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TWO cafes below parliament will soon become history under new plans unveiled by the Government today to expand its facilities.
With the number of active COVID-19 cases rising to 11, the Gibraltar Parliament met today for the first time since March 20.
THE Gibraltar Government could borrow up to 500 million pounds for Coronavirus aid if the community requires it in the coming months.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has once again backed Gibraltar in London meetings on the future relationship with the EU.
AN abortion expert explained in five easy points why Gibraltar should vote 'Yes' in the abortion referendum as the Chief Minister met a top UK professor.
Religious leaders have been condemned for trying to link the Nazi Holocaust with abortion in a photo by the Memorial in the park.
'We need to trust women' was the message from the wife of the Chief Minister as she gave an impassioned speech at Casemates Square
THE Rock’s Chief Minister said he was ‘very pleased’ at Gibraltar’s inclusion in the UK negotiation mandate on the future EU relationship.
Ftontier fluidity with Gibraltar has been the main demand from the neighouring towns when they met with the Spanish Foreign Affairs minister in Madrid.
One percent of all vehicles are powered to some extent by electricity, in figures released in Parliament recently,
It has been a jam-packed day of emotions as Gibraltar’s Main Street said its farewell to the governor of the last four years.
Fabian Picardo spoke up after members of the GPLM said it was ‘inappropriate’ of him to ask people to vote to legalise abortion.
A 'common travel area' would benefit Gibraltar and the surrounding area, said the Deputy Chief Minister in a recent visit to the EU political capital.
A top European thinktank was told Gibraltar feels ‘hard done’ by EU ‘bullying’ of the territory during a recent visit to Brussels.
Stricter measures are being put in place to fight Coronavirus after it emerged ten people recently arrived from Asia are in 'self-isolation' on the Rock.
A tree was planted in the Governor's residence to celebrate 50 years since the first meeting of Gibraltar's former House of Assembly.
All public sector workers whose children pass away will get two weeks off work to overcome the tragedy in a new Gibraltar government initiative.
Brexit has already had a negative impact on Gibraltar and it could get worse if a satisfactory deal is not made with the EU, a business leader has warned.
Action for Housing recently took government ministers on a tour of shame so they could see the torrid conditions of mainly pre-war flats in the old town.
THE current abortion law in Gibraltar is ‘archaic and out of date’ according to a top UK charity who is supporting its decriminalisation.
Gibraltar will only make agreements that will protect its ‘political safety’ at forthcoming EU talks with Spain, said its Chief Minister on Brexit Day.
THE leader of Unidas Podemos in Andalusia supported Gibraltar’s right to self-determination when she met the Chief Minister today.
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.
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.