Friday, September 24, 2021


Gibraltar reveals plans for a new National Theatre and Cultural Centre

THE Government of Gibraltar has unveiled plans to create a new National Theatre and Cultural Centre, at the John Mackintosh Hall complex. The project represents...

Farage branded a ‘hypocrite’ after he plans to still claim his huge EU pension

Controversial ex-leader of UKIP, Nigel Farage, has been ridiculed after stating he plans to take his bumper EU pension. "Of course I would take it....

British builder walks length of Spain with his Podenco pooch for charity

“We really need to help dogs like this and for people to change attitudes to them”

Gibraltar gets a taste of Portugal

Portuguese Food and Wine Festival to take place on August 24

Royal Marines in Gibraltar detain oil tanker on way to Syria

Fabian Picardo commended the bravery of the marines involved in the operation to detain the vessel

Man posing as Sunborn employee fraudulently acquires £1,700 worth of electrical goods in Gibraltar

Albert Jimenez was paid £50 to pose as a Sunborn employee

VIDEO: Spanish school enacts mock invasion of Gibraltar and shooting dead of ‘Brits’

Giggling Spanish students wearing military fatigues and carrying plastic guns shoot dead Union Jack-wearing 'Brits'

Our shock absorber

La Linea mayoress praises Gibraltar as she and new leader Picardo start to build bridges locally

Santa Claus arrives in the Sierra Nevada for festive frolicks

Santa Claus has paid a Christmas visit to the Sierra Nevada to launch an array of festive celebrations in the resort. St Nicholas successfully navigated...

Drug bust reveals £62,000 of hashish in Gibraltar home

A POLICE raid on a home address has led to the discovery of ten kilogrammes of cannabis resin destined to be sold on the Rock illegally.

Gibraltar barrister makes history with Spanish university

Gibraltarian barrister Charles Gomez is healing border tensions as he makes history with Spanish University honour, writes Rob Horgan

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.

Protests erupt after ‘Spain’s Alan Kurdi’ washes up on beach in southern Spain

He died with his mother when their inflatable boat sank

CAUGHT: Brit who stole €1.5million at gunpoint cornered in Tarifa after two years on the run

Interpol wanted fugitive arrested by Policia Nacional getting off a ferry from Morocco from Gibraltar's highest valued armed robbery

Making it personal – Gibraltar border chaos

Giles Brown laments border woe as Madrid seems to have found a new hate figure

Squashing squatting in Gibraltar

Authorities clamping down on illegal practice

Child porn charge for ex-Gibraltar policeman

Father of two, Jimenez has been charged with five counts of possession of indecent images, but is back on the streets after meeting the £1000 bail

BREAKING: Surprise Gibraltar elections called for October 17 by Chief Minister Fabian Picardo

Together Gibraltar told us they are 'ready' for the upcoming elections in another exclusive.

EASTER MESSAGE: Gibraltar Governor urges strength in testing times

In light of Gibraltar COVID-19 recovery numbers rising, Acting Governor Nick Pyle urges strength during difficult times in his first ever public speech.

Meet the headmaster of Gibraltar’s new independent school next week

The Rock Hotel is hosting an information evening to introduce the headmaster of Gibraltar's independent school opening September 2016

Thousands of euros confiscated at the frontier will not be returned

NEARLY €86,000 taken from a person entering Gibraltar nearly a year ago will now be added to government coffers.

New rules for e-scooters in Gibraltar as parking scheme gets green light

UNDER new laws to be discussed in parliament, e-scooters would have to be ridden by over-17s, at a max speed of 25 km/h and equipped with a bell or horn.

Christmas calamity

With memories of the Costa Concordia fresh in our memories, Gerald Miles recalls Christmas 1953 when he pulled the bodies of 55 cruise passengers out of the sea near Gibraltar

REVEALED: Why raw sewage was polluting luxury marina in Gibraltar

Gibraltar Government sources confirmed that works to fortify the main sewer forced rotten sewage to spill into the luxury marina through storm drains.

Government takes ownership for Gibraltar power outages

New generators should fix the ongoing problem.





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