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Picardo to meet with president of the Andalucian Junta over Brexit

FABIAN Picardo is to meet with the President of the Andalucian Junta to discuss how negative fallout from Brexit can be minimised. The Chief Minister...

Voices of Gibraltar – January 18

Jordan Davis, 37, Works at the Gibraltar Tourist Board "I remember when I was a toddler that there was always a sense of excitement whenever...

Help us! Andalucia demands funding to cope with Brexit impact

ANDALUCIA has called for the EU to create a fund to help European regions that will be affected by Brexit. The fund is part...

Deputy Chief Minister speaks to students on Brexit

DEPUTY chief minister Dr Joseph Garcia delighted students as he visited three schools on the Rock to chat about EU negotiations on Brexit.  Talking to...

Marrache & Co lawsuit will go to re-trial after Court of Appeal ruling

A RE-TRIAL of the lawsuit involving Jyske Bank and Marrache & Co will take place after a ruling by the Court of Appeal. The original...

Gibraltarian delegation to visit London on public finance

POLITICIANS from Gibraltar are to visit London to learn more about effective public financial management. The party will be headed by Sir Joe Bossano, who...

GSD slams government over low classroom temperatures

THE opposition party, GSD, has slammed the government for allowing classroom temperatures to fall below 10 degrees celsius.  The teachers union, NASUWT, announced that even...

Spain considering Ryanair boycott over new hand luggage rules

SPAIN has been advised to boycott Ryanair as its new hand luggage rules come into force today.  The new rules state that passengers who choose...

Rockwarts! Harry Potter set to transform Gibraltar for World Book Day

TO the delight of young wizards and witches across the Rock, Harry Potter will be the theme for this year’s World Book Day. Children are...

Man on trial after allegedly breaking woman’s jaw in Casemates brawl

A 19-year-old man is on trial this week accused of causing grievous bodily harm after allegedly punching a woman and breaking her jaw. The accused,...

Azopardi vows GSD will keep pressure on over Brexit and public services

HOLDING the government to account over Brexit and lobbying for improvements to public services are the priorities for the Gibraltar Social Democrats in 2018. The...

Budding Gibraltarian authors invited to enter short story competitions

FIVE short story writing competitions have been launched as part of this year’s Gibraltar Spring Festival. The contests are open to budding writers from Gibraltar...

Excitement builds as world’s best to descend on Gibraltar for chess tournament

THE biggest names in the world of chess will compete for record-breaking prize money at this year’s Tradewise Gibraltar Chess Festival. The 16th edition of...

Rowing Marine’s record Atlantic row postponed due to family illness

Lee Spencer, the Rowing Marine, has postponed his world record attempt to row the Atlantic after his mother fell serious ill. Lee was attempting to...

Tortilla trouble! Owners of Cadiz bar blame Masterchef for salmonella outbreak

OWNERS of a Cadiz restaurant facing legal action after serving deadly tortillas have blamed TV show Masterchef. The Grimaldi bar infected over 100 people with...

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Appeal to history! Sir Brian Neill honoured in memorial service

HE is credited as the man who revolutionised Gibraltar’s Court of Appeal. He also oversaw a tribunal that was the focus of what was...
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