• 45 years of ballroom dancing on the Rock

    45 years of ballroom dancing on the Rock
    • February 12, 2016

    The Catholic Community Centre Sequence Dance Club celebrated its 45th Anniversary at the Central Hall. To mark this special anniversary, the German couple who are undefeated 2013 and 2014 Ballroom and Latin American Champions, Steffen Zoglauer and Sandra Koperski, performed on the Rock. The members were treated to a wonderful show with two surprise performances

  • Gaming giant in Red Imps bet blunder

    Gaming giant in Red Imps bet blunder
    • February 12, 2016

    Leading gaming company Bet365 was forced to suspend betting on Wednesday’s Rock Cup football match after it mistook Red Imps FC, a reserve side, for 13-time league champions Lincoln Red Imps. The gaming company had offered odds of 17-1 for Gibraltar United FC to win, thinking it was playing the top local side. Many locals,

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  • Gibraltar House hosts ESBA meeting

    Gibraltar House hosts ESBA meeting
    • February 13, 2016

    Gibraltar House in Brussels yesterday hosted a board meeting of the European Small Business Alliance (ESBA) which has its headquarters in the city and represents over one million small and medium-sized enterprises and self-employed people from 35 countries. The meeting was attended by Gemma Vasquez in her capacity as Chairperson of the GFSB.  

  • Police commissioner makes staff commendations

    Police commissioner makes staff commendations
    • February 13, 2016

    Commissioner of Police Eddie Yome yesterday presented commendations to members of the Royal Gibraltar Police Investors in People (IIP) project team. Awards were presented to Chief Inspector Paul Richardson and Administrative Officer Erika Delaney-Gomez, a member of the RGP’s civilian support staff. In addition to their individual workloads, both were instrumental in the coordination, direction



  • Preservation, not destruction

    • February 10, 2016

    by Rebecca Faller What do you think of when you picture Gibraltar’s upper town? Picturesque alleyways? Entrance doors with archways and keystones? Shutters? A landscape of higgledy piggledy roof-tops worthy of a Mario Finlayson painting? Most of us have some sort of historic connection with our old town, we may have grown in the area

  • An air of change in Parliament House

    • January 24, 2016

    There was an inescapable hint of change in the Gibraltar Parliament this week as five new parliamentarians took their seats for the first time. The GSD’s Roy Clinton, Marlene Hassan Nahon, Trevor Hammond, Elliot Phillips and Lawrence Llamas were all smiles as they sat on the Opposition bench alongside party leader Daniel Feetham and Edwin Reyes.

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