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MASTER CHIEF: Gibraltar political leaders cook up a storm at soup kitchen and show their human side

TWO of Gibraltar’s top politicians took a break from international politics and hot TV debates to prepare food at a local soup kitchen. Founder of...

Wreck removal equipment heads to Gibraltar to remove sunken OS 35 bulk carrier after port gives green light

GIBRALTAR’S port has accepted new plans to remove the shipwreck of the OS 35 that beached 700 metres from Catalan Bay at the end...

Gibraltar and UK move closer to signing historic EU treaty to remove frontier with Spain at Monday talks in...

GIBRALTAR’s leader said he is ‘confident’ of a ‘positive outcome’ to a post-Brexit deal for Gibraltar after Spain said it was ready to remove...

Gibraltar health director warns of flu danger to vulnerable and elderly as winter sets in

HEALTH chiefs are warning the public about the flu as the weather starts to cool down in Gibraltar, with walk-in vaccines now available from...

Police in Gibraltar undergo training to immediately inform teachers about violence children suffer at home

THE co-creators of a UK programme to train police officers and schoolteachers work together to help abuse children held workshops this week in Gibraltar. Minister...

Military and civilian fire crews train for plane crash at Gibraltar’s famously short runway

EMERGENCY services took part in a successful live plane crash exercise on Gibraltar's runway, one of the most challenging airports in the world. A strategic...

Gibraltar Regiment soldier named runner-up in British Army sportsman of the year awards

A MARTIAL artist became the first Gibraltar Regiment soldier to get to the final slate at the British Army’s Sportsman of the Year awards...

EXCLUSIVE: Prime suspect in case of mum Lisa Brown who vanished in Spain escapes from prison

The prime suspect in the case of Scottish woman Lisa Brown, feared murdered in Spain, has escaped from jail and her family say he...

Gibraltar shave-off fun day ends Movember prostate cancer campaign at Casemates

GIBRALTAR crowned the month of November with its own International Men’s Day after running its own Movember and Walnut campaigns to talk about prostate...

UK charity runs school talks on how children can get off their smartphones in Gibraltar

THE head of UK national mental health charity will be visiting Gibraltar schools on Monday and Tuesday to talk about children’s addictions to their...

Feeling festive in Gibraltar – Ocean Village is the place to visit this Christmas

START feeling festive at Ocean Village! It is the ideal destination to get you into the spirit of the season… whether you’re with kids,...

Volleyball smashes its way into school life after European body hails Gibraltar sports facilities

VOLLEYBALL could soon become a bigger part of Gibraltar’s education system, thanks to a deal signed with European and local bodies of the sport. The...

‘We are not there yet,’ Gibraltar leader says of EU treaty talks as Spain jumps the gun again

GIBRALTAR has denied that the main text of the EU treaty between Spain and the UK ‘is now on the table’ ready to be...

Gibraltar unveils new state-of-the-art 8,000-seater football stadium for international games

GIBRALTAR’s football association revealed its new look state-of-the-art national football stadium complete with shopping areas and in-built flats. Chinese developers will build the 8,000 seater...

‘Two outstanding issues’ on driving licences have been resolved, says UK ambassador to Spain

THE NEAR SEVEN-MONTH nightmare being suffered by residents of Spain who hold UK driving licences might nearly be over, according to the latest statement...

EXCLUSIVE: Cyclists who went from London to Gibraltar for charity open up about the trip

TWO local men who raised £27,000 for charity by cycling from London to Gibraltar spoke about surviving painful injuries to reach their goal. Ben McNulty...

COVID-19 cases jump to 18 in Gibraltar after two recent deaths show pandemic is not over

NEW COVID-19 cases in Gibraltar jumped from 12 to 18 in a week, with two more people dying from the disease recently. A total of...

Rum-swilling man who jumps into car gets driving ban in Gibraltar for being three times over alcohol limit

A MAN who drove his car at three times the alcohol limit got a £500 fine and lost his licence for 22 months in...

Sir Joe Bossano lays a wreath at the Cenotaph in London alongside British military and civilian dignitaries

THE eldest member of the Gibraltar Parliament laid a wreath at the Cenotaph on Remembrance Sunday to represent the Rock in London. Sir Joe Bossano...

Atomic yacht could make Gibraltar into global leader in the fight against climate change

A PIONEERING Gibraltarian is planning to build an atomic superyacht that will use the Rock as a base to help save the world from...

Armistice Day marked by politicians, military and police on Friday in Gibraltar

GIBRALTAR remembered the 20 million people who died during World War One this Friday with a number of ceremonies to mark Armistice Day across...

WATCH: Biker who escaped police down Gibraltar’s town centre streets sentenced in court

A MAN who fled police on a motorcycle through Gibraltar’s town centre streets escaped a prison sentence after pleading guilty to dangerous driving. Magistrates on...

Gibraltar watchdog slaps five-figure fines on estate agents for over dirty money rules

GIBRALTAR is clamping down hard on estate agents that sell properties using dirty cash in a drive to stamp out money laundering and terrorist...

Domestic abusers will face the full strength of the law in Gibraltar thanks to a new bill

POLICE will have new powers to tighten their grip on domestic abusers with a new law published by the Gibraltar government on Thursday. Once passed...

Unique Gibraltar exhibition marks 80 year anniversary of Allied North African invasion

GIBRALTAR marked 80 years since Operation Torch, when British and US forces retook North Africa from Nazi Germany, with a unique exhibition. The Gibraltar National...

Alarms that sound across Gibraltar Thursday will be part of a radiation exercise, government says

RESIDENTS of Gibraltar who hear evacuation alarms on Thursday will NOT have to ‘take any action’, a government spokesperson said. Alarms could go off around...

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