Wednesday, 20 September, 2017

Joe Duggan (Reporter)

Joe Duggan (Reporter)
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Five key questions relating to the Judge Jack affair

Judge's axing still leaves many lingering doubts as to why the decision was taken

Justice minister Neil Costa must speak out over fears of ‘judicial interference’ in Judge...

EXCLUSIVE: Jack 'ruffled feathers' during Gibraltar stint, says Leader of the Opposition

GSD says government ‘out of touch’ over Justice Jack and calls for ‘full’ explanation...

'Absence of any response' from Costa 'speaks volumes'. says Elliot Phillips

Lawrence Llamas accuses government of having ‘misled’ Gibraltar over Justice Jack axing

No.6 is 'perversely hiding behind JSC' over decision to cut Jack's contract, says Llamas

Gibraltar Chief Justice to ‘seek to persuade’ government to hire third judge after Justice...

But legal source queries move and says 'it looks like a stitch-up'

Mr. Justice Jack says ‘unlikely’ JSC contract assurances not backed by Government of Gibraltar

Axing number of judges to three 'already' making listing cases 'more difficult', says Jack

Mr Justice Jack says lack of government explanation over contract non-renewal is ‘matter of...

Jack 'not clear' on why extension refused as number of judges cut to three over 'uncertainties ahead'

EXCLUSIVE: Judge Adrian Jack becomes first Supreme Court judge to not have contract renewed

Decision is 'very strange', says source, as Bar Council pays tribute to judge's 'mini-revolution'

Star Trek star Patrick Stewart blasts Brexit ahead of People’s March for Europe London...

STAR Trek star Patrick Stewart has slammed Brexit in a new video. The British actor spoke out against the ‘disinformation’ of the Leave campaign to take the UK out of the EU. Stewart was speaking ahead...

Brexit: What’s happened one year on after the EU referendum

IT was a 20-minute bike ride that changed everything. Cycling back from the University of Gibraltar referendum count in the wee small hours of June 24, I assumed Britain had voted to Remain in...

Alwani Summer Painting Exhibition offers £5,000 prize

LOCAL artists are brushing up their skills for this year’s Alwani Summer Painting Exhibition. The event takes place from July 5-20 at the Fine Arts Gallery. There is a £5,000 prize for the winner of the...

Betvictor speaks of Gibraltar commitment at unveiling of new offices

A GAMING company has renewed its commitment to Gibraltar after opening new offices. BetVictor spoke of its pride at being based on the Rock at the inauguration of its new £45 million headquarters in the...

Airport safety regulations mean new rules on building height in Gibraltar

DEVELOPERS have been issued with strict instructions on how tall buildings can be anywhere on the Rock. The new plan makes it clear exactly how high developments can be in order to meet the airport’s...

Government says Gibraltar sewage problem will be fixed soon

THE government has insisted ‘serious steps’ have been taken to treat Gibraltar’s sewage problem. No.6 was reacting after the European Court of Justice ruled the UK had failed to fulfil its obligations by not treating...

New Gibraltar team combats financial crime

THE Gibraltar Financial Services Commission (GFSC) is targeting financial crime in a new initiative. A new Financial Crime team has been established by Annette Perales as part of its partnership with European anti-money-laundering programme Moneyval. The...



Gibraltar's latest news

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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