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Police seize £13 million shipment of cannabis in dramatic high speed sea chase off Gibraltar

DURING the chase, the suspect boat (RHIB) was seen throwing bales from the deck in an attempt to get rid of the evidence. The vessel...

Tightening of laws in Gibraltar could see life imprisonment for those found in possession of large quantities of petrol

WITH the number of petrol-related incidents continuing to rise on the Rock, the government has proposed a Bill to enforce bigger penalties. Earlier this year,...

IN PICS: World’s largest sailboat becomes first cruise ship to dock in Gibraltar since pandemic hit

THE Wind Surf cruise ship glided majestically into port on the Rock for a short day trip, the first cruise to dock in Gibraltar...

Gibraltar budget 2021 confirms 2.5% corporate tax increase

CORPORATE tax will be increased to 12.5% in Gibraltar following a ‘revenue wrecking’ pandemic. In July’s 2021 Budget speech, Chief Minister Fabian Picardo announced a...

Gibraltar cancels large events due to rising COVID-19 cases

THE government has put a stop to large events until September 2021 as the virus continues to spread. Small events will be able to go...

Gibraltar to issue same COVID-19 vaccination certificates as UK’s NHS

PEOPLE who have been fully vaccinated on the Rock will now be issued a COVID-19 certificate in the same format as the one presented...

Teenagers thought to be behind spate of vehicle thefts in latest Gibraltar crime spree

FOUR teenagers have been arrested in connection with a spate of vehicle thefts, which have taken place over the last three weeks. On Monday, July...

Gibraltar tightens rules as COVID-19 cases continue to rise

WITH the number of new coronavirus cases close to 200 on the rock, the government has tightened its rules on self-isolation. IF one person in...

EXPLAINER: What you need to know about Gibraltar’s new abortion legislation

AT long last, abortion is now legal in Gibraltar, and as of July 15 women can officially request the new service, carried out by...

Covid-19 cases in Gibraltar rise above 100 for the first time in five months

THE number of Covid-19 cases on the Rock has now reached 138, with three in residential homes and one in hospital. Cases have not peaked...

Gibraltar Fair cancelled as country reports first hospitalised Covid-19 case in months

WITH cases of Covid-19 slowly creeping up, the Government of Gibraltar has cancelled upcoming events including the Fair and Saturday Night Live. The news comes...

Gibraltar set to offer COVID-19 vaccine to 12-15 year-olds

GIBRALTAR is ready to begin vaccinating 12-15 year-olds with with the Pfizer jab, providing the UK vaccine committee gives the go-ahead. The vaccine was approved...

Gibraltar Abortion Referendum: What you need to know and where you can vote

TODAY, the people of Gibraltar finally get their chance to vote in the abortion referendum and have their say in whether the Crimes Act...

Gibraltar reveals plans for a new National Theatre and Cultural Centre

THE Government of Gibraltar has unveiled plans to create a new National Theatre and Cultural Centre, at the John Mackintosh Hall complex. The project represents...

BREXIT ANNIVERSARY: Five years on from the vote that determined its future place outside the European Union, how has...

Katherine Brook takes a look at the progress made by Gib as it forges a new future after Brexit.

Gibraltar Government hits back at Opposition over housing waiting lists

THE GSLP/Liberals are planning to provide 4,000 family homes by the end of their this term, justifying their socialist credentials.

Commuters to Gibraltar will pay less tax as agreement comes into force

THE now fully ratified tax treaty sorts out how workers who live in Spain pay their taxes while working in Gibraltar.

‘BRACE YOURSELVES’: Gibraltar’s Fabian Picardo declares COVID-19 ‘worst loss of life in over 100 years’ and warns ‘we will...

THE Chief Minister of Gibraltar has said he is 'shaken to the core' following a surge in coronavirus deaths.

Gibraltar braces itself for hard frontier as Brexit No Deal looms

ALL Brits including Gibraltarians could be forced to wet stamp their passports when they go to Spain if there is no UK deal with the EU.

Gibraltar Parliament to take over Piazza cafe sites for its own use

TWO cafes below parliament will soon become history under new plans unveiled by the Government today to expand its facilities.

Gibraltar minister of education steps down from government for family reasons

AFTER nine years in office Gilbert Licudi stepped down as a minister but will remain in parliament as a backbencher, in a surprise announcement.

Gibraltar government sells off £20m property to local company

AN underground car park and dockyard warehouse are being bought up as storage for vehicles to be exported abroad by the Bassadone Group.

Latest post-Brexit talks held in Gibraltar were ‘friendly’ and ‘constructive’

THE second meeting of officials to discuss Gibraltar's future relationship with Spain in terms of citizens' rights was held today at the Garrison Library.

Gibraltar’s contact tracing app now available as part of phase four of ‘Unlock the Rock’

THE Government has announced that their contact tracing app for COVID-19 is now available for the public to use as active cases remains at zero.

COVID-19: Gibraltar begins to return to ‘normal’ after months in lockdown

There are now 11 active cases of COVID-19 on the Rock and over 9030 tests have been done on its population. Vehicle arrivals into the rock is down by 63% compared to last year.

Gibraltar remains hopeful for tourism as COVID-19 temporarily shuts down industry

Gibraltar is hopeful for tourism in the future as COVID-19 wrecks havoc on the industry worldwide. There are now 20 active cases in the territory.





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