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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 Composers from all over the world are invited to submit previously unpublished works, and further

13:06

Gibraltar

Europa Stadium works reveal artefacts from the 14th century

DEBBIE BARTLETT

...of Gibraltar. It is likely that this is part of the original line wall which was constructed under the instructions of Abu'l Hassan between 1333 and 1374 (when control of Gibraltar passed from Merinid to Nasrid hands). The Moorish wall has now been ... now, that has been the only evidence supporting a Moorish presence on the Europa Flats. The construction works have also revealed pieces of Moorish ceramics, which are now being studied at the Gibraltar National Museum. This reinforces the view that ... the area of Europa Flats was settled during the 14th century. Dr John Cortes, the Minister for Heritage, says that slowly but surely a picture is being built up of Gibraltar's past through such discoveries.

12:58

Gibraltar

Gibraltar goes to the polls for the EU elections

Debbie Bartlett

Electing the members of the European Parliament is still quite a novel experience for voters in Gibraltar, because although the Rock joined the EU (EEC) with the UK in 1973, its people were not able to vote in EU elections until 2004, and then only ... after a legal battle. It was after the European Parliament election of 1994 that a British resident of Gibraltar, Denise Matthews, lodged a complaint with the European Court of Human Rights, saying that as a UK citizen her right to vote had been ... violated. In 1999, in a landmark judgement, the ECHR decided that as Gibraltar is part of the EU and its people are affected by EU legislation, they should have a say in who introduces that legislation. It also ordered the British government to pay

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

13:27

Gibraltar

Exhibition to mark 50 years since the Gibraltar border was closed

DEBBIE BARTLETT

On 8 June 1969 the Spanish authorities closed the border with Gibraltar, beginning years of hardship and separated families which finally came to an end when the frontier was reopened to pedestrians at the end of 1982, and fully in 1985, as a ... condition of Spain joining what was then the EC. To mark the 50th anniversary, the Gibraltar National Archives and the Office of the Deputy Chief Minister have organised an exhibition which will take place from Tuesday 4 to Friday 14 June. The exhibition has ... broadcaster the late Mr Manolo Mascarenhas and international coverage, showing Spanish workers leaving Gibraltar for the last time, the lengthy queues to exit Gibraltar and other material of interest. Deputy chief minister Dr Joseph Garcia will be

13:35

Gibraltar

Liam Gallagher joins music festival lineup

D.B.

Former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher and his band will be performing on the main stage at the Gibraltar Calling music festival on 7 September, and fans can look forward to hearing all their Oasis favourites as well as some of Liam's new

14:48

Gibraltar

Ambitious new park project planned for Gibraltar town centre

DEBBIE BARTLETT

The Commonwealth Park project in the town centre has proven so popular that the Gibraltar government has now announced that another park is to be built in the area between the MidTown development and the King's Bastion leisure centre. The new ... other cultural events. The project will see the planting of 80 new mature trees, which will provide a shaded canopy and a new carbon sink for Gibraltar. It will also incorporate a natural children's play area featuring wood structures in keeping with ... bring more new life - in more ways than one - into the heart of Gibraltar".

10:20

Gibraltar

Sparkling Christmas at Ocean Village

Debbie Bartlett

Christmas started in style at Ocean Village this week, with a visit by Santa Claus on Tuesday evening accompanied by Disney Princess Cinderella, Star of PJ Masks and Catboy and his friendly elf for the ceremony to switch on the blue and white Christm