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Gibraltar Chief Minister Picardo meets outgoing UK Prime Minister Theresa May to discuss Iran crisis and Brexit

British Royal Marines commandeered Iran's vessel off the Rock earlier this month on suspicion of violating sanctions against Syria

Facial recognition cameras installed at Gibraltar Airport

Software in the cameras creates a biometric map of the points on a person’s face

Virgin Bet launches in Gibraltar just weeks after Bet365 reveals €70 million Brexit plan to leave Rock

ONE IN ONE OUT: Virgin Bet launches in Gibraltar weeks after Bet365 announces exit planVIRGIN Bet has...

‘Gibraltar is a colony of the British Crown’ says new EU Brexit text pushed through by Spain

British MEP Claude Moraes, who was removed as the rapporteur on Monday, claimed the move had come after ‘a long campaign of bullying’

Six arrests in Spain as Guardia Civil seize 15,000 packs of cigarettes from Gibraltar that were sold in sweet...

It is thought that the smuggling gang made orders of between 3,500 and 5,000 packs of cigarettes a week

ANOTHER Spanish warship faces off with tiny British Royal Navy boat in Gibraltar

The Royal Navy HMS Sabre pursued the Spanish warship, which is armed with guns, torpedos and mortar weapons

DEATH CHEAT: 79-year-old in Gibraltar swims to shore after boat capsizes in dramatic survival feat

Gibraltar Fire and Rescue Service treated the ‘shaken’ Gibraltarian, before he was transferred to St Bernard’s Hospital for medical attention

HASH AND GRAB: Cannabis bales that washed up on Gibraltar beach in storm valued at £14 million

All available units of the RGP and Gibraltar Defence Police were scrambled to cordon off the area and recover the bales

IS IT A BIRD? Gibraltar introduces helicopter sightseeing tours in 2019 with Norwegian firm Fonnafly

It comes after years of collaboration between the Gibraltar government and Mr John-Erik Sogn, a Norwegian pilot living in Marbella

UK Trade Secretary Liam Fox in Gibraltar for Brexit crunch talks hours after Theresa May survives no-confidence vote

It comes after a tense night in Westminster on Wednesday where Theresa May’s, narrowly survived a no-confidence vote

VOX number two reveals UK police STILL have search warrant for him after Spanish flag prank in Gibraltar

The former Green Berets soldier claimed he could still be arrested for the act, which was intended to question Gibraltar’s sovereignty

EU vice president labels Gibraltarians ‘monkeys’ and praises Spain’s illegal warship ‘invasion’ of British waters

The Brussels MEP labelled Gibraltarians 'laughing monkeys' in an explosive Twitter thread, which he swiftly deleted

Spain music festival guide 2017

The Olive Press has scoured the land to find the must-attend events in 2017, so grab your cervezas and sombreros and begin the party

Aerosmith to play in Spain on final tour

Tickets for two Spain dates will be up for grabs from November 16 to see the four time grammy winners one last time

The Maybe Nots head to Malaga next weekend fresh off their latest album

The band's new-wave electronics and age-old rhythms are an intriguing combination

Gibraltar is flying high

With the world’s third highest GDP per capita, Gibraltar’s rock solid economy puts others in the shade, writes Tom Powell

LIVE FROM GIBRALTAR: National Day underway as Picardo delivers rousing speech and Queen sends ‘best wishes’

Live report from Gibraltar National Day with Fabian Picardo and a message from the Queen

Spanish rock and pop: Relistening and rethinking

After taking a close listen to the best Spanish bands, we were surprised to discover how darn good they were

Saxon to headline HardnHeavy rock festival in Gibraltar

The festival on June 27 celebrates its tenth anniversary

Pink Floyd’s iconic sound to hit the coast

To celebrate 50 years of the psychedelic rock band

Monkeys’ bid for the freedom of Gibraltar

Belinda Beckett, Mistress of Sizzle reports on the Rock’s ‘pest problem’

Spanish fishermen in Gibraltar close to netting deal with local authorities

Two hour meeting was ‘constructive’ insists Chief Minister Picardo

Diving into Gibraltar’s past

James Bryce comes face-to-face with Gibraltar’s sea-faring past - and some cross-dressing snails - while diving in the waters around the Rock

Most Spaniards unconcerned with Gibraltar disputes

Over half of Spaniards claim the dispute with Gibraltar is not important
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