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CORONAVIRUS: Gibraltar brings in new law to keep elderly in their homes

Cabinet decide to stop elderly movement as frontier closes on the Rock and and local volunteer get the chance to help out in Coronavirus struggle.

Boris Johnson remains faithful to Gibraltar on talks with the EU

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has once again backed Gibraltar in London meetings on the future relationship with the EU.

FIVE reasons to vote ‘Yes’ in March 19 abortion referendum

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.

BREAKING: Two suspected smugglers dead after high-speed sea chase

TWO people have died after a Gibraltar police launch collided with suspected drug smuggling launch early this morning in a combined operation.

Political leaders and humanists SLAM ‘ill-judged’ move by religious leaders

Religious leaders have been condemned for trying to link the Nazi Holocaust with abortion in a photo by the Memorial in the park.

Large crowds march for abortion rights in Gibraltar

'We need to trust women' was the message from the wife of the Chief Minister as she gave an impassioned speech at Casemates Square

Gibraltar included in future EU talks by the UK against Spanish wishes

THE Rock’s Chief Minister said he was ‘very pleased’ at Gibraltar’s inclusion in the UK negotiation mandate on the future EU relationship.

‘HUGE HONOUR’: UK House of Commons Speaker made Gibraltar University Chancellor

THE Speaker of the House of Commons is the new chancellor of the Gibraltar University. Sir Lindsay Hoyle, a...

Campo mayors ask Madrid for ‘fluid frontier’ with Gibraltar

Ftontier fluidity with Gibraltar has been the main demand from the neighouring towns when they met with the Spanish Foreign Affairs minister in Madrid.

Electric cars at an ‘early stage’ as minister reveals 98% use of fossil fuels

One percent of all vehicles are powered to some extent by electricity, in figures released in Parliament recently,

Are books losing out to video games and films in Gibraltar?

WITH children playing more video games and watching films than ever, World Book Day will try to put reading back on the map with activities for kids.

IN PICTURES: Tears flow as Governor leaves Gibraltar

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.

Gibraltar Chief Minister SLAMS anti-abortion group ahead of referendum

Fabian Picardo spoke up after members of the GPLM said it was ‘inappropriate’ of him to ask people to vote to legalise abortion.

Gibraltar calls for ‘common travel area’ for ‘greater prosperity’

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.

The EU ‘bullying’ of Gibraltar must stop, says deputy leader

A top European thinktank was told Gibraltar feels ‘hard done’ by EU ‘bullying’ of the territory during a recent visit to Brussels.

Gibraltar steps up travel rules for ‘grave threat’ posed by newly named Coronavirus

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.

Tree planted to recall 50 years since original Gibraltar parliament began

A tree was planted in the Governor's residence to celebrate 50 years since the first meeting of Gibraltar's former House of Assembly.

Grieving parents given two weeks paid leave from work in Gibraltar

All public sector workers whose children pass away will get two weeks off work to overcome the tragedy in a new Gibraltar government initiative.

UK meetings set out the stall for Gibraltar to bring in more business

Gibraltar is pushing to take over more financial services and economic development during meetings held this week in London.

Police cage three after high speed chase in Gibraltar waters last night

MARINE police have caught up with three suspected drug smugglers off Europa Point after a dramatic cat and mouse sea pursuit in another combined operation.

EXCLUSIVE: Gibraltar business chief optimistic despite Brexit

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.

Ministers SHOCKED at state of Gibraltar homes as they get guided tour by activist

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.

Surprise winner of Gibraltar Chess Masters reveals the secret to £30,000 win

David Paravayan took down some of the best in the world at the Caleta Hotel to reach the play-off final where he beat Hao Wang to collect a cool £30,000.

Minister highlights ‘important’ tourism road shows with Gibraltar stands

Tourism chiefs from the Rock are taking part in UK B2B road-shows at key flight destinations like London, Manchester, Bristol and Edinburgh.

Gibraltar Customs get tough on tobacco and drug smugglers with new arrests

Three people have been arrested in total recently, the first on tobacco charges and the second for having tried to send drugs by mail.

Gibraltar slammed for ‘archaic’ abortion law by UK body ahead of referendum

THE current abortion law in Gibraltar is ‘archaic and out of date’ according to a top UK charity who is supporting its decriminalisation.
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