Teacher accused of ‘sexual activity with a child’ in Gibraltar

A LOCAL teacher is appearing in court on May 4 to answer to five counts of sexual activity with a child between 2018 and 2020.

Man gets prison for driving wrong way up Gibraltar street

A LOCAL man who drove the wrong direction up a one way street causing £10,000 of damage in Gibraltar has been sent to prison for six weeks.

Police raid illegal steroid suppliers in Gibraltar Campo and arrest 21 people

MUSCLE cheats will be reeling after raids on anabolic steroid suppliers in La Linea and other parts of Spain that led to 21 arrests.

Police warn Gibraltar and Campo WhatsApp users of costly scam

POLICE are warning Gibraltar and Campo residents of an instant messaging scam that could lead to financial loss.

Gibraltar man gets jail for ‘worst case of animal cruelty in 32 years’

A LOCAL man will go to prison for eight months after a court found he had badly treated his dog before it died.

The discreet service at Morrison’s in Gibraltar that everyone should know about

A GIBRALTAR supermarket chain is helping those struggling to get access to sanitary product by offering free tampons and pads to customers.  Morrisons has been...

First ever corneal transplant in Gibraltar brings hope for the future

SURGEONS have performed an eye operation in Gibraltar that could spell the end of stressful UK journeys to fix a common medical problem.

Gibraltar Government hits back at Opposition over housing waiting lists

THE GSLP/Liberals are planning to provide 4,000 family homes by the end of their this term, justifying their socialist credentials.

Suspected cocaine supplier arrested coming into Gibraltar from Spain

A LA LINEA man found with £1200 worth of cocaine while riding into Gibraltar has been arrested and charged on drug trafficking offences.

Gibraltar can now discover a COVID-19 strain in days, not months

GIBRALTAR scientists will now be able to identify the strain of any COVID-19 case within 72 hours, its government has announced.

Hash smugglers used teenagers as mules in Gibraltar Campo bust

A POLICE investigation has found how hash smugglers are using teenagers to help unload bales and act as lookouts in Algeciras.

Elderly can get daily visits at nursing homes in Gibraltar from today

FAMILY and friends will now be able to visit their elderly relatives at Gibraltar nursing homes every day of the week if vaccinated.

In person GP appointments return to Gibraltar as pandemic recedes

RESIDENTS of Gibraltar could be able to get a check-up with their regular GP very soon as the health department started to return to normality.

Family and friends can all get together in Gibraltar thanks to vaccines

THERE are now no longer any limits on the amount of people that can get together in Gibraltar for the first time since the pandemic started.

Rent cuts for Gibraltar businesses extended to May after Chamber protest

BUSINESSES got the reprieve they were asking for when the government decided to continue offering rental discounts until the end of May.

Police strike at ‘heart’ of six hash smuggling gangs in Gibraltar Campo

SIX criminal groups suspected of laundering €2.5 million of hash smuggling profits have been shut down in a large police operation.

Man who had illegal store of tobacco fined £118,000 in Gibraltar

A GIBRALTAR court has slapped a £118,000 fine on a man who had stored nearly 4,000 cartons of tobacco intended for smuggling.

Gibraltar holiday-makers warned of COVID-19 and Brexit issues before booking

GIBRALTAR'S business watchdog is warning wannabe local holiday-makers of how COVID-19 and Brexit could affect their plans this summer.

Gibraltar smuggling network with links to latest Canary Island migrant deaths dismantled

A CRIMINAL gang spread across the Gibraltar region has been dismantled by police and charged for the death of four migrants off the Canary...

Gibraltar Ministers pay homage to Duke of Edinburgh and his Rock links

TRIBUTES to the Duke of Edinburgh, who passed away on April 9, have been flowing in all week at the Convent’s Book of Condolence.

Businesses need rent discounts until June, says Gibraltar business group

THE Chamber of Commerce has disagreed with the government’s decision to stop BEAT COVID rental discounts for businesses early..

Royal salutes in Gibraltar mark Prince Philip’s death aged 99

GUN salutes were fired across Gibraltar to mark the death of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, who passed away on April 9 aged...

Man charged with attacking and injuring local woman in Gibraltar

A MAN who is accused of attacking a local woman appeared at the Magistrate’s Court this morning after being arrested yesterday.

BREAKING: Mask rules relaxed and all gatherings allowed in Gibraltar

PUBLIC health chiefs have allowed further easing of restrictions to go ahead as Gibraltar reported no active COVID-19 cases among residents.

Gibraltar gets new flight connection with London City Airport from June

FLIGHTS from Gibraltar to London City Airport will begin on June 25 taking passengers and cargo to the heart of the UK capital.

Smuggler who fell off a fast launch rescued and arrested in Gibraltar

A PERSON who fell off a speedboat trying to escape Customs officers at sea was rescued and charged with smuggling offences.





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