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‘Lets Ditch Plastic!’- Primary school asks Gibraltar supermarkets to cut down on plastic to stop pollution
St Joseph's Primary School have today asked Gibraltar’s three main supermarkets to cut down using plastic as part of the ClimACT school project.
TALKS between Gibraltar, UK and Spain are gathering pace as the countries enter the transitional period following Friday's EU exit.
Israeli startups could help soften Brexit business blow by using Gibraltar as ‘stepping stone’ to UK
Israeli companies could help Gibraltar overcome the Brexit fallout, the Gibraltar-Israel Chamber of Commerce has claimed.
A LARGE gathering of people marked the end of the Holocaust which killed 17 million people in Nazi Germany during just four years.
An orphan who was brought up by a Gibraltar charity in Morocco has visited the Rock for the first time to perform as a musician.
The newly refurbished Clubhouse will provide ‘hope, dignity and opportunities’ to mentally unwell people, according to its CEO.
A discussion held by the Ministry of Equality on the traditional roles of women and men in fairy tales packed out the Garrison Library.
CUSTOMS officers resisted attacks by suspected smugglers to seize 1,500 cartons of tobacco this morning after a battle at sea.
Chief Minister backs ‘Gibraltar for Yes’ which will be launched this Saturday before the March 19 abortion referendum
An information campaign to ask Gibraltar to vote yes at the March 19 abortion referendum will be launched this coming Saturday.
As Gibraltar delegation jets to Madrid for Brexit talks, its Chief Minister corrected international media on Schengen comments
Chief Minister Fabian Picardo has spoken in the Gibraltar parliament about how the media 'somehow misinterpreted' a UK government statement.
SOME Gibraltar gaming companies could be hit by a ban on VIP schemes after a UK Gambling Commission report which said they were unfair.
Picardo claims Spain has ‘relaxed’ laws to fight tobacco smuggling as he defended Gibraltar’s customs officers
The Gibraltar Government has hit back at a Spanish police chief who claimed it is not doing enough to fight tobacco smuggling.
Gibraltar gets ready to officially leave the EU by publishing its Withdrawal Bill to be presented in parliament before...
The new bill will officially take away Gibraltar's say in the EU when it is passed in the Gibraltar Parliament before the departure date of January 31.
Young people from Gibraltar were treated to a trip to the UK capital for five days after hard work in the community during the year.
Gibraltar is ready to leave with no-deal if pressure on sovereignty is applied during forthcoming future trade relationship talks.
Early dyslexia diagnosis could help children with the condition get help faster, says Gibraltar support group
Young children could be tested as early as six-years-old with informative courses now available online for educators as part of Dyslexia Pledge.
Radical change is needed to save the human race, according to the founder of Extinction Rebellion in Gibraltar
A new Extinction Rebellion group is starting up on the Rock to fight climate change on local and regional issues related to the environment.
The receiver of the award of Cultural Ambassador spoke his love plays, analysing controversial topics and what would be his legacy.
FOUR leaders of the Spanish VOX party might need to answer to their own Spanish law courts on incitement to hatred charges.
Gibraltar ‘will not fall into the trap’ of signing an EU trade deal which gives Spain control over the...
FABIAN Picardo has insisted Gibraltar can ‘walk away from any bad deal’ signed with Europe after it leaves the EU on January 31.
Gibraltar government pledges to ‘deliver a Brexit that is safe for Gibraltar’ while congratulating Boris Johnson on his election...
Gibraltar Chief Minister Fabian Picardo has accepted the Brexit debate to be 'over' after Boris Johnson's landslide victory last night.
Easyjet announces that first ever flights from Gibraltar to Edinburgh in Scotland will start in spring
Nearly 30,000 customers could be carried to and from Edinburgh from March 31, 2020, with seats already on sale.
New financial services legislation combines around 90 smaller acts into one 'massive legislative project'.
The first phase of renovation works gets underway to restore the Mount to its former glory in colonial times.
Royal Gibraltar Police praised for ‘helping us sleep soundly at night’ by the Chief Minister in Passing Out Parade
The Chief Minister Fabian Picardo called working in the police 'the most worthy of endeavours' in a speech to new recruits yesterday.
Ministry of Equality marks International Day of Persons with Disabilities in Gibraltar as it takes greater strides towards their...
Minister challenges the community to break down society stereotypes and accept people with disabilities in a number of campaigns.