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  • GFA heads to Portugal without Casciaro

    GFA heads to Portugal without Casciaro
    • August 27, 2016

    Lincoln Red Imps’ Lee Casciaro will not form part of the 23-man Gibraltar squad heading for Portugal this bank holiday weekend to face Portugal and Greece next week. The final 23 man squad was announced by the Gibraltar Football Association at midday yesterday, with Lee Casciaro and Jake Gosling among the players who will not

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  • Don Diablo to headline GMF Dance Stage

    Don Diablo to headline GMF Dance Stage
    • August 27, 2016

    Don Diablo, Yves V and Brian Cross (Europa FM) have been announced to play the brand new Dance Stage at the Gibraltar Music Festival taking place next week. The festival next Saturday and Sunday will celebrate the best of pop, dance and indie music. Attracting talent from around the world, Gibraltar will see Ne-Yo, Stereophonics, All Saints,

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  • Govt clarifies position on affordable housing

    Govt clarifies position on affordable housing
    • August 27, 2016

    The Gibraltar Government said it can “categorically confirm” that the developments Hassan Centenary Terraces and Bob Peliza Mews are “moving ahead and will shortly be brought to a satisfactory conclusion.” It stated that negotiations for both developments were now in an advanced state and it continues to push to get the best possible deal for

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  • LNG bunkering proposal ‘nothing new’, Govt insists

    LNG bunkering proposal ‘nothing new’, Govt insists
    • August 26, 2016

    The Gibraltar Government said yesterday that it has been studying the potential for LNG bunkering for some considerable time, adding it has always been open about this. This was the latest exchange in a festering row over gas bunkering, with the Government hitting back at Opposition accusations that it had tried to silence the GSD

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Opinion

  • Politics and sport

    Politics and sport
    • August 25, 2016

    It is often said that politics and sport should not be mixed. Sometimes though, it is unavoidable. The judgement of the Court of Arbitration for Sport that we report on today is one such instance. In it, a panel of seasoned arbitrators makes a series of observations that could have important wider ramifications for Gibraltar

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  • Where there’s talent, there’s money

    • August 22, 2016

    By Mike Nicholls When predicting the future of post-Brexit Gibraltar, it is increasingly apparent that Gibraltar’s growth industries should be those where the border with Spain has minimal impact. Whilst everyone has their opinion on what will happen at the border once Brexit becomes reality, the industries that do not rely on goods or labour

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