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End of an era’ to be marked at midnight by the singing of EU anthem at Gibraltar frontier

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.

‘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 with Spain and UK are intensifying as Gibraltar leaves the EU this Friday

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.

International Holocaust Remembrance Day is marked with a moment of silence in Gibraltar park

A LARGE gathering of people marked the end of the Holocaust which killed 17 million people in Nazi Germany during just four years.

WATCH: Chief Minister opens centre to help rescue people from the distress of mental illness

The newly refurbished Clubhouse will provide ‘hope, dignity and opportunities’ to mentally unwell people, according to its CEO.

Gender stereotypes ‘can prevent children reaching their full potential’, says Minister

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 attacked as they halt illegal tobacco smuggling in Gibraltar waters this morning

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.

No change to EU rights during transition period of the next year, Gibraltar government confirm

GIBRALTAR residents have been told not to worry about losing their EU rights until the future relationship with the EU is worked out.

Mysterious seagull killer being investigated by Gibraltar environment department

THE death of some yellow-legged gulls could lead to a criminal investigation by the RGP after they were found to be poisoned.

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.

Gibraltar aware of a threat to sovereignty once Brexit transition talks start up after January 31

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.

Gibraltar takes far-right party VOX to court in Spain for ‘inciting hatred’ towards the Rock

FOUR leaders of the Spanish VOX party might need to answer to their own Spanish law courts on incitement to hatred charges.

Gibraltar faces food shortages and four hour border delays in event of no deal Brexit, say government documents

GIBRALTAR may face food and medicine shortages in the event of a no deal Brexit, according to British government documents.  Passengers crossing the Spanish border...

WATCH: Nearly 400 new affordable homes to be built at North Mole in Gibraltar

Elderly residents will be able to rent nearly 100 homes as part of the new housing estate

EXCLUSIVE: Gibraltar government will NOT repeal abortion ban, saying it has ‘already dealt with gay marriage’

Gibraltar government says it will not consider revising its anti-abortion laws, despite the results of the recent Irish referendum vote

EXCLUSIVE: Fears for potential Gibraltar data breach after government website hacked by Anonymous

A leading website security expert and an opposition MP are ‘concerned’ official data could have been compromised, after the website faced a double cyberattack by hacktivist group Anonymous

Gibraltar government under fire for lack of ‘clarity’ or comment on controversial al-Assad sale

Independent MP Marlene Hassan Nahon insisted the government needed to explain the deal to show it has a ‘moral conscience’, rather than burying it under ‘layers of legal jargon’

A terminal failure on the Rock

Gibraltar Government slam previous administration for using new terminal as election stunt

Smoking them out in Gibraltar

After a big rise in tobacco smuggling and the La Linea mayoress describing the border as an ‘epicentre for scoundrels’, the Olive Press sent James Bryce to investigate

Gibraltar appeals against water ruling

Authorities on the Rock have vowed to fight decision by European Court

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