Saturday, 18 November, 2017

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Cambridge Weight Plan brings innovative new treatment to Spain for diabetes sufferers

CAMBRIDGE Weight Plan is bringing its life saving treatment to Spain to help those at risk from developing diabetes. Its ‘buddy’ program pairs people up with their own consultant who creates a tailormade program of...

Music to our ears as star names announced for Gibraltar Jazz Festival

THE critically-acclaimed Al Di Meola is set to star at this year’s Gibraltar Jazz Festival. Di Meola has amassed over 20 albums selling six million records worldwide bringing his authentic sounds to ears everywhere. He...

HOME IMPROVEMENTS: Asbestos riddled buildings in Town Range to be knocked down for new...

DEVELOPERS are to knock-down asbestos infested buildings to make way for a new home for the elderly. A collection of ‘dilapidated’ buildings in the middle of Town Range are to be revamped in an...

Dolphin Dementia: Shock as mammals are also found to suffer from brain disease

DOLPHINS found dead off the Spanish coast have lead scientists to a groundbreaking new discovery: that like humans, these mammals can suffer from Alzheimer’s. Scientists from the Universities of St Andrews and Edinburgh, Florida...

OPEN BOOK: Literature forms key part of Gibraltarian identity says Picardo

CHIEF Minister Fabian Picardo has said royal patronage is a powerful endorsement of British values on the Rock in the run up to Gibraltar’s Literary Festival. Speaking at a private reception in London, he...

TENTA-COOL: Huge octopus mural unfurled on restored building

A MURAL of a giant octopus has been unveiled on a restored building in the historic Upper Town. Gibraltar’s first ever sea animal mural has been painted on a once derelict building on Castle Steps. Artist...

Yacht Property: Gibraltar Association makes a big impression in Monaco

THE Gibraltar Yachting Association has made waves at the Monaco Yacht Show with the launch of its first ever international event. Leading industry experts such as Chairman of the Association Richard Felipe's used the...

Hidden History: Fascinating World War II remains uncovered at Lathbury

AN archaeological survey has revealed a plethora of World War II remains at Lathbury Barracks. The survey has uncovered anti-aircraft gun positions, command posts, a network of access tunnels and shelters. The remains will be removed...

Government teams up with business leaders in effort to clean up our oceans

THE government has teamed up with businesses in-and-around Gibraltar in an effort to reduce the amount of plastic being putting into the sea.  Morrison's, Eroski and M&S have agreed to dispose of all single-use plastic...

ONE TO WATCH: Sailing’s biggest and baddest event will be heading through Gibraltar

ONE of the world’s longest and toughest sporting events will be heading through Gibraltar as it navigates the surface of the globe. The Volvo Ocean Race is a nine-month mammoth race encompassing 83,000 kilometres,...

Chief Minister strikes a ROYAL tone at reception evening in London

CHIEF Minister Fabian Picardo says royal patronage is a powerful endorsement of British values in the run up to Gibraltar’s Literary Festival. Speaking at a private reception at Gibraltar House, London, Picardo said that...

OUTRAGE as Monarch collapse dashes hopes of wedding plans in Gibraltar

A BRITISH couple who planned to wed in Gibraltar lost hundreds of pounds on cancelled flights for family members following Monarch’s collapse. Parents Zoe Dixon and Jaydon Smith, both aged 22 and from Plymouth,...

Gibraltarian match officials flown out to cover UEFA qualifying match

A TEAM of Gibraltar FA match officials were chosen to referee a UEFA Under 21 Euro Qualifying match between Liechtenstein and Wales. Referee Jason Barcelo and his assistants Johan Ward, Andrew Parody and Yaroslaff...

Rugby lads say they’re on track to become an international club following victory

GIBRALTAR Rugby Football Union (GRFC) feel confident that last week’s win against Hungary will put them in good stead to be an international club. It was the first time Gibraltar played Hungary and extended...

LA LA LAND: House prices in La Linea rise at record rates

HOUSE prices in La Linea are rising faster than anywhere else in Cadiz, according to new figures. Price rises have gone up 2.47% in the last quarter alone, but this is modest compared to the...

Gibraltarian school has started construction on new sixth form for A Level students

PRIOR Park School has announced the opening of its new Sixth Form. The Gibraltar-based independent school - which has grown from 55 to 95 pupils in just a year - will launch the A-level curriculum...

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Spanish authorities criticised after causing THREE HOUR delays at the border

WAITING times at the Gibraltarian border have peaked today after severe delays over the previous few weeks. The Gibraltar Olive Press has received reports that...
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