Friday, December 1, 2023


Terror suspect who hacked priest to death with machete in Spain’s Andalucia sent to Sevilla psychiatric ward

A JUDGE has sent the Moroccan man accused of the terrorist attack that killed a priest in Spain’s Andalusia to a psychiatric ward in...

Digging for victory in Gibraltar

A remarkable 30 mile tunnel network which housed 5,000 soldiers during the war offers a fascinating glimpse into the past, discovers James Bryce

Gibraltar Chief Minister SLAMS anti-abortion group ahead of referendum

Fabian Picardo spoke up after members of the GPLM said it was ‘inappropriate’ of him to ask people to vote to legalise abortion.

History guaranteed at Gibraltar’s The Rock Hotel

The grand dame of Gibraltar has put up everyone from Winston Churchill to Errol Flynn

The latest mega-development for Gibraltar has all the signs of being a big hit with investors

Victoria Keys, which will be built at Coaling Island inside the historic harbour, is set to raise the profile of Rock to rival the...

Gibraltar plans for second wave as four COVID-19 cases are detected

FOUR COVID-19 cases are currently active on the Rock, with the Chief Minister suggesting the pandemic is 'far from over' as autumn arrives.

Rise in house and apartment occupations in Spain

For the Securitas Direct best alarm system quote anywhere in Spain Call +34 611 475 892 or email . We provide a guaranteed ...

Frontex would be ‘honoured’ to step in at Gibraltar frontier in proposed solution to post-Brexit strife

THE chief of European border agency Frontex has said ‘it would be an honour’ to handle control at Gibraltar’s frontiers under the post-Brexit agreement...

Fundraisers to cycle from Algeciras to Tangier

More than 120 people will be going all out on the deck of a ferry as it crosses from Algeciras to Tangier and back on April 30 – in an onboard spinning class

Police seize £13 million shipment of cannabis in dramatic high speed sea chase off Gibraltar

DURING the chase, the suspect boat (RHIB) was seen throwing bales from the deck in an attempt to get rid of the evidence. The vessel...

Sorry for blocking the Gibraltar border

Angry La Linea salary protests see tyres set alight at the frontier

Gibraltar’s libraries unite

The Gibraltar Libraries Forum aims to improve access to collections

Christian Santos marks last days as mayor with receptions for charities, schools and theatre groups

POPULAR mayor of Gibraltar Christian Santos waved goodbye to the charities that he has worked with during the last two years in a reception...

Politicians call for British Navy ships to be permanently stationed in Gibraltar

Politicians call for British gunships to be permanently stationed in Gibraltar during defiant National Day speeches

The Rock’s risky business

By Andrew Pearce and Jon Clarke: In the wake of the BP oil disaster in America, Gibraltar is blasted for failing to tackle dangerous oil tankers by Spanish officials

Gibraltar launches flu vaccine campaign over COVID-19 fears

THE largest flu vaccination campaign in Gibraltar’s history was launched today over its possible impact with COVID-19.

Gibraltar has the fifth ‘most extreme’ airport in the world

The History Channel has listed the Rock's airport among those in Madeira, Honduras and Nepal

Huge increase in hits on Gibraltar frontier queue website

The frontier queue website has experienced a huge surge in hits

Gibraltar leader blasts customs Eastern Beach landing as ‘most serious and dangerous incident’ in years

GIBRALTAR’S Chief Minister has declared the Eastern Beach landing by Spain’s customs officers ‘the most serious and dangerous incident for many years’ and ‘a...

Crypto pair no show: Globix bosses face arrest warrant after failing to show up for court in Gibraltar

A PAIR of wanted crypto tycoons face arrest warrants after failing to turn up in court. The two operators of shamed crypto exchange Globix failed...

Help at last: Gibraltar to open first school for students with special needs

Gibraltar will open its first independent Special Education Needs (SEN) school later this year at the old St Martin’s School building. It is set to...

La Sala restaurant in Gibraltar is really making waves

The new La Sala restaurant is really making waves thanks to an expected sprinkling of glitz and glamour, writes Jon Clarke

Easyjet announces new flights between Bristol and Gibraltar

Will Gibraltar become the next big holiday destination for the South West of England?

Gibraltar police chief urges ‘self policing’ as working week approaches

Active COVID-19 cases remain at a low in Gibraltar with only 12 people infected and a total of 131 recovered as shops get back to work on the Rock.

VIDEO: Sailing boat owners caught shooting at killer whales at the Strait of Gibraltar 

A NUMBER of people in a sailing boat have been caught shooting at killer whales at the Strait of Gibraltar.  Disgraceful footage shows the boat...

Customs officers attacked as they halt illegal tobacco smuggling in Gibraltar waters this morning

CUSTOMS officers resisted attacks by suspected smugglers to seize 1,500 cartons of tobacco this morning after a battle at sea.




Gibraltar leads climate change discussion with overseas territories as COP28 starts in Middle East

MINISTERS from British overseas territories have discussed the upcoming COP28 climate change summit that started Thursday at a meeting chaired by Gibraltar’s own Minister...


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