo area share a historical memory that can inspire both peoples to build a future in common," said Andrés Rebolledo, the president of the forum, about the Civil War and the repression

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 ... resident of the neighbouring town of La Linea de La Concepcion. A full investigation is being carried out into the incident and Gibraltar's chief minister, Fabian Picardo, sent his condolences to the family of Morodo Gutiérrez and expressed his sympathy ... throwing stones and other objects at the police. There have also been calls on social media for protests to be carried out at the border between La Línea and Gibraltar this week.