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THE current abortion law in Gibraltar is ‘archaic and out of date’ according to a top UK charity who is supporting its decriminalisation.

The EU needs to respect its own values in talks, says Gibraltar Chief Minister in Brexit Day speech

Gibraltar will only make agreements that will protect its ‘political safety’ at forthcoming EU talks with Spain, said its Chief Minister on Brexit Day.

Unidas Podemos Andalusian leader supports Gibraltar’s right to choose its own future

THE leader of Unidas Podemos in Andalusia supported Gibraltar’s right to self-determination when she met the Chief Minister today.

Unfancied Russian wins £30,000 top prize at the Gibraltar chess open after exciting tie-break

Young chess star David Paravyan from Russia won the Gibraltar International Chess festival after a thrilling final against Hao Wang from China.

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.

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.

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.

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 warms to new Spanish left-wing coalition government with EU trade negotiations loom

Chief Minister Fabian Picardo welcomes possibility for dialogue with Spain after PSOE and Podemos form government in unexpected coalition.

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.

Radical change is needed to save the human race, according to the founder of Extinction Rebellion in Gibraltar

A new Extinction Rebellion group is starting up on the Rock to fight climate change on local and regional issues related to the environment.

Hundreds gather for laying of poppy wreaths at British War Memorial on Remembrance Sunday

A large crowd has joined local dignitaries to remember those who died in the First World War.

Unite the Union and the NASUWT teachers’ union are teaming up to fight a Brexit frontier ‘catastrophe’ with sister...

Gibraltar and Spain unions team up to try to pressure politicians for a free flowing frontier after Brexit finally happens

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...

The Chief Minister of Gibraltar tells the Olive Press about looking on the bright side of Brexit

IF Brexit threatens to leave the British Territory of Gibraltar between a rock and a hard place, its fiesty Chief Minister has other plans. In...

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