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GIBRALTAR’S Chief Minister has announced a public inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the sudden retirement of a former police commissioner half way through his...
Man arrested in Gibraltar over mysterious murder of Michael Montegriffo in 2018 following fresh appeal
POLICE in Gibraltar have arrested a 33-year-old man in connection with the murder of Michael Montegriffo in 2018. The 58-year-old was found lying on the...
A STREET brawl that broke out on Saturday evening between rival gangs has led to the arrest of nine people, including a minor, and...
Call of duty: Policeman from Valencia spends 3 days holiday in Gibraltar to learn ‘policing by consent’
THEY say that a policeman is always on duty – and one Spanish officer has proven so by using his own time for a...
DURING the chase, the suspect boat (RHIB) was seen throwing bales from the deck in an attempt to get rid of the evidence. The vessel...
Man arrested in Gibraltar for the possession of over 250 litres of fuel destined for drug traffickers
The Royal Gibraltar Police (RGP) have arrested a 30-year-old local man and seized over 10 fuel containers, after a tip-off form a member of...
CHILDREN aged between 12 and 18 are fuelling sexting in Gibraltar, which Royal Gibraltar Police (RGP) Safeguarding Team says has increased since the start...
A FREIGHT tanker from Colombia that had already been searched by RGP was seized by Turkish authorities with a haul of just under six...
RGP Drug Squad officers arrested a Spanish national for allegedly owning 41 grammes of Cocaine, while a customs officers was accused of stealing duty.
The Chief of Police in Gibraltar has announced his retirement after holding his post for two years and serving in the force for 36 years.
Three drunk driving arrests as the number of active cases of COVID-19 on the Rock has risen slightly from two to four, the first increase in ten days.
Active COVID-19 cases remain at a low in Gibraltar with only 12 people infected and a total of 131 recovered as shops get back to work on the Rock.
As active COVID-19 cases remains unchanged, the government will be allowing the elderly to leave their homes soon to take a walk as long as they stay safe.
The confirmed cases have risen to 123 in Gibraltar and active cases are now sitting at 63 as police make sure no one goes to the beaches this weekend.
Six Spanish national were accused of paying the £10,000 fine with black money as it was all handed over in cash at Windmill Hill Prison.
FOUR Spanish nationals have been arrested after a high speed chase off Sandy Bay along with a boat believed to be used for drug smuggling.
Gibraltar needs to improve money laundering and terrorist funding measures according to a European Council report published its findings this week.
A local man has been arrested on money laundering charges related to drug smuggling by the Royal Gibraltar Police with the help of the Guardia Civil.
Police were alerted to a brawl at Sir William Jackson Grove where a 32-year-old woman had been stabbed in the leg.
Croatian National Nikola Katic, 43, was arrested by RGP officers at Waterport Terraces on the request of the Supreme Court of Croatia.
Mystery sailor disappearance still unsolved as search of Trafalgar Cemetery ends with no conclusive evidence
Combined UK and Gibraltar police teams have completed their search of Trafalgar Cemetery where it was thought that the remains of Simon Parkes could have been hidden.
Royal Gibraltar Police praised for ‘helping us sleep soundly at night’ by the Chief Minister in Passing Out Parade
The Chief Minister Fabian Picardo called working in the police 'the most worthy of endeavours' in a speech to new recruits yesterday.
TWO Royal Gibraltar Police officers have been hurt after objects were thrown at their faces from a boat believed to be carrying cannabis resin.
‘NEVER SEEN BEFORE’: Gibraltar police amazed at attempt by three men to smuggle 1.5 tonnes of hash worth £6...
The trio now face charges of importation, possession and possession with intent to supply and are in Magistrates Court this morning
Victims are being sent their own passwords as proof their computers have been hacked
THE first picture of Gibraltar mother who was murdered earlier this month has surfaced online. Carolina Lishman, 32, was stabbed to death in her home...
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