Wednesday, April 24, 2019


Spanish taxman investigates Gibraltar’s chief minister

Hacienda investigation launched into homes owned by Fabian Picardo and his cabinet

John Galliano anti-Semitic trial

The Gibraltarian fashion designer will go on trial this month

The Rock congratulates Queen of Gibraltar – UK’s longest-reigning monarch

The Queen surpasses her great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria's record reign of 63 years and seven months

‘BETRAYAL’: Spanish public prosecutor vows to act against the Catalan police for inaction

The Tribunal Superior de Justicia de Catalunya (TSJC) have vowed that due to the inactivity of the Catalonian Police - the Mossos d'Esquadra - during...

Saxophonist promises to return to Gibraltar

Dan Moretti performed at the International Jazz Festival on the Rock

Mobile madness in Spain

Expat sues Vodafone after being billed thousands when his phone would not stop connecting to the internet

Gibraltar is for the Brits says leading journalist

Fleet Street Fox offers her opinion on the fracas between UK and Spain

Footballing giantkiller believes home advantage and lady luck could help Gibraltar give the Irish a fright on Saturday

THE man whose goal led to one of the biggest upsets in Scottish football history believes that Gibraltar have a chance against...

UKIP launch on The Rock

The UK Independence Party has held its first official meeting in Gibraltar

Gibraltar and Spain to do battle at UK Music Festival Awards

Gibraltar Music Festival and Benicassim nominated at UK Music Festvial Awards

KILLER AIR: Andalucia Junta denounced for ‘failing’ to battle toxic air as Cadiz and Campo de Gibraltar revealed to...

          ENVIRONMENTAL groups are taking legal action against the Junta for ‘failing to tackle toxic air’ in the Campo de Gibraltar. Ecologistas en Accion has...

British expat and Windrush pensioner turning 90 in southern Spain fears being deported back to Caribbean in a no-deal...

Former black cab driver, Basil Moonilall, 89, relies heavily on Spain’s healthcare system after having a throat tumour removed

Cancer scare in Gibraltar

EU denounces the Junta for inaction over high levels of illness on the Rock

Environmentalists increase pressure to end Gibraltar National Day balloons tradition

Hundreds of people have slammed the ‘highly irresponsible’ release of 30,000 balloons from the Rock on National Day

Bullish about Gibraltar property

Property owners await bright 2014, according to report

Gibraltar’s reef is legal

The artificial reef is environmentally sound

‘I was very shaken and furious,’ says Gibraltar jet skier Dale Villa shot at by Guardia Civil

The jet skier shot at by the Guardia Civil speaks exclusively to the Olive Press

Spain spends millions on one-sided Gibraltar border improvements

Barcode scanners and expedited worker lanes will benefit exclusively Spanish citizens

Gibraltar registers 290,000 cruise ship passengers for whole of 2015

207 cruise ships will have called in at Gibraltar this year - 27 more than last year

‘Send the gun boats down to Gibraltar’, MPs tell British Government

British Government comes under increased pressure to confront Spanish 'harassment' of The Rock

Cherie Blair to speak on Gibraltar

The wife of beleaguered ex-Prime Minister Tony Blair is to give the Sir Joshua Hassan Lecture

HMS Protector docks in Gibraltar

Ice to see you

Gambling services restored after explosion at Gibraltar power station

Power is being restored to the Rock following yesterday's dramatic explosion

Gibraltar cracks down on speeding drivers

The Rock has begun installing speed cameras in hazardous locations