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12:39

Gibraltar

Call for cultural nominations

Debbie bartlett

Nominations are invited for the 2019 Cultural Awards in a variety of categories including Cultural Ambassador, Cultural Space of the Year and Best Education Project, among others. Nomination forms are available from John Mackintosh Hall and the cl

12:38

Gibraltar

Gibraltar's Island Games start officially on Saturday

Debbie bartlett

Gibraltar is hosting the 2019 Island Games and sports lovers have a real treat in store from 6 to 12 July. Fourteen sports are represented this year: athletics, badminton, basketball, beach volleyball, cycling, judo, sailing, shooting, squash,

12:37

Gibraltar

New housing at Chatham Views

D. B.

Another affordable housing development is to be built at the Westside School site. Chatham Views will consist of 184 apartments plus 44 purpose-built apartments for the elderly. This is the third scheme of its type, after Hassan Centenary Terra

13:22

Gibraltar

Gibraltar confirms supertanker Grace 1 is carrying crude oil

DEBBIE BARTLETT

The Gibraltar government has confirmed that detailed analysis has been carried out of the cargo being carried by supertanker Grace 1, and this conclusively proves that the ship is loaded to capacity with crude oil. The statement came after ... speculation from commentators outside Gibraltar that the ship was carrying something other than crude. The Grace 1 was detained in a joint operation between Gibraltar Port, the Royal Gibraltar Police and Royal Marines on Thursday last week, when it freely ... navigated from international waters in the Straits of Gibraltar into Gibraltarian waters, for a pre-scheduled visit for provisions and spare parts. As Gibraltar is part of the EU, it was legally obliged to take action once it was aware of the suspicions

11:52

Gibraltar

'Our Sporting Heroes' exhibition opens

D.B.

An exhibition celebrating Gibraltar's participation in the International Island Games over the past thirty years is now taking place at the Gustavo Bacarisas Gallery in Casemates Square, and it continues until 13 July. Gibraltar is hosting this

11:51

Gibraltar

HMS Echo paid a visit to Gibraltar this week

D. B.

HMS Echo arrived in Gibraltar on Tuesday, and was scheduled to take part in activities in support of Maritime Week. Plymouth-based Echo is the first of two multi-role hydrographic survery ships commissioned by the Royal Navy. The ship was

11:50

Gibraltar

More performers sign up for music festival

D. BARTLETT.

The organisers of the Gibraltar Calling festival like to tantalise music lovers by releasing the names of the performers bit by bit in the months before the event in September, and the latest exciting news is that David Essex, Nazareth, Slade and ... Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel have confirmed that they will be taking part. This year Gibraltar Calling moves away from its normal venue, the Victoria Stadium, and will be held at the Europa Point Leisure Complex.

12:19

Gibraltar

Gibraltar marine police arrest three men at sea

D.B.

Following a tip-off from the Guardia Civil, the RGP arrested three Spanish men after a high speed chase at sea in the early hours of Monday morning. They are charged with dangerous navigation, importing prohibited items and obstructing police.

12:11

Gibraltar

Island Games stamp artwork at Gibraltar's GEMA gallery

D.B.

The artwork for the Gibraltar 2019 NatWest International Island Games commemorative stamps, produced by local artist Leslie Gaduzo, will be exhibited at the GEMA Gallery from 21 June to 12 July. Leslie has depicted all 14 sports which will be

12:09

Gibraltar

Friends of Gibraltar visit the Mayor's Parlour

D.BARTLETT

The Friends of Gibraltar group paid a visit to the Rock on Tuesday and their trip included a meeting with the mayor, John Gonçalves MBE. Whilst there, the group was able to see the Mayor's Parlour, a beautiful room which underwent major ... refurbishment in 2000, something which was made possible thanks to the fund-raising efforts of the Friends of Gibraltar. The non-political and non profit-making charity is dedicated to preserving Gibraltar's heritage.

14:46

Gibraltar

Gibraltar Calling 2019 announces Enrique Iglesias as headliner

SUR IN ENGLISH

International pop superstar, Enrique Iglesias, will headline Gibraltar Calling 2019 on Saturday 7 September. The multi-platinum and Grammy-winning artist has performed to more than 10 million fans during his extraordinary career, which has included ... consecutive weeks. Gibraltar Calling's announcement on Monday underlines the growth of the music festival over the years. Enrique Iglesias is among a star-studded line-up, as Take That, Liam Gallagher, Tom Walker, and Lighthouse Family also prepare to take ... to the stage. Gibraltar Calling 2019 runs from Saturday 7 to Sunday 8 September at Europa Point Leisure Complex. Tickets are still available for this popular event. For more information, visit www.gibraltarcalling.com.

14:48

What to do

Around the galleries

Sur in english

Tamara Shaw, GibraltarSUR Rooted in Gibraltar Gibraltar. From 30 July. John Mackintosh Hall. Tamara Shaw opens her exhibition in Gibraltar. The abstract realism exhibition features large canvas pieces, oil paintings and collage rope works, with

13:50

Gibraltar

Environment staff take marine rescue course

D.B.

...the course, the Gibraltar volunteers took part in practical sessions at Catalan Bay, using life-sized water-filled dolphin and whale models. They are now certified marine mammal medics.

13:49

Gibraltar

More resources for Gibraltar police

D.B.

The Royal Gibraltar Police force will be boosted by an additional 50 officers of different ranks over the next three years, to a total of 291, and the government has also commissioned a work stream which will enable 24 officers who are currently

13:30

Gibraltar

Gibraltar: nothing short of awesome

dEBBIE BARTLETT

They say nice things come in small parcels and that certainly applies to Gibraltar, which may be only 6.7 square kilometres in size but is packed full of interesting places to visit and things to do, making it an ideal place to spend a day, a ... weekend or a longer break. In fact, the fun begins as soon as you arrive: unless you are a boat owner you either walk or drive across the border to this British Overseas Territory from La Línea de la Concepción in neighbouring Spain, or fly in to Gibraltar ... Fascinating, from top to bottom The great thing about Gibraltar is that it is all fascinating. However, that leads to a question for first-time visitors: where to go first?The city centre is a good starting point, especially the iconic Casemates Square,

14:38

Gibraltar

Open Day raises £1,500 for wildlife park project

Debbie Bartlett

The Alameda Wildlife Park's first-ever open day outside the park raised over £1,500. The event was held in Ocean Village last Saturday and children flocked to the animal learning enclosure to see the rabbits, tortoises, cockatoos and reptiles.

14:36

Gibraltar

Fears of job losses as bet365 chooses Malta

Debbie Bartlett

The leading betting and gaming company bet365 has announced that it is to relocate some of its operations to Malta, where it has held a licence since 2015. The company says it plans to maintain a presence in Gibraltar, but there are fears that

12:31

Gibraltar

Supertanker suspected of taking Iranian oil to Syria seized in Gibraltar

DEBBIE BARTLETT

In the early hours of Thursday morning Gibraltar Port and law enforcement agencies, with the assistance of a detachment of Royal Marines, boarded a supertanker and detained the ship and its crew for allegedly transporting crude oil to Syria and ... thereby contravening EU sanctions. The Gibraltar government was responding to information that the Panama-registered ship, Grace 1, was heading for the Banyas refinery in Syria. That refinery is the property of an entity that is subject to European ... against this vessel and its cargo. "I also gave a Direction requiring the Captain of the Port, assisted by the Royal Gibraltar Police and Her Majesty's Customs, to take control of the Grace 1. "With my consent, our Port and Law Enforcement agencies

17:41

Gibraltar

Gibraltar acquires drone for aerial imagery

Debbie Bartlett

The Department of the Environment, Heritage and Climate Change in Gibraltar has acquired a drone which will be used for terrestrial and marine mammal monitoring, renewing and updating the aerial imagery of Gibraltar with new Orthophoto (geospatially

17:36

Gibraltar

Gibraltar International Song Festival postponed

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar International Song Festival, which is open to composers and authors worldwide and was due to take place at the Tercentenary Sports Hall on 18 May, has had to be postponed. The organisers say the decision was regrettably necessary but

20:11

Gibraltar

More than 70 firefighters brought in to control blaze at San Roque petrochemical plant

EFE

Fire brigades from around the Campo de Gibraltar area have been brought in to fight a blaze that broke out at around 3pm at the Indorama petrochemical plant in San Roque on Tuesday. The fire at the plant located in the Guadarranque industrial ... estate produced a huge column of thick black smoke visible from the entire bay of Algeciras and Gibraltar. EFE The Junta de Andalucia activiated its Plan de Emergencias Exterior on Tuesday evening, although it said that no one had been injured and that ... Reinforcements were then sent in from Cadiz, Jerez de la Frontera and Chiclana, with more than 70 firefighters at the scene. Gibraltar The first emergency calls reported the sound of an explosion in a storage warehouse at the Indorama plant. The factory

14:32

Gibraltar

Gibraltar play Republic of Ireland in Victoria Stadium

GEORGIE KENNY.

This Saturday Gibraltar football squad play the Republic of Ireland at the Rock's Victoria Stadium. The match is Ireland's first game in the European Qualifiers for 2020. As the Victoria Stadium only has capacity for 2,000 spectators, a ... viewing area has been allocated for fans who have not been able to purchase tickets. The Government of Gibraltar has said that Grand Casemates Square will be equipped with a big screen and sound system for fans to watch the match. Kick off is at 7.45pm.

12:41

Gibraltar

Change of flags in Gibraltar to mark Commonwealth Day

Debbie Bartlett

The Commonwealth flag could be seen flying in Gibraltar last weekend instead of the EU flag, to commemorate Commonwealth Day. In the past, the Commonwealth flag was only flown outside No. 6 Convent Place, but last year it was decided to make the ... change all over Gibraltar. The EU flag was raised again on Tuesday.

12:26

Gibraltar

HMS Duncan on a short visit to Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

HMS Duncan was in Gibraltar on Thursday, for a routine logistics visit. This impressive Type 45 destroyer recently sailed from her home port in Portsmouth for a six-month operational deployment. Initially she will be operating in the

11:48

Gibraltar

The ban on single-use plastic is now being enforced in Gibraltar

DEBBIE BARTLETT

A ban on the import and export of commercial quantities of single-use plastic items came into force in Gibraltar on Thursday, after legislation was introduced to comply with an EU regulation that certain single-use plastic products should be ... including their lids, drink stirrers, polystyrene food containers and toothpicks. These are the items which can no longer be brought into Gibraltar in commercial quantities, but that is just the start: by the end of July 2021 an even wider range of ... single-use plastic items will be banned in every country in the EU. The new legislation in Gibraltar will not affect commercial quantities of these items which have already been ordered and will arrive before the end of the year, as long as proof of

15:07

Gibraltar

Two detained at Gibraltar airport with fake IDs

Debbie Bartlett

Officers from Gibraltar's Special Branch arrested two Albanians at the airport on 20 February, following suspicions over flights which had been booked to the UK. They were detained before boarding a flight to Manchester. One of the men, aged 50, was ... using a falsified Greek ID document and the other, aged 24, had a fake French passport. As citizens of a country for which a visa is required to enter Gibraltar, they were detained for being there without valid authority, in contravention of the

15:05

Gibraltar

Gibraltar Young Artists exhibition now open

Debbie Bartlett

Entries for the Gibraltar Young Artists competition can now be seen at the John Mackintosh Hall, on weekdays from 9.30am to 9pm until 8 March. Forty-one artists submitted a total of seventy-nine works for the event. The Ministry of Culture prize

15:04

Gibraltar

Charity padel tournament raises funds for Childline

Debbie Bartlett

World Trade Center Gibraltar and Regus have raised over £300 as they held their first ever charity padel tournament in aid of Childline. The event demonstrated fantastic community spirit, with 32 players participating from different companies in

13:16

Gibraltar

8 June 1969: Franco closes Gibraltar border

DEBBIE BARTLETT

On 8 June 1969 Spain closed the border with Gibraltar. The decision came when General Franco was angered at the prospect of Gibraltar's new Constitution. He feared this would negatively effect Spain's sovereignty claim over the Rock, which had been ... ceded to Britain in perpetuity under the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713. According to the press of the time, which of course was State-controlled, the drastic decision to close the border and cut off all types of communication with Gibraltar was welcomed ... by the Spanish population. There was certainly a great deal of gleeful rabble-rousing in the newspapers: the 8 June edition of SUR, for example, proclaimed that from the next day Gibraltar would be forced to halt all construction work because it

13:11

Gibraltar

Andrea Bocelli in concert in Gibraltar on 9 September

D.BARTLETT

10,000 people. Bocelli, who is reported to be the the biggest-selling solo classical artist of all time with over 90 million worldwide album sales, will be performing with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra as part of Gibraltar's National Week ... Celebrations. It will be his first visit to Gibraltar, and forms part of his world tour. Those lucky enough to have tickets will be able to enjoy a unique repertoire from Bocelli's landmark release "Si" - his first ever chart-topping album on the Billboard ... 200 chart. The world-renowned tenor will also treat audiences to his beloved traditional selection of arias, love songs and crossover hits. Gibraltar's chief minister, Fabian Picardo, says he is delighted that Andrea Bocelli will be in Gibraltar as

12:07

Gibraltar

Government bans the sale of drinks in plastic bottles at Nature Reserve

DEBBIE BARTLETT

As part of its measures to protect the environment, the Gibraltar government is to prohibit the sale or distribution of drinks in plastic bottles within the Nature Reserve with effect from 1 July. This is one of several steps the government is ... taking to reduce plastic waste in Gibraltar, and the measure has the full support of the three companies that sell drinks in the Nature Reserve. In a statement the MH Bland company, which runs the Cable Car, says: "MH Bland and the Cable Car are ... for the Environment and Climate, stresses that the initiative sends out another important message about Gibraltar's responsibility to the environment. "I am particularly pleased to have experienced the full cooperation of the three businesses in

18:16

Gibraltar

LNG tested in Gibraltar homes for the first time

Debbie Bartlett

In an exciting step forward in terms of energy, households in Gibraltar have used electricity generated by Liquefied Natural Gas for the first time ever. For the half-hour between 11.45am and 12.15pm last Saturday, Engine No5 generated power and ... for Energy, said, "These are the cleanest, least polluting 5mw of electricity ever produced in Gibraltar. Gibraltar must be proud of what we are achieving here."

18:14

Gibraltar

Gib international chess festival gets under way

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar international chess festival began on Tuesday 22 January, and will continue until Thursday 31st. Several star players are competing for the £25,000 first prize, including top seed Maxime Vachier-Lagrave, the sixth best player in the

13:19

Gibraltar

Gibraltar artist accepted for Royal Academy exhibition

Debbie Bartlett

‘Rock of Ages’, a work by Gibraltar artist Paul Cosquieri, has been selected for the prestigious 2019 Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition. Approximately 13,000 works were submitted this year, but only 700 were accepted. The summer show is the ... and events in the UK in recent years. The Gibraltar government’s Ministry of Culture will be assisting him with funds towards the cost of transporting the artwork to the UK for the Royal Academy exhibition.

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