• Special Olympics Torch Runners

    Special Olympics Torch Runners

    • June 22, 2017

    Gibraltar Law Enforcement officers and Special Olympic athletes yesterday participated in the annual Gibraltar Special Olympics Torch Run held in in conjunction with the Special Olympics National Games. The Torch Run started at 3pm from Saccone & Speed on Devils Tower Road and culminated at the start of the two event National Games at the

  • Costa signals parole review

    Costa signals parole review

    • June 22, 2017

    A review of Gibraltar’s parole system and the amount of time that prisoners must serve before being eligible for release on license will be among the tasks before the Government’s proposed Law Commission. Speaking in Parliament yesterday Justice Minister, Neil Costa, said this is of particular relevance given the differences between the UK and local

  • Minute’s silence for victims of Grenfell tower and Finsbury Mosque attack

    Minute’s silence for victims of Grenfell tower and Finsbury Mosque attack

    • June 22, 2017

    Parliamentarians united yesterday as they paid tribute to the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire and the Finsbury Mosque terror attack with a minute’s silence. Shortly before noon, the morning session of Parliament recessed and MPs made their way to the lobby to participate in the mark of respect for those who lost their lives

  • Well done team Calpe says CM

    Well done team Calpe says CM

    • June 21, 2017

    Chief Minister Fabian Picardo yesterday congratulated Team Calpe (and their backup team and Calpe House Trustees) on their successful cycle ride from London to Gibraltar. He invited the team to his office at No.6. The challenge has raised around £20,000 for the Calpe House Trust.’ See feature page 12.



  • Were we ready?

    Were we ready?

    • June 18, 2017

    In a three-part series for the Chronicle, Kenneth Asquez, a registered FA Intermediary, looks back at Gibraltar’s entry into international football, and offers a few ideas for the future. LONDON, Friday 24th May 2013. The venue is the Grosvenor Hotel. By an overwhelming majority of 98.25% of the votes, Gibraltar’s entry into the highest level

  • Political turmoil and a silver lining

    Political turmoil and a silver lining

    • June 10, 2017

    Theresa May called the June 8 election in the hope of securing a stronger hand as the UK went into Brexit talks. Instead, the Conservatives have come out weakened and there is a question mark over the Prime Minister’s future. Short of a parliamentary majority, Mrs May is clinging to an alliance with the Democratic

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