Arson suspects arrested after large school fire in Gibraltar last weekend

POLICE investigators believe last weekend’s fire at Governor’s Meadow School was on purpose and have arrested three people.

UK Foreign Secretary in Gibraltar to support EU treaty talks this year

UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab visited Gibraltar on March 29 as a show of support for the Schengen treaty to be worked out with the EU.

Brit exacts revenge on Russian in biggest ever Gibraltar boxing match

A BIG left hook in the fourth round decided the most high profile boxing match ever held in Gibraltar last Saturday.

Kent COVID-19 strain behind January pandemic surge in Gibraltar

THE British and Spanish mutations of COVID-19 were both equally to blame for the last wave of the pandemic, latest data revealed.

GIBRALTAR: Dillian Whyte floors Alexander Povetkin in heavyweight clash

GIBRALTAR was the centre of attention for boxing fans around the world last night as Dillian Whyte flattened Alexander Povetkin with a huge...

Artists show off their lockdown creations in new Gibraltar exhibition

ART will be leading the comeback of culture against COVID-19 in a new exhibition being held at the John Mackintosh Hall in May.

UK Home Secretary denies Gibraltar will be used to process refugees

GIBRALTAR was never included as part of plans to reform the UK refugee processing plans, UK Home Secretary Priti Patel has revealed

Gibraltar curfew lifted, masks rule eased and bars to open late this week

The COVID-19 curfew will end from March 25 and masks will not have to be be worn in the town centre from 11.59pm on March 27.

Gibraltar denies UK reports it could process asylum seekers on its territory

GIBRALTAR has not been approached to process UK asylum seekers, its Chief Minister confirmed today in response to UK news articles.

ROAD RAGE: Two men clash after collision in Gibraltar town centre

TWO men who got in a fight after a road traffic accident in Gibraltar’s town centre have been arrested and charged with affray.

Lethal COVID-19 third wave in Gibraltar NOT caused by UK strain

THE majority of COVID-19 cases present in Gibraltar during the last wave of the pandemic were from the strain first found in Spain.

Gibraltar Music festival scrapped this year over COVID-19 fears

LOCAL musicians will take the place of international stars this year during National Week as art comes back into fashion in Gibraltar.

Hash bales mysteriously appear in Gibraltar waters this morning

OVER 37kg of hashish was found floating in the sea near Camp Bay by Customs officers this morning after a tip-off from the public.

Commuters to Gibraltar will pay less tax as agreement comes into force

THE now fully ratified tax treaty sorts out how workers who live in Spain pay their taxes while working in Gibraltar.

Curfew to be lifted as lockdown rules are relaxed again in Gibraltar

THE curfew in Gibraltar will be relaxed on Sunday and lifted completely on March 25, its government announced today.

Abortion referendum in Gibraltar: The facts and issues on the table

WITH the abortion referendum now to be held on June 24, The Olive Press decided to review the main points of view in this national debate.

Gibraltar to vote on abortion law in June referendum

THE postponed abortion referendum will now be held on June 24 in Gibraltar, the Chief Minister revealed today.

Spain & Brexit – A Mixed Bag Of Outcomes

Brexit, the long and arduous path to the UK’s exit from the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Union has certainly resulted in...

Driver who narrowly missed security guard tracked down in Gibraltar

POLICE officers tracked down and arrested a man who almost ran over a security guard at Waterport Terraces.

Sticks and metal poles used in violent brawl on Gibraltar streets

A GANGLAND style violent brawl erupted on a busy Gibraltar street yesterday evening leading to four arrests.

School restart success in Gibraltar as COVID-19 cases shrink again

A HEADTEACHER has revealed the joy after school restarted in Gibraltar last week while active COVID-19 cases remained low.

An echo of the bad days? Drivers heading to Spain held up at Gibraltar border

DRIVERS are queuing for 45 minutes to get back into Spain as authorities scramble to ensure COVID safety measures are obeyed.  Frustrated motorists have complained...

Gibraltar police reveal how social media could cost you everything

GETTING a message from an unlikely admirer on social media could lead to a lot more pain than pleasure, police have warned.

More vaccines arrive in Gibraltar giving sports events green light in March

NEARLY 13,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine have today arrived on the Rock, paving the way for the restart of group activities.

Coal boat explosion in Gibraltar bay leaves four injured, two badly

AN explosion aboard a ship entering the Bay of Gibraltar has injured four crew members, two who are badly burnt.

COVID-19 rules ease up in Gibraltar as new cases drop to a trickle

MASKS will not have to be worn outside Gibraltar’s town centre after very few new active cases were reported this week.