MASKS will not have to be worn outside Gibraltar’s town centre after very few new active cases were reported this week.
A CUSTOMS officer has been sent to prison for half a year in Gibraltar after being caught stealing import duty at the frontier checkpoint.
COVID-19 active cases in Gibraltar have gone down to just 49 today after the success of the Pfizer vaccine rollout.
ABOUT two thousand litres of oil could have gone into the sea during Friday’s oil spill, the Gibraltar Government has revealed.
A POWERFUL hashish smuggling syndicate has been dismantled this morning after 35 arrests were made in San Roque and La Linea.
THERE is ‘no evidence’ of last week’s oil spill having affected beaches in the Gibraltar Campo, according to the Gibraltar Government.
AN oil spill from a bulk carrier in the Bay of Gibraltar has reached areas of the western coastline inside the port area.
THE elderly will be free from lockdown from Monday onwards but the curfew is set to continue until mid-March.
A DOZEN suspected international cocaine traffickers are under arrest after a large police operation spanning various Andalusian cities.
COVID-19 cases have fallen to more acceptable levels ten days after the social lockdown ended and life started to return to normal.
THE curfew and elderly COVID-19 lockdown will continue for another week, the Chief Minister confirmed in Parliament today.
LA Linea has managed to halve its active COVID-19 cases this week after parents decided to stop sending their children to school.
FLIGHTS to two new locations in England will be on offer from Gibraltar in time for the summer with Eastern Airlines.
COVID-19 claimed another life yesterday as the number of cases continued to fall in Gibraltar and vaccination continued.
A-LEVEL and college students will now have priority access to the Pfizer vaccines that arrived in Gibraltar on the weekend.
THE long-awaited end of the lockdown on February 1 will not apply to the elderly, the government has announced.
SCHOOLS in Gibraltar will not open on February 1 as originally planned but three weeks later instead, the government announced.
COCAINE valued at up to £2 million was found in a ‘parasite device’ on a bulk carrier anchored outside Gibraltar port yesterday.
ANOTHER elderly person who lived in a Gibraltar nursing home has died today from COVID-19 as case numbers dropped to 453.
RACISM and discrimination must be condemned, said a Gibraltar Government minister on the anniversary of the Holocaust.
FOUR more elderly people have died in Gibraltar with COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, the government has sadly reported.
CARGO ships and tankers that use Liquid Natural Gas as their main fuel will now be able to get topped up on the Rock.
ALL shops could be allowed to re-open on February 1 with the end of the social lockdown, the Gibraltar Chief Minister has revealed.
GIBRALTAR is in mourning today as six more elderly people lost their lives as COVID-19 tore through the elderly community.
PEOPLE flying from Gibraltar to UK risk a £500 fine if they do not provide of a negative COVID-19 test certificate.
TWO more elderly people have become the latest COVID-19 victims as more vaccines jet into the Rock in the coming weeks.