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19:47

Gibraltar

Gorham's Cave is out of bounds for visitors

Debbie Bartlett

Following two incursions this week by kayakers into the Gorham's Cave complex, which is a protected World Heritage Site, the authorities have issued a reminder that it is an offence to land on Governor's Beach and/or access the caves. The penalties r

19:29

Gibraltar

The silver lining in the Covid-19 cloud

Debbie Bartlett

Coronavirus has become a dreaded word for people all over the world but, as the saying goes, every cloud has a silver lining and some good has come out of the Covid-19 crisis in the shape of eight-year-old Jake Torres from Gibraltar, who has written ... and supporters live in or are from Gibraltar, and most of its fundraising events take place there. It has recently distributed 40 wash kits to the Regent Village community in Sierra Leone to help in the fight against the coronavirus. Rifcom ... (www.rifcom.org) was set up by volunteers in Gibraltar and Spain who in 2008, after witnessing at first hand the poverty among communities in the Moroccan Rif mountains, decided to do something to help. And as its name suggests, the Helpmelearnafrica charity

19:25

Gibraltar

Brexit rears its head again with Specialised Committee meeting

DEBBIE BARTLETT

...transition period which is due to expire on 31 December this year, despite the EU indicating this week that it would be prepared to accept a two-year extension if the UK so wished. Attorney General M. Llamas.SUR Gibraltar is, of course, affected by ... first Specialised Committee on Gibraltar, which was established under the UK-EU Withdrawal Agreement, met for the first time, by videoconference This is one of six such committees that were established by the Withdrawal Treaty. The others are on ... Northern Ireland, the Sovereign Bases in Cyprus, Citizens' Rights, Financial Provisions and Other Separation Provisions. The Committee on Gibraltar, and all the others, comprise officials from the UK and the EU, which are the two signatories. The

13:04

Gibraltar

Eight cross-border workers test positive for Covid-19 in Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

Testing for coronavirus which is being carried out in Gibraltar has detected several cross-border workers who have proven positive, most of them employed in the care sector. This is now reflected in the daily figures issued by the government, ... showing how many people are currently infected and how many have had the virus and recovered. On Thursday, the figure for current positive cases was 11, of whom eight are cross-border workers. Because they were identified in Gibraltar, they are included ... in the figures there although they are now isolating at home in Spain. They are not included in the Spanish figures. There have been no deaths in Gibraltar from Covid-19.

13:55

Gibraltar

Gibraltar postage rates to go up next month

SUR

Postage will be more expensive in Gibraltar from 1 June as rates are to be put up for the first time since 2014. Standard local post up to 50g will cost 30 pence, and 60 pence for letters to Spain. An air mail letter weighing less than 20g to

17:10

LifeStyle

22 May 1940: Gibraltar is evacuated in the Second World War

Debbie Bartlett

It is a largely unknown fact that during WW2 the British government decided to turn Gibraltar into a fortress to stop Hitler and Franco seizing it, and ordered all women, children, the elderly and infirm to be evacuated to make room for the troops. ... the ships with food and water, and the evacuees were physically forced on board. The problem was that Britain didn't know what to do with them. Refused permission to disembark in Gibraltar, they were forced to travel across the Atlantic to avoid the ... the war was over, due to lack of accommodation and medical facilities, the Gibraltar authorities had to stagger the repatriation of the people, and it took until 1951 to bring them all home. Many Gibraltarians in London were moved to Northern Ireland

16:34

Gibraltar

Gibraltar museum's virtual Open Day was a great success

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar National Museum may have been closed, but nothing was going to stop it holding its annual Open Day and the virtual version proved a huge success. On the day its Facebook site had a reach of 15,745, which was 152 per cent up on the ... restrictions are lifted. There is also good news for those in Gibraltar who want to visit the museum in person: this will soon be possible but by appointment only.

16:24

Gibraltar

New Governor of Gibraltar appointed

Debbie Bartlett

It was announced this week that the new Governor of Gibraltar is to be Vice-Admiral Sir David Steel KBE, DL, who will be taking up his new post in June. Sir David retired from a full career in the Royal Navy as a Vice Admiral and as Second Sea ... Lord, and like Gibraltar's chief minister Fabian Picardo, is also a Master of the Bench at the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple, one of four Inns of Court in England and Wales. In response to the announcement, the Gibraltar government issued a ... statement welcoming the news, and Mr Picardo said all in Gibraltar would be looking forward to welcoming Sir David to the Rock next month.

16:22

Gibraltar

Gibraltar continues to ease the lockdown restrictions

Debbie Bartlett

With the number of active Covid-19 cases down to low single figures for some time, Gibraltar is now taking further steps to 'Unlock The Rock' from the strict restrictions which have been in force for over two months. Phase 2 of the plan began on ... Monday and from today, Friday 22 May, people are still advised to stay at home but are no longer obliged to do so other than for certain essential purposes. All being well, Phase 3 is due to begin on 1 June, when Gibraltar will formally stand down from