Friday, December 4, 2020


Local linguist examines influence of Llanito and English on La Linea spoken speech

Maria Ortega Amusco's new study follows Tito Vallejo's groundbreaking work

UKIP launch on The Rock

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

HASH AND GRAB: Cannabis bales that washed up on Gibraltar beach in storm valued at £14 million

All available units of the RGP and Gibraltar Defence Police were scrambled to cordon off the area and recover the bales

PICTURED: Young man who fell to his death from Gibraltar apartment this morning

A GIBRALTAR man has fallen to his death from the upper floor of Sea Shell House this morning. Kyle Azzopardi, 31, was pronounced dead after police...

Gibraltar Government hits out at ‘sensationalist’ reporting of EU tobacco smuggling report

A Spanish television channel apparently faked tobacco smuggling scenes and portrayed them as real

Gibraltar faces food shortages and four hour border delays in event of no deal Brexit, say government documents

GIBRALTAR may face food and medicine shortages in the event of a no deal Brexit, according to British government documents. 

‘Rowing Marine’: Injured British veteran smashes Atlantic rowing record after months training in Gibraltar

He survived three tours of Afghanistan before losing a leg in 2014, when he was hit by debris on the M3 while helping a motorist

Building bridges on the Rock

Chief Minister Fabian Picardo holds talks with La Linea mayor Gemma Araujo

NO WAY JOSE: British ministers to guarantee Gibraltar it cannot be excluded from Brexit deal by Spain

BRITISH ministers are set to guarantee Gibraltar that it will not be excluded from a Brexit deal by Spain.  The British Overseas Territory fears Madrid...

Chief Minister asks governor to work with him for good of Gibraltar

'Partnership, cooperation and strength in building an alliance of purpose', are the main clues for the new governor, said the Chief Minister.

UPDATE: Child killed as powerful earthquake strikes southern Spain and Melilla

At least 26 injured in Melilla as tremors felt by thousands along the coast

Life on the Line – How La Linea became the criminal capital of Spain

Cristo keeps her eyes low as she serves us our drinks. A Fanta Limon...

GSD blasts Bet365’s Brexit move to shift Gibraltar operations to Malta as over 500 staff could be relocated

The party also blasted what it called the Government's ‘aimless strategy’ of backing of British Prime Minister Theresa May

New private school to open in Gibraltar

A brand new independent senior school in Gibraltar is set to open in September 2016

Seafaring duo back on Gibraltar soil after circumnavigating the globe

Pair returned to dry land after completing a mammoth 35,000 nautical mile journey around the world

Gibraltar: Where have all the queues gone?

New lanes have been added and, generally, with the exception of rush hour you can get across the border in around 10 minutes

Gibraltar opposition BLAST government Brexit planning and call for end to ‘secret’ public finances

LEADER: GSD chief Keith Azzopardi blasted the government in his new year message KEITH Azzopardi has used his...

Teamwork triumph for Gibraltar police and Guardia Civil

After months of hostility, the two forces work together to capture drug smugglers

Decision of a generation: Expat business owners in Spain have their say on Brexit

Brexit fever has swept the nation, the continent, and even the world. Rob Horgan goes in search of answers among Spanish expats and Gibraltar business owners

FLAG-RANT: Fabian Picardo steps in after American cruise ship infuriates Gibraltar with ‘Welcome to Gibraltor’ message printed on Spanish...

Fabian Picardo demanded that the captain of ship, from the US-based Holland America company, write a formal letter of apology

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

Gibraltar ‘Terror trio’ released

Paragliders to be released despite possession of explosives

Minor caught red-handed selling drugs at school in Spain’s Andalucia

Police chased the suspect, who attempted to hide the drugs in a bush inside the playground.

Motorists forced to wait hours getting in and out of Gibraltar

EXCLUSIVE: Border checks, tourists and RAF training exercises cited as the cause of the traffic chaos

Most Spaniards unconcerned with Gibraltar disputes

Over half of Spaniards claim the dispute with Gibraltar is not important

Gibraltar leaders fly to London for Brexit talks with MPs ahead of crucial vote

It comes as MPs are set to vote on amendments to British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal on Tuesday