Monday, August 3, 2020


Secret tunnels, mafia bosses and tacky decor: Inside the illegal luxury urbanisations dubbed ‘Narcoville’ near Spain’s Costa del Sol

There are now several urbanisations containing up to 10 homes each, all of them built with cash earned from the smuggling of tobacco or drugs, police claim

Gibraltar Government to hold police chief retirement inquiry to reveal truth

THE Chief Minister has agreed to the call for an inquiry by the former Commissioner for Police Ian McGrail who claimed it was in the public interest.

Mask rebels will get £100 fines as Gibraltar stays in relaxed lockdown

CHIEF Minister Fabian Picardo confirmed today that Phase 6 restrictions would continue 'for the moment' as mask fines were brought in.

Music video clip recorded in La Linea drug smuggler’s home

AN Algeciras musician has used the home of a drug smuggler as the setting for a music video released last year, it has been revealed.

Gibraltar government sells off £20m property to local company

AN underground car park and dockyard warehouse are being bought up as storage for vehicles to be exported abroad by the Bassadone Group.

Former Gibraltar police chief pushes for independent inquiry into his exit

THE former Commissioner of Police has called for an independent judicial inquiry into his early retirement by a UK judge.

Gibraltar works out police, customs and environment with Spain after Brexit

TWO of the committees set up to find a way for Gibraltar to work with Spain from January 1 met today at the Garrison Library for the second round of talks.

Tiger mosquito is on the prowl in Gibraltar by day, warns government

GIBRALTARIANS have been warned to protect themselves from the tiger mosquito that has been on the Rock for a few years, adding to the common Culex variety.

Rock Unlock cancelled after growth of COVID-19 in Gibraltar and nearby area

FIVE active cases of the virus in Gibraltar are all believed to have been brought in by visitors from the UK, with the Rock staying at Phase 6 of unlocking.

Gibraltar estate agent gets whopping £5,000 fine as rules tighten

AN estate agent on the Rock was fined £5,000 under money laundering were put into action by the Office of Fair Trading.

Spanish Foreign Minister warns Gibraltar could suffer from EU-UK ‘no deal’

THE Spanish Foreign Minister said that she wants a 'win-win result' but it depended on the UK's talks with the European Union in her visit to the area.

Gibraltar aims to solve COVID-19 problems with global online event

BLOCKCHAIN experts from around the world will take on some of the health, economic and social issues created by the pandemic in an August online event.

Gibraltar plans for second wave as four COVID-19 cases are detected

FOUR COVID-19 cases are currently active on the Rock, with the Chief Minister suggesting the pandemic is 'far from over' as autumn arrives.

Gibraltar targets visitors from Spain who are looking for ‘Britishness’

A new marketing campaign has been launched by the Gibraltar Government to create more tourism from surrounding areas within Spain.

Gibraltar poo patrol returns after COVID-19 hiatus

In 2018, one irresponsible owner was fined £350 at the Magistrates' Court after admitting she had not cleaned up after her dog

Gibraltar elderly enjoy golden times as COVID-19 gives them pooling power

EVERY cloud has a silver lining and the dark times of the COVID-19 pandemic have given the elderly something they never expected, as the pictures show.