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10:04

Gibraltar

Governor says Queen is proud of Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

In his first Christmas message since becoming Governor of Gibraltar, Lieutenant General Edward Davis thanked the local population for the warm and friendly welcome he and his wife Lorraine had received from the very first moment they arrived on the ... stead in the future. There may be challenges ahead for global Gibraltar, he said, but those attributes will overcome them, and the spirit, prosperity and reputation of the Rock will be maintained. He stressed his conviction that "Her Majesty The Queen ... will be as proud of Gibraltar in 2017 as she is in 2016."

10:04

Gibraltar

Government denies claims that it will buy water from Spain

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar government has announced that it has no plans to buy water from the Mancomunidad de Municipios del Campo de Gibraltar, following reports in the Spanish press that Gibraltar was considering a contract of this type. An article last ... month in a regional newspaper called Europa Sur claimed that Luis Ángel Fernández, the president of the Mancomunidad, had said at a breakfast meeting with Europa Sur representatives last week that a proposal had been made to the Gibraltar government for ... received no such proposal and in any case has no intention of reaching any agreements which make Gibraltar dependent on any Spanish public authority for any essential services. Gibraltar does have some areas of collaboration with the Mancomunidad

10:04

Gibraltar

Electronic ID cards now cost £25

D. B.

From January 1st, a new electronic ID card in Gibraltar will cost £25 and renewals or changes of name or address will cost £10. This is the first time a charge has been made for a new electronic ID card since they came into force in July 2015.

13:52

Gibraltar

Chess festival takes place this month

Debbie Bartlett

The Tradewise Gibraltar Chess Festival will be taking place from 23 January to 2 February this year, and will once again be held at the Caleta Hotel. The chess festival has been described by the Financial Times as "the strongest and

13:52

Gibraltar

Brexit features strongly in New Year Message

DEBBIE BARTLETT

In his New Year message this year, deputy chief minister Dr Joseph Garcia, who is also the leader of the Liberal Party, reminded the people of Gibraltar that 2017 marks the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Referendum, which was the first time they were ... are all working together in order to safeguard Gibraltar's position," he said. "You can rest assured that your Government will leave no stone unturned in order to safeguard and protect the interests of Gibraltar in the coming negotiations". He went ... There is no point in having futile arguments about labels. Everyone in Gibraltar knows that Brexit comes down to fluid access through the border and to access to the Single Market and to the UK Market in particular. We have already taken great strides to

09:21

Gibraltar

Yanito - a tale of two languages

ASH Bolton

For any English speakers who have visited Gibraltar, there’s a good chance you’ve stumbled into a ‘Spanglish’ conversation. Maybe you’ve been greeted with a warming “buenos morning” while walking into a shop on Main Street. Or perhaps like me ... Yanito (or Llanito) in this linguistically rich region. This curious mixture of Andalusian Spanish and British English is peppered with vocabulary from Genoese, Hebrew, Maltese, French and Portuguese - thanks to the fascinating history of Gibraltar ... . Yanito also borrows words from Haketia, a Judeo-Spanish language once spoken by Sephardic Jews in Northern Morocco, Ceuta and Melilla. Today, the language is spoken in Gibraltar by the Llanitos, which is what the Gibraltarians call themselves, and also by

10:12

Gibraltar

Royal Navy fires warning flares at Spanish research ship

Debbie Bartlett

...attempted to drop a sonar buoy into the sea but were prevented by an inflatable speedboat from the Gibraltar Squadron. Those who saw the incident reported that the Spanish vessel was manoeuvering in an “aggressive” manner and “harassing” the British ... ship. However, Gibraltar’s chief minister, Fabian Picardo, said that he had discussed all the tactical decisions taken and was satisfied that they had been “designed to demonstrate untrammelled sovereignty jurisdiction and control over BGTW.” In a

10:12

Gibraltar

Brexit is raising the profile of Gibraltar in the European Union, says Minister

Debbie Bartlett

Dr Joseph García, who is Gibraltar’s deputy chief minister and also holds the Brexit porfolio, has been in Brussels for talks this week and says that the wider complex issues surrounding Brexit have helped to raise the profile of Gibraltar in the ... affected by the referendum result. “These and other meetings in Brussels have shown that there is considerable interest in Gibraltar as well as considerable sympathy following the referendum result. It is important to exchange views with others who are also ... interests of all concerned; in our circumstances it is also in the best interests of Gibraltar and of Spain too,” he said.

10:12

Gibraltar

Jimena’s long-awaited ‘Casa de la Memoria Histórica’ opens

Debbie Bartlett

Members of the Gibraltar government were among those invited to the inauguration of the ‘Casa de la Memoria La Sauceda’ in Jimena de la Frontera last Friday. This project to commemorate victims of Francoism during the civil war is the culmination ... of years of effort by the Foro por la Memoria del Campo de Gibraltar and the Asociación de Familiares de Represaliados por el Franquismo de La Sauceda y El Marrufo (Association of Relatives of those who suffered Reprisals from Francoism at La Sauceda