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22:17

Opinion

All that scum

Héctor Barbotta

...the Campo de Gibraltar area who have been pushed further east by police pressure. And there are the brawls among drunkards who, in line with the sector in which they develop their, let's say, professional activity, go around armed with guns to be

13:22

Gibraltar

Gibrlatar's National Archive celebrates 50 years

Debbie Bartlett

An exhibition to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Gibraltar National Archive will be taking place at the Fine Arts Gallery from 5 to 23 November. The exhibition, which is organised by the present archivist, Anthony Pitaluga, will be

13:07

Gibraltar

Sky Princess makes first visit to Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

The Sky Princess cruise ship is currently on her maiden voyage and Gibraltar was one of the stops on her itinerary this week. The ship set off from Athens and will finish its cruise in Rome on 3 November. Gibraltar's new minister for Tourism,

13:05

Gibraltar

Some Gib locals can vote in upcoming UK election

Debbie Bartlett

British citizens who moved from the UK to Gibraltar in the past 15 years will be able to vote in the British general election on 12 December. They can register to vote in the UK as an overseas voter as long as they are a British or eligible Irish

16:20

Gibraltar

EU Commission approves Gibraltar business measures

Debbie Bartlett

The European Commission announced this week that it had approved the umbrella measures taken in Gibraltar to support business and employment during and after the coronavirus pandemic, a move which was welcomed by the Gibraltar government. The ... Gibraltar authorities were required to notify the Commission of the details of the scheme under the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU), and the Commission found the measures to be compatible with the TFEU under the terms of the Temporary ... Government to Parliament recently. It is not, the authorities have stressed, a grant of £100 million awarded by the EU to Gibraltar. Member States of the European Union have taken emergency measures to assist businesses as a result of COVID-19, and

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.

11:32

Gibraltar

Gibraltar Police Commissioner announces retirement

Debbie Bartlett

The Police Commissioner in Gibraltar, Ian McGrail, announced on Tuesday that he is retiring after 36 years in the police service. In 2006, he became Gibraltar's youngest ever Chief Inspector and took up the post of Commissioner two years ago, in

16:00

Gibraltar

Gibraltar government launches hard-hitting campaign as coronavirus cases rise

Debbie Bartlett

The number of active Covid-19 cases in Gibraltar had risen to nine on Friday (seven residents and two visitors), bringing the total since the pandemic began to 193. A total of 10.126 tests have been carried out so far in frontline, targeted and ... systematic sampling, and 163 people are currently in self-isolation for varying reasons. "Covid kills" The Gibraltar government on Friday launched a hard-hitting campaign designed to drive home the importance of being cautious given the continuing ... number of parties and gatherings taking place at this time of the year. The government said there was a direct connection between partying and socialising, particularly in Spain, and the number of confirmed cases in Gibraltar. Of the three new cases

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