Sunday, July 5, 2020


Spain and USA swap treasures

Spain received unofficial help from the American government in its legal battle for the sunken Black Swan treasure, Wikileaks reveals

Anti-Brexit protests to hit La Linea and Spain’s Malaga as British expats defend their rights ahead of looming EU...

The protests come after Boris Johnson manoeuvred to suspend Parliament for five weeks following his unsuccessful bid to call a snap general election

Pirates’ coins to be sold

‘Pieces of eight’ and Spanish ‘cob’ found in 300-year-old British shipwreck

Seek no further: SEARCHING for a new home to buy or rent in and around Gibraltar can be a...

That is where the personalised and friendly service provided by Seekers comes in very handy. With decades of experience at their finger-tips and great contacts...

Catalunya referendum could lead to recession, fears Bank of Spain

THE Catalan crisis could see Spain’s economic forecast slashed by 60%, bank chiefs have warned. Bank of Spain bosses also believe fears over independence for...

Saxophonist promises to return to Gibraltar

Dan Moretti performed at the International Jazz Festival on the Rock

New guidebook helps Gibraltarian uni freshers adjust to life away from the Rock

Philip Vasquez has written Gibraltar’s first survival guide for uni freshers studying away from the Rock

Gibraltar’s Chief Minister ‘outraged’ by MP’s claim the Rock is gateway for drug money

Fabian Picardo has written a public letter to UK MP Keith Vaz after his disparaging remarks in the House of Commons

Gibraltar students visit European Parliament

The group toured the offices of the various political parties

HORRIFYING: Corbyn condems referendum violence as Catalan injury toll nears 350

A SPOKESPERSON for the Catalan regional government has stated that at least 337 people have been injured so far in clashes with police as...

Missing man presumed dead after body found on Gibraltar cliffs

THE search for a missing man has been called off after a body was discovered on the cliffs below Farringdon’s Battery. Around 100 personnel had been...

Gibraltarian’s car impounded over one packet of cigarettes

Car owner left in 'shock' after car was seized after she failed to declare 20 cigarettes

Political leaders and humanists SLAM ‘ill-judged’ move by religious leaders

Religious leaders have been condemned for trying to link the Nazi Holocaust with abortion in a photo by the Memorial in the park.

VIDEO: Gibraltar’s Fabian Picardo offers warm message to British expats

In an exclusive interview with the Olive Press, Gibraltar's chief minister extended a warm welcome to readers along the coast

New £1.1 billion marina development set for Gibraltar’s Eastern side

Blue Water Gibraltar will be built on reclaimed land alongside Catalan Bay

IRA shooting probe in Gibraltar

Death of three IRA suspects on the Rock in 1988 to be examined as part of new investigation

Excitement builds for landmark World Trade Center Gibraltar

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

Royal Navy warship arrives in Gibraltar as tensions increase

A flotilla of more than 30 Spanish fishing boats were involved in a stand-off with UK military and police boats on Sunday

Macmilllan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning in Gibraltar was great success

The charity event for Macmillan Cancer Support had the biggest turnout to date

Nearly 800 COVID-19 lockdown breaches in Gibraltar, police chief reports

As active COVID-19 cases remains unchanged, the government will be allowing the elderly to leave their homes soon to take a walk as long as they stay safe.

Gibraltar road resurfacing second phase underway

Work along Queensway South is now underway

Gibraltar stands firm against Rajoy

Spanish PM uses UN General Assembly to call for resumption of bilateral talks over the Rock

Rescued rowers back safely in Gibraltar

The team endured an agonising 14-hour before being rescued by a cargo ship

Two taxi drivers suspended in Gibraltar after 93-year-old disabled woman ‘left screaming in agony’

“You can’t justify the unjustifiable, she was literally screaming in pain towards the end of the experience”

Child porn charge for ex-Gibraltar policeman

Father of two, Jimenez has been charged with five counts of possession of indecent images, but is back on the streets after meeting the £1000 bail