Tuesday, November 29, 2022


Is land reclamation or dredging damaging La Linea beaches?

Row brewing over controversial land reclamation programme

Appeal for MISSING Sotogrande expat who works in Gibraltar

Lisa Brown, originally from Scotland, has not been seen since Wednesday, November 4

WATCH: Most diesel oil now removed from beached OS 35 bulker as barges focus on pumping out fuel oil

BARGES set about pumping out fuel oil after most of the diesel was finally pumped clear from the beached OS 35 bulk carrier at...

REVEALED: Portuguese Man ‘O’ War can still sting even after being beached

After deadly sea creatures that have the potential to kill dogs or children were spotted lying on beaches in Gibraltar, an marine expert speaks up.

Not strictly legit!

Ex-lover of Holby City star Laila Rouass has been jailed for nine years in a £250m VAT fraud

Gibraltar welcomes ship famed for recovery of doomed EgyptAir flight and now on its way to fight pirates

GIBRALTAR Naval Base has welcomed the RFA Lyme Bay, a ship that assisted in the recovery of EgyptAir Flight 804 which crashed into the...

Gibraltar Government urges extra care at beaches while COVID cases rise

There are not enough fully-trained lifeguards to start taking care of the beaches, said the Chief Minister after a few sea rescues in recent days.

Gibraltar manager becomes football commentator at Indian national TV station

A former football manager from Gibraltar will be commentating on matches for an Indian national TV station after winning the league with his club.

Gibraltar wedding fair set for Rock Hotel

The wedding fair will take place at the Rock Hotel on Saturday 17, October

Snooker stars heading to Gibraltar for Rock’s first world tournament

The Gibraltar Open will feature a host of top snooker talent from December 11-13

Miss Gibraltar is the People’s Choice!

Miss Gibraltar won the People's Choice Awards

La Linea tops Spanish air pollution blacklist

The World Heath Organisation names and shames the most polluted cities

William Hill employee accused of reckless gamble

Court set to hear how betting firm employee stole £75,000 from William Hill

Al-Qaeda terrorists urged to target Gibraltar

Jihadis target oil rigs and cargo ships passing through the Strait of Gibraltar

Gibraltar monkeys get their very own swimming pools

The works are intended to discourage monkeys from disturbing urban areas

COVID-19 caused by nature disdain, says Gibraltar Government

The COVID-19 pandemic is a reminder we need to care for nature like we care for ourselves, said the Gibraltar Government on World Environment Day.

Lennon returns to the Rock

John Lennon's son, Julian, is set to visit Gibraltar next month

Well-loved British journalist remembered in Gibraltar

Chief Minister Fabian Picardo honours David Eade in UN speech

Facial recognition cameras installed at Gibraltar Airport

Software in the cameras creates a biometric map of the points on a person’s face

Saxon to headline HardnHeavy rock festival in Gibraltar

The festival on June 27 celebrates its tenth anniversary

Seven migrant boats rescued in the Strait of Gibraltar in just ONE day

THE deadly Moroccan-Spanish migrant route is only increasing in popularity with the Spanish coastguard rescuing SEVEN boats on Saturday. Over 150 migrants were pulled from...

IN PICS: World’s largest sailboat becomes first cruise ship to dock in Gibraltar since pandemic hit

THE Wind Surf cruise ship glided majestically into port on the Rock for a short day trip, the first cruise to dock in Gibraltar...

Gibraltar unveils ‘fastest boat in the bay’ to combat smugglers

THE 'fastest boat in the bay' has started patrolling off Gibraltar. It was unveiled on March 2 at Customs House and Chief Minister Fabian Picardo...

Podemos Cadiz to forge links with Gibraltar

Juan Antonio Delgado told supporters a relationship with Gibraltar is crucial to the area’s economic and social prosperity

Illegal tuna fisherman gets hefty fine in Gibraltar after escaping the law

A SPANISH man who fled from Gibraltar police after being asked for his tuna fishing licence has been fined £2,000 at court today.




MASTER CHIEF: Gibraltar political leaders cook up a storm at soup kitchen and show their human side

TWO of Gibraltar’s top politicians took a break from international politics and hot TV debates to prepare food at a local soup kitchen. Founder of...


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