Wednesday, August 12, 2020


Allen Bula’s unfair dismissal trial underway in Gibraltar

A fortnight of highs and lows for the Gibraltar football team ended with the start of Allen Bula’s unfair dismissal trial but Lee Casciaro was the hero on Sunday

Gibraltar airport reveals COVID-19 measures with Easyjet flights restarting

FACEMASKS will become obligatory and greeting will be done in the open air at Gibraltar Airport as part of new COVID-19 measures announced today.

British ambassador to Spain summoned by Spanish government over Gibraltar water troubles

Now the British ambassador to Spain has been summoned by Spain's government following the territorial dispute over Gibraltar's water

World-class writers descending on Gibraltar for second international literary festival

The three-day event in November involves an array of celebrated novelists, writers, biographers, food writers and public figures

Greece is the word

As predicted five years ago, Greece is still a country to watch when it comes to the euro’s future, writes Ian Le Breton, Managing Director of Sovereign Trust

GSLP/Liberals to win Gibraltar election, while Together Gibraltar eats into GSD support, exit poll says

The final turnout of this general election was 70.85% totalling 17138 votes

Gibraltar slammed for ‘archaic’ abortion law by UK body ahead of referendum

THE current abortion law in Gibraltar is ‘archaic and out of date’ according to a top UK charity who is supporting its decriminalisation.

Moroccan lorry driver dies after horrific A-7 crash

A LORRY driver has died after crashing through roadside barriers at La Cala de Mijas after losing control of his vehicle. The Moroccan driver, who...

Easyjet announces new flights between Bristol and Gibraltar

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

Liverpool FC, Queen and becoming a dad!

Olive Press editor Jon Clarke talks to Fabian Picardo about his new role as Chief Minister and a few other key aspects of life as he turns 40

How Gibraltar’s own contact tracing phone app will work in the fight against COVID-19

The Gibraltar Government has been developing a contact tracing app with big technology companies like Apple and Google, to be made public in mid-June.

Drugs worth £3 million recovered after Gibraltar police boat chase

RGP Marine boats intercept boat as crew dumps drug cargo in the sea

EU attempts to calm border row between Gibraltar and Spain

Officials express concern over ‘clear inconvenience’ caused by delays

INTERVIEW: GSD leader Daniel Feetham talks weightlifting, nearly dying and why he should lead Gibraltar

Pumping iron saved my life... Now let me save Gibraltar from national debt, pleads the GSD’s determined leader Danny Feetham over coffee with Tom Powell, two weeks before election

Spanish construction firm loses battle against Gibraltar over airport tunnel

Lauded as Gibraltar Chief Minister Fabian Picardo’s ‘most important achievement’, the Supreme Court in the UK has thrown out OHL’s appeal

Fabian Picardo’s favourite band Kings of Leon to headline Gibraltar Music Festival

Duran Duran, Tom Odell and Rae Morris are among the other acts playing

Gibraltar House director Albert Poggio leads Calpe House appeal

Gibraltarians urged to support the Calpe House Needs Your Help campaign

Gibraltar cookbook nominated for Gourmand World Cook Award 2015

‘76 Mama Lotties, recipes from Gibraltar’, by Justin Bautista, is one of four nominees

Spanish Foreign Minister warns Gibraltar could suffer from EU-UK ‘no deal’

THE Spanish Foreign Minister said that she wants a 'win-win result' but it depended on the UK's talks with the European Union in her visit to the area.

CALM DOWN DEAR: Spain foreign minister Alfonso Dastis blasts UK for ‘losing their composure’ in Brexit Gibraltar row

Lord Michael Howard implied Theresa May would be willing to go to war over the Rock

GIBRALTAR MURDER INQUEST: John Shannon could have stabbed wife and girls to death before cutting own throat

The woman and two children all suffered stab wounds to the heart, it has emerged

‘People need to get their lives back’, says minister about Gibraltar lockdown release

A return to normality and the 'need for the economy to get back on-track' are reasons for Gibraltar allowing free movement before other countries.

A siege mentality

‘Gibraltar, dear friends, Gibraltar. We should have taken Gibraltar,’ were allegedly some of Hitler’s last words

Active COVID-19 cases go down again to just 12 in Gibraltar

Latest figures that there are only 12 recorded active cases of the COVID-19 virus on the Rock, the lowest for nearly a month, is linked to the lockdown.