Wednesday, 20 September, 2017

Jed Neill


Hungry Monkey pedals forward with green initiative

POPULAR delivery company Hungry Monkey has started using bicycles to shuttle meals to clients in Gibraltar. The company has three bikes between six employees which they rotate depending on staff shifts.   Operational Manager Steve Lasenby...

Casemates Square basketball tournament brings together old and young

THE Gibraltar Amateur Basketball Association (GABBA) organised the first ever basketball tournament last week. The tournament used a 3×3 setup, involving friends and family of all ages from u12 to a senior team. Both...

British we are, British we stay – Gibraltar National Day

‘BRITISH we are, British we stay’, was the mantra that branded Gibraltarians as, definitively, British subjects when 99% of them voted to remain part of the United Kingdom in 1967. The 50th anniversary of Gibraltar...

Government blasted for inviting ‘homophobic’ DUP politician to Gibraltar National Day

A LEADING LGBT activist has criticised the Government for ‘giving a platform’ to a ‘homophobic MP.’ Ian Paisley Jr member of the Democratic Unionist Party has been invited to this weekend’s National Day in Gibraltar...

Chief Minister of Gibraltar expresses support for Caribbean communities devastated by hurricane Irma

THE Chief Minister Fabian Picardo QC has written to all UK territories in the Caribbean that have been in the devastating pathway of Hurricane Irma. These include separate letters to the Premier of the British...



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Queen´s Commonwealth Games Baton pays a popular visit to the Rock

THE QUEEN´S Baton, which is making its 230,000km journey to Australia, took a stop in Gibraltar this week. The historic Baton is taking in the...
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