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  • Payas wins bronze medal in 800m

    Payas wins bronze medal in 800m

    • June 28, 2017

    PIC Johnny Bugeja Cameron Payas won a bronze medal in the men’s 800m yesterday evening with a time of 1.54.60. The young athletes secured Gibraltar’s second bronze medal in athletics. The Shetland Islands took Gold while the Cayman Islands took Silver.

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  • Double gold and double silver for shooters

    Double gold and double silver for shooters

    • June 28, 2017

    Pcs: Johnny Bugeja Clay Shooter Tom Sawyer became a double gold medalist yesterday as he secured his, and Gibraltar’s, second Gold of the NatWest Island Games in Gotland. Having got a taste for gold in the team event along with Harry Murphy, Mr Sawyer scooped his second in the individual round following intense touch-and-go competition

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  • EU must protect Gibraltar’s border fluidity, Garcia says

    EU must protect Gibraltar’s border fluidity, Garcia says

    • June 28, 2017

    The border between Gibraltar and Spain is “a microcosm of what Europe should be” and the EU should take pride in that and ensure continued fluidity post Brexit, deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia said in a budget statement this week. Dr Garcia, who is has responsibility in the Gibraltar Government for exiting the EU,

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  • UK out of EU customs union and single market by March 2019, David Davis says

    UK out of EU customs union and single market by March 2019, David Davis says

    • June 27, 2017

    The UK will be out of the EU customs union and single market by March 2019, David Davis said. The Brexit Secretary said he expected the UK to have left the arrangements within the two-year timetable set out under the Article 50 process. His comments came as Chancellor Philip Hammond repeated his call for a

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Opinion

  • 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

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  • 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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