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12:42

Gibraltar

Chief Minister: asylum-seeker reports are 'groundless'

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar government was quick to refute claims in some UK media this week that the British Home Office was considering sending asylum-seekers to Gibraltar and elsewhere for processing. In a statement issued hours after the story appeared, the

18:18

Opinion

Adiós Twitter

Mark Nayler

...criticisms come just ahead of Madrid's regional election on 4 May, in which social media, especially Twitter, will play an instrumental role. That's to say, it will ceaselessly generate fake news and rumours, and enable online "personalities" to circulate

19:25

Local

Vaccination hoax reported to the police after 4,000 turn up for coronavirus jabs

JOSÉ LUIS PIEDRA

The Junta de Andalucía is to report a vaccination hoax that went viral to the police. On Thursday, 1 April, about 2,000 people fell for the fake news and turned up for coronavirus jabs in Seville without prior appointments. The hoax message had ... said that anyone over 80 who wanted to be vaccinated could do so only by showing at the vaccination point that the Andalusian Health Service had setup in the Sadus university sports centre in the Los Bermejales district. The fake news caused the

14:37

Gibraltar

New governor gets out and about on the Rock

Debbie Bartlett

The new Governor of Gibraltar, Vice Admiral Sir David Steel, has been busy getting to know the local facilities and meeting residents in the few weeks since taking up his post. This week he made an official visit to the air terminal as part of his

11:35

Gibraltar

Gibraltar's new governor arrives to take up his post

Debbie Bartlett

The new Governor of Gibraltar, Vice Admiral Sir David Steel, arrived on Wednesday 10 June to move into his official residence, The Convent, and take up his post. He was welcomed at the airport by chief minister Fabian Picardo, the acting Governor

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 M

16:24

Gibraltar

New Governor of Gibraltar appointed

Debbie Bartlett

...statement welcoming the news, and Mr Picardo said all in Gibraltar would be looking forward to welcoming Sir David to the Rock next month.

20:41

Travel

Travel is dead! Long live travel!

Andrew Forbes

...roadmap' could help Malaga province have a much better summer season that initially expected. But before I look at the good news, here's the bad news. In short, unreliable 'travel corridors', growing red lists, self-isolation, obligatory quarantine ... Now the good news Ok, so here's the good news I promised. There is clearly a huge 'pent up' demand for travel that when it is realised will contribute to a rapid rebound, helping Malaga province recuperate. If anything, the ups and downs of last ... great news, as the UK tourists are crucial to the revival of the Costa del Sol's hospitality sector, and all the employment and wealth it creates in southern Spain. What's more, the EU might catch up on vaccines. Here in the south of Spain, the Junta

15:00

Gibraltar

Cruise ship calls in to Gib on for fuel and supplies

Debbie Bartlett

The cruise liner Viking Sea made a short visit to Gibraltar on Wednesday to take on fuel and supplies and dispose of waste. This was a purely technical call, as the ship was carrying no passengers and the crew were not permitted to disembark due t

17:45

Gibraltar

Former Gibraltar governors offer words of support during Covid-19 crisis

Debbie Bartlett

Seven former Governors of Gibraltar have sent a letter to the population expressing their support in the face of the global coronavirus epidemic. The letter, signed by Lord Luce, Sir David Durie, Sir Francis Richards, Lieutenant General Sir Robert