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WITH children playing more video games and watching films than ever, World Book Day will try to put reading back on the map with activities for kids.
The John Mackintosh Hall is now more sustainably equipped with Governor’s Parade next to get a major facelift after a long time in the shadows.
It has been a jam-packed day of emotions as Gibraltar’s Main Street said its farewell to the governor of the last four years.
Fabian Picardo spoke up after members of the GPLM said it was ‘inappropriate’ of him to ask people to vote to legalise abortion.
A 'common travel area' would benefit Gibraltar and the surrounding area, said the Deputy Chief Minister in a recent visit to the EU political capital.
A top European thinktank was told Gibraltar feels ‘hard done’ by EU ‘bullying’ of the territory during a recent visit to Brussels.
FOUR Spanish nationals have been arrested after a high speed chase off Sandy Bay along with a boat believed to be used for drug smuggling.
Gibraltar needs to improve money laundering and terrorist funding measures according to a European Council report published its findings this week.
Stricter measures are being put in place to fight Coronavirus after it emerged ten people recently arrived from Asia are in 'self-isolation' on the Rock.
A tree was planted in the Governor's residence to celebrate 50 years since the first meeting of Gibraltar's former House of Assembly.
All public sector workers whose children pass away will get two weeks off work to overcome the tragedy in a new Gibraltar government initiative.
Gibraltar is pushing to take over more financial services and economic development during meetings held this week in London.
MARINE police have caught up with three suspected drug smugglers off Europa Point after a dramatic cat and mouse sea pursuit in another combined operation.
Brexit has already had a negative impact on Gibraltar and it could get worse if a satisfactory deal is not made with the EU, a business leader has warned.
A local man has been arrested on money laundering charges related to drug smuggling by the Royal Gibraltar Police with the help of the Guardia Civil.
Action for Housing recently took government ministers on a tour of shame so they could see the torrid conditions of mainly pre-war flats in the old town.
David Paravayan took down some of the best in the world at the Caleta Hotel to reach the play-off final where he beat Hao Wang to collect a cool £30,000.
Tourism chiefs from the Rock are taking part in UK B2B road-shows at key flight destinations like London, Manchester, Bristol and Edinburgh.
Three people have been arrested in total recently, the first on tobacco charges and the second for having tried to send drugs by mail.
After deadly sea creatures that have the potential to kill dogs or children were spotted lying on beaches in Gibraltar, an marine expert speaks up.
THE current abortion law in Gibraltar is ‘archaic and out of date’ according to a top UK charity who is supporting its decriminalisation.
Gibraltar will only make agreements that will protect its ‘political safety’ at forthcoming EU talks with Spain, said its Chief Minister on Brexit Day.
THE leader of Unidas Podemos in Andalusia supported Gibraltar’s right to self-determination when she met the Chief Minister today.
Young chess star David Paravyan from Russia won the Gibraltar International Chess festival after a thrilling final against Hao Wang from China.
HEALTH chiefs met with government ministers, police and essential services this week to plan against the coronavirus threat and give out health warnings.
Despite 96% of the Rock’s population voting to remain in the EU, Brexit will be marked with the lowering of the EU flag and singing of 'Ode to Joy' tonight.