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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.
GIBRALTAR’S active COVID-19 cases are now the lowest they have been since March 26, with recoveries rising daily and plans to test all frontline workers.
Gibraltar now has 131 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Gibraltar, 26 of which are active while an outbreak has occurred at the Children's Health Centre.
No rise in active COVID-19 cases for three days as beaches empty in Gibraltar’s ‘quietest’ Easter weekend to date
The number of recovered cases in Gibraltar continues to rise as those active stayed at 39 for three days and no breach of rules over weekend
In light of Gibraltar COVID-19 recovery numbers rising, Acting Governor Nick Pyle urges strength during difficult times in his first ever public speech.
A new COVID-19 test, which gives result in five minutes instead of eight to 12 hours will be delivered to the territory, helped by a Gibraltarian doctor.
A total number of 977 swab tests have been conducted, with 270 results remain pending. There are 49 active cases and 46 people have recovered.
A MAN has died in Gibraltar after having Coronavirus symptoms, followed by a heart attack although his swab results were still being processed.
The number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Gibraltar currently sits at 69, with 14 people having recovered and 55 active cases remaining.
A total of ten people have contracted Covid-19 in Gibraltar, many cases are thought to be by local transmission.
The Director of Health has issued four indicators that mean you will need to self-isolate and call 111 on the Rock, especially if you are vulnerable.
TWO sons were separated from their father for a few hours after the Spanish police prevented him from picking them up with more chaos expected on Monday.
Only Spanish workers with contracts will be allowed to Gibraltar as Gibraltarians are also turned back at the frontier with Spain as the crisis grows.