Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Gibraltar

Young woman arrested after ‘stabbing man in face with fork’ in Gibraltar’s Ocean Village

She was charged with wounding, and spent the night in a cell, before her appearance in Magistrates’ Court this morning

Gibraltar dyslexia support group say bosses need better education onto help those with condition, with conference set to take...

The percentage of the genetic condition of dyslexia in Gibraltar could be around 15%.

WATCH: Gibraltar’s Fabian Picardo FUMING after squad of Spanish officers spotted on the Rock after driving across UK border...

GIBRALTAR is in uproar after a video purporting to show a group of Spanish officers having crossed the border in their car 'without being...

Gibraltar police issue THIS warning for scooter-riders, cyclists and drivers on Rock’s roads

"Ultimately this is about assuming personal responsibility"

Gibraltar International Chess Festival returns to Rock

GIBRALTAR will be welcoming some of the top chess players in the world to an open tournament in January.

Gibraltar Calling cancelled on Coronavirus fears

All events expecting more than 100 people will be cancelled or held behind closed doors to stop Covid-19, halting the Gibraltar music festival.

CORONAVIRUS: Increase in cases expected in Gibraltar as local testing starts

All equipment to allow testing to be carried out on the Rock has now been received which will mean results will soon be processed in 24 hours.

Elderly allowed to exercise as from April 29 as part of Gibraltar ‘Golden Hour’ scheme

With the number of Gibraltar COVID-19 cases staying at ten the elderly can now exercise freely as minister predicts tough times ahead.

Gibraltar moves into Phase 3 of ‘Unlock the Rock’ with 12 local active COVID-19 cases

Restaurants and cafes opened for the first time in two and a half months as buses started to work today as the lockdown continued to be released.

Gibraltar’s Line Wall Road to be turned into cycle lane and walkway

NEW plans to make Line Wall Road and Chatham Counterguard into cycle-friendly pathways through Gibraltar town centre have been revealed today.

Excitement builds for landmark World Trade Center Gibraltar

World Trade Center is an iconic, global brand that brings instant prestige and credibility

Gibraltarian priest excelling as Pope’s translator

Gibraltar's Mark Miles is Pope's translator

Jungle star Lady Colin Campbell has links to Gibraltar and Spain

She is a regular visitor to Andalucia and has a large network of friends in the area

Lisa Brown: Campaign launched to get British police involved in search

The 33-year-old has now been missing for almost four months

OUT OF LINE: Huge £200 million haul of cocaine seized by the Spanish after UK tip off

ONE of the world’s biggest hauls of cocaine has been intercepted and landed in Cadiz. The £200 million seizure was found on a tug-boat sailing...

May warns of dissatisfaction over Brexit as she outlines initial EU trade plan

THERESA May has warned that ‘no-one will get everything they want’ out of Brexit. She maintained that the UK would leave the single market, customs...

Gibraltar’s Prior Park School goes from strength to strength with its exam results, continuing its 100% pass rate

The school has also driven inter-schools sports competitions among schools in Gibraltar and in Spain

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

‘MORALLY INDEFENSIBLE’: Gibraltar should have abortion that is ‘safe, free and legal’, say UK experts

“They shouldn’t be placed in jail for trying to exercise control over their own bodies.”

Guardia Civil officer accused of aiding smuggling of illegal goods into Spain from Gibraltar

A GUARDIA Civil officer has been arrested for allegedly facilitating the smuggling of illegal goods into Spain.  The officer was one of six arrested in...

Facial recognition cameras installed at Gibraltar Airport

Software in the cameras creates a biometric map of the points on a person’s face

Outrage as ‘harmless’ fruit seller allegedly banned from plying trade on Gibraltar border in southern Spain while ‘scammers defraud...

Known only as Mario, the man has reportedly been selling treats - known as cocitos - on the frontier in La Linea for years

SCIENTISTS ASK: Was Medusa Gibraltarian?

It comes after a clay picture of Medusa was dug up at Gorham’s Cave by top archaeologists, bringing to light the area’s special significance.

EXCLUSIVE: Interview with two top authors ahead of Gibraltar International Literary Festival this month

Find out how to tell stories and why literature is breaking down the boundaries created by racism

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