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Spain could snatch €1 billion Royal Navy ship contract ahead of British firms despite wargames over Gibraltar
The British consortium on the shortlist for the contract includes Babcock, BAE Systems, Cammell Laird and Rolls-Royce
The new traffic initiative is one of a series of wide-ranging ‘green’ improvements across Gibraltar
PICTURED: British dad who died off Gibraltar coast in horror surfing accident was celebrity lawyer for David Walliams and...
He also appeared on BBC show Inside Out as a legal expert, and represented other bands including The Blockheads and The Clash
PREDATOR drones from US to patrol Strait of Gibraltar and Cadiz coast as Spain’s Guardia Civil fear surge in...
It comes as the Guardia Civil has struggled to tackle the surging drug trafficking epidemic which has seen outbursts of violence along the Costas
Take That and Tom Walker announced for Gibraltar Calling 2019 as government promises ‘biggest festival the Rock has ever...
The iconic British band will join a host of big names set to take centre stage on the Rock on September 7th and 8th this year
WATCH: Gibraltar announces £300 million development which will create 60,000sqm of new land on the water
The project will be undertaken by entirely locally-based developers and will be made up of leisure, community, retail and commercial space
British MEP Claude Moraes, who was removed as the rapporteur on Monday, claimed the move had come after ‘a long campaign of bullying’
REMOVED: Labour MEP Moraes forced out of roleA BRITISH MEP has been stripped of a key EU...
In the footage a man, disguised as a Power Ranger, addresses the camera and warns smugglers their trade will soon come to an end
Claude Moraes has claimed Spain is behind a ‘systematic’ attack aimed at getting him to back down over Gibraltar
The ban comes after authorities cancelled the territory’s annual National Day celebration in which 30,000 red and white helium balloons are released
Gibraltar battled hard against a well-drilled and disciplined Estonia side as the wind made a fair match difficult.As...
British men among seven arrested in Marbella for smuggling three tonnes of hash to Costa del Sol marinas
Drugs were discovered in the hulls of pleasure yachts, which the gang would sail from Gibraltar and Morocco to Costa del Sol marinas
The funnyman takes to the stage at St Michael's Cave on June 20 this year
Footballing giantkiller believes home advantage and lady luck could help Gibraltar give the Irish a fright on Saturday
THE man whose goal led to one of the biggest upsets in Scottish football history believes that Gibraltar have a chance against...
GIBRALTAR VS IRELAND: Fan zone, time, TV and everything else you need to know for Euro 2020 qualifier THIS...
Thousands of fans are expected to fill Gibraltar on the big day, so here is everything you need to know to enjoy the match
Gibraltarians FUMING after Ronnie O’Sullivan says he’d rather ‘sleep in pig sty’ than play snooker in Gibraltar
Dozens of Gibraltarians and those living on the Rock hit back at O'Sullivan, with many calling him a ‘pig’
It comes after the Rock ranked 154th out of 191 countries in a study on women in power by the International Parliamentary Union
Gibraltar number plates could be targets for vandals in Spain, warns Briton whose tyres were slashed in Marbella
At least two other Gibraltarians claimed they had their tyres slashed across the border over the last week
‘Rowing Marine’: Injured British veteran smashes Atlantic rowing record after months training in Gibraltar
He survived three tours of Afghanistan before losing a leg in 2014, when he was hit by debris on the M3 while helping a motorist
‘MORALLY INDEFENSIBLE’: Gibraltar should have abortion that is ‘safe, free and legal’, say UK experts
“They shouldn’t be placed in jail for trying to exercise control over their own bodies.”
COOPERATION: The agreement establishes stricter rules to determine the tax residency of individuals and businessesSPAIN and...
The Royal Navy HMS Sabre pursued the Spanish warship, which is armed with guns, torpedos and mortar weapons
The Gibraltarian, who helps run the Breast-Feeding Association, made the comments ahead of International Women’s Day of March 8