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THE Chief Minister has agreed to the call for an inquiry by the former Commissioner for Police Ian McGrail who claimed it was in the public interest.
CHIEF Minister Fabian Picardo confirmed today that Phase 6 restrictions would continue 'for the moment' as mask fines were brought in.
TWO of the committees set up to find a way for Gibraltar to work with Spain from January 1 met today at the Garrison Library for the second round of talks.
THE Spanish Foreign Minister said that she wants a 'win-win result' but it depended on the UK's talks with the European Union in her visit to the area.
Commodore Steve Dainton was welcomed to the Rock at the local naval base by MoD personnel as former CBF left Gibraltar aboard HMS Sabre.
Any Gibraltar health card holder over 16-years-old who wants to be tested for COVID-19 can now do so for free, to normally be processed in 12 hours.
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.
Doctors will be available for limited face-to-face appointments from July 20, as services return to normal, according to the Gibraltar Health Authority.
THE Government of Gibraltar as announced that flight restrictions will be eased as from June 21 to allow Brits to fly to Gibraltar and then onto Spain.
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.
Phase four kicks off Gibraltar's bathing season, contact tracing and antibody testing to the whole population while active cases decrease to two.
Year 12s will be the next year group to go back to school after months of lockdown. There are now only four active cases of COVID-19 in Gibraltar.
RGP Drug Squad officers arrested a Spanish national for allegedly owning 41 grammes of Cocaine, while a customs officers was accused of stealing duty.
The Chief of Police in Gibraltar has announced his retirement after holding his post for two years and serving in the force for 36 years.
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.
With the number of active COVID-19 cases rising to 11, the Gibraltar Parliament met today for the first time since March 20.
Sir David Steel, Vice Admiral and Second Sea Lord, will be Gibraltar's new Governor from June after being today confirmed to be taking the post.
Opposition has grown to a pilot plan for the closure of Line Wall Road to traffic from the start of June, with a petition raising nearly 3,000 signatures.
The number of active cases on the peninsula has gone down to just three after one had recovered from the coronavirus, taking the recovered number to 144.
A phased plan to 'Unlock the Rock' from the COVID-19 lockdown which has seen 147 confirmed cases in the territory was unveiled today by the Chief Minister.
Active cases fell back down to three today on the Rock, as 3,962 people have been swab tested, amounting to 12.4% of the total population.
STUDENTS on the Rock will soon be allowed to see their friends while keeping to social distancing rules as schools open for some of them new plans.
With the number of Gibraltar COVID-19 cases staying at ten the elderly can now exercise freely as minister predicts tough times ahead.
A rise of three active cases has been reported by authorities, taking the total of active cases of the Coronavirus up to five in Gibraltar.
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.
Locals will be able to breathe fresher air now that COVID-19 has dramatically reduced the amount of traffic and industrial pollution in the territory.