Thursday, September 21, 2023


‘The closure of the border shaped us as a people,’ says Deputy Chief Minister, comparing historic event to...

Mood on the Rock harks back to the days of the border closure, says deputy chief minister

Journalists arrested for raising Spanish flag in Gibraltar

Police intervened over a suspected breach of the peace

Gibraltar International Bank wins heritage award for ‘sensitive conversion’ of its head office

Ince’s Hall, last used as a nightclub, has been carefully restored

Christmas in Gibraltar’s Ocean Village

Santa will be bringing Christmas cheer when he appears on November 30 for the Switching On Lights ceremony

‘Keep calm and carry on’ is what the EU love about the Brits

THE EU admire the Brits’ ability to keep calm and carry on, by putting the kettle on, when asked what their favourite trait about...

Police make two arrests after crowd refuses to go home at curfew

A LARGE crowd forced the hand of the RGP on Friday night in Chatham Counterguard when they refused to go home at the 1am curfew.

EXCLUSIVE: Cyclists who went from London to Gibraltar for charity open up about the trip

TWO local men who raised £27,000 for charity by cycling from London to Gibraltar spoke about surviving painful injuries to reach their goal. Ben McNulty...

EU attempts to calm border row between Gibraltar and Spain

Officials express concern over ‘clear inconvenience’ caused by delays

Gibraltar university partners with ferry company FRS to train staff and give students job placements

GIBRALTAR’S university has signed a deal with a major ferry company to train professionals and put its maritime academy students on job placements. The partnership...

Weather warnings for rain and storms this week across Gibraltar, Spain’s Costa del Sol and Axarquia

SPANISH State Meteorological Agency AEMET has issued yellow weather warnings across Western Andalucia this week. Gibraltar, the Costa del Sol and Axarquia have been warned...

Bond – Live and Let Dine!

On Saturday 7th May ,Barbary Restaurant is delighted to announce that the slapstick comedy Bond dining experience will be coming to Gibraltar! Tickets are £50...

Children fishing in Gibraltar are threatened with fines

The Rock’s budding fisherman have allegedly been slapped on the wrists by environment officials for fishing without a licence

Gibraltar leaders fly to London ahead of EU treaty talks in Brussels later this week

A NEW round of negotiations between the UK and the EU on a post-Brexit treaty on Gibraltar will take place in Brussels later this...

First-time writer launches psychological thriller thanks to government sponsored mentoring programme

A GIBRALTAR man launched his first book Friday after completing a mentoring scheme for young aspiring writers run by his government’s cultural services. Jared Cruz,...

As much use as a cardboard boat!

BUDDING sailors are hoping to keep their heads above water in the Gibraltar cardboard boat race

Sewage plant could be back on track after Gibraltar government restarts bidding process

GIBRALTAR has been forced to restart the bidding process for the much delayed sewage plant after the company it was dealing with last time...

Fury in Gibraltar at lack of criminal proceedings over female teacher who ‘groomed’ student

Teachers on Gibraltar have expressed outrage at a lack of action by education authorities to properly investigate reports that a teacher was grooming a...

How are the parties fairing just days ahead of Gibraltar’s snap election? Local man John Culatto took to the...

In the end, the signs are that it is unlikely that the public will opt for any other government except for the GSLP/Liberals.

The moment Gibraltar Chief Minister shed a tear as he recalled anguish of COVID-19

THE elected leader of Gibraltar spoke of 'staring into the abyss' at the possible death of a tenth of the population as the reality of COVID-19 sunk in.

How lockdown life in Spain will change the look of new-build properties around the world

LIFE AT HOME has changed for everyone, thanks to varying lockdown restrictions across the world. Here in Spain, we’ve been lucky to have had very...

Paw Patrol: Meet Gibraltar’s crime-fighting pup Lola

SOME dogs like nothing more than an old bone to chew on, others just want a pat on the head, but Gibraltar’s crime-fighting pup...

IN PICS: Gibraltar athletes welcome Queen’s Baton ahead of Commonwealth Games

THE Mayor of Gibraltar Christian Santos hosted a reception on Tuesday, May 31 for those Gibraltar athletes who will be competing in the forthcoming...

Spanish authorities criticised after causing THREE HOUR delays at the Gibraltar border

WAITING times at the Gibraltarian border have peaked today after severe delays over the previous few weeks. The Gibraltar Olive Press has received reports that...

The urology blokes: British consultants expand practice from Gibraltar to Costa del Sol

Urologist James Allan explains why it's important not to ignore early warning signs

COVID-19: Touching Gibraltar’s monkeys to be made an offence amid fears they could die from coronavirus

TOUCHING Gibraltar’s famous monkeys will be made an offence, the Government has announced. The move is a response to fears that the Rock’s 300 Barbary...

Making it personal – Gibraltar border chaos

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




Tortoises, rabbits and frogs released in Gibraltar nature reserve as part of ‘rewilding’ project

SIX adult tortoises, wild rabbits and Iberian water frogs have become new residents of Gibraltar after being released into the wild after being extinct...


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