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  • Local history thrills youngsters

    Local history thrills youngsters
    • August 25, 2016

    Local children learnt of the wonders of Gibraltar during a two and a half hour ‘Walk through History’ organised by the Gibraltar Museum yesterday. The tour began at Parson’s Lodge, then moved onto Rosia Bay and the 100 tonne gun. Senior guide Phil Smith led the tour which has been organised in conjunction with the

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  • Charity skydive for Calpe House

    Charity skydive for Calpe House
    • August 24, 2016

    A charity skydive for the Calpe House Appeal saw two members of staff from Gibraltar House in London and Miss Gibraltar 2016 Kayley Mifsud parachute off an airplane. Miss Mifsud, Faye Burfoot and Edwina O’Mahony reached speeds of around 130mph as they parachuted from a distance of 15,000 feet. The three ladies travelled to Seville

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  • GSD point to Govt ‘U-turn’ on LNG

    GSD point to Govt ‘U-turn’ on LNG
    • August 25, 2016

    The GSD has accused the Government of attempting to silence the Opposition on the issue of gas bunkering. As the row over the LNG facility continued yesterday the GSD said that the Government seems not to understand that the discussion had moved on from the simple provision of LNG storage to supply the power station

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  • Warning on careless fire risks

    Warning on careless fire risks
    • August 24, 2016

    The Gibraltar Fire and Rescue Service have reminded the public of its duty of care towards others and their surroundings. This follows a number of recent incidents involving the inappropriate disposal of smoking items that have caused harm to individuals and damage to personal property. Two incidents have been brought to the attention of the

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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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