Tuesday, October 20, 2020


Gibraltar celebrates sustainable culture with latest award ceremony

A TOTAL of 12 winners were announced for the Gibraltar Sustainability Awards last night judged by UN goals.

Two new COVID-19 cases at Gibraltar schools send more into self-isolation

OVER 30 people are in self-isolation after new COVID-19 cases were found at Bishop Fitzgerald and Westside schools today.

Annual drama festival still to be held in Gibraltar despite COVID-19

THE annual Gibraltar Drama Festival will take place at Ince's Hall from March 15 to 20, with or without a live audience, said the government.

Royal Navy speeds in to stop Spanish Customs boarding boat in Gibraltar Bay

A SPANISH Customs boat was escorted from the Bay of Gibraltar after attempting to board a private vessel. Footage...

Talks with Spain and UK over Gibraltar’s EU connection continue

THE crucial frontier situation and other issues will be discussed in Gibraltar today and tomorrow in the Campo with Spanish officials.

Gibraltar prepares for no deal new year issues as deadline closes in

WITH just a week left for the UK to secure a post-Brexit deal, Gibraltar is getting ready for the worst with the frontier likely to suffer.

Over 1,000 COVID-19 tests a day planned in Gibraltar as worst case scenario looms

A PLAN to carry out 1,000 COVID-19 tests a day was announced today by Gibraltar's Chief Minister in a live press conference.

Suspected drug lord is now in prison after being on the run for 18 months

A TOP alleged hashish smuggler has been jailed after handing himself in at a police station in Gibraltar's neighbouring town.

Gibraltar authorities urge public ‘to work as one’ to beat COVID-19

THE general public must work with the contact tracing department ‘in a supreme effort’ to overcome COVID-19 on the Rock.

COVID-19 planning ramped up as Gibraltar talks with British ex-colonies

GIBRALTAR’S top-ranking Platinum Command met virtually this morning to discuss the growing COVID-19 infection spread.

Government hits back at Gibraltar caterers ‘cliff-edge’ claim

FINANCIAL help for bars, cafes and restaurant during the winter pandemic is ‘fair and reasonable', said the government.

Six arrested after money laundering raids in Gibraltar Campo

CASH, cars and valuables were seized in the operation against money laundering in La Linea and San Roque throughout today.

Third round of talks on Gibraltar after Brexit takes place in October

LA Linea will be the setting of the third round of meetings over Gibraltar’s relationship with the EU after Brexit later on in the month.

Cocaine haul seemingly missed by Gibraltar police seized in Turkey

A FREIGHT tanker from Colombia that had already been searched by RGP was seized by Turkish authorities with a haul of just...

UK political and policing ties beefed up in latest developments

ALLIES of Gibraltar in the UK Parliament were briefed yesterday on the latest news from post-Brexit talks with Spain.

COVID-19 hits highest numbers in Gibraltar as four schools report cases

POSITIVE cases was reported at the Notre Dame Lower Primary, St Anne’s Upper Primary, Bayside and Westside schools.

Alleged illegal shopper and cigarette smuggler arrested this week

A BRITISH man who allegedly went on a £1,000 shopping trip around Gibraltar and a presumed smuggler have been arrested

Gibraltar ice rink to be replaced by a climbing wall as costs mount

THE ice rink at the Leisure Centre is too expensive to maintain and will be dismantled shortly, said the Gibraltar Government.

New COVID-19 case at Gibraltar school sends 20 into self-isolation

ANOTHER case of COVID-19 has been found at at a Gibraltar school as numbers continued to rise on the Rock to 49 in latest figures.

Gibraltar takes on ‘Bre-vid’ perfect storm in LibDem debate

A ‘PERFECT storm’ is brewing with the combination of Brexit and COVID-19, according to the Deputy Chief Minister.

Gibraltar launches flu vaccine campaign over COVID-19 fears

THE largest flu vaccination campaign in Gibraltar’s history was launched today over its possible impact with COVID-19.

COVID-19 could cost Gibraltar up to £150 Million by June 2021

THE COVID-19 crisis will leave a £150 Million hole in Gibraltar coffers, up to June 2021, the Chief Minister announced in Parliament today.

Gibraltar keeps active COVID-19 cases low among Campo surges

GIBRALTAR now has 26 active cases while the nearby area has nearly 700 infected people from the COVID-19 pandemic that has swept the world.

Chief Minister condemns ‘antisemitic’ comments about TG leader

A STRING of racist comments against Member of Parliament Marlene Hassan Nahon has been rebuked by the Chief Minister.

REVEALED: How Rifaat Al-Assad brutally ‘plundered Syria’ and spent millions of black cash on property, yachts and a PLANE...

A former general told investigators: “Rifaat was the superior head of the entire intelligence system...in Syria he was almost God”

Gibraltar Campo narcos are surrounded, says Spain Interior Minister

DRUG traffickers in the Gibraltar Campo do not have anywhere to go, said the Spanish Interior Minister in La Moncloa.