Brian Reyes is the Editor of the Gibraltar Chronicle.
Chief Minister Fabian Picardo delivered a bullish budget yesterday that pointed to strong economic growth underpinning significant public investment, but stopped short of delivering a basket of pre-election goodies against the backdrop of Brexit. In his eighth budget as Chief Minister just months before a general election, Mr Picardo said Gibraltar’s economy had outperformed expectationsREAD MORE
The chief executive of one of the world’s largest defence and security companies this praised Gibraltarian students who participated in the UK-wide CyberCenturion challenge. Teams of youngsters from Gibraltar have participated and excelled for several years running in the highly-competitive event, which in its latest edition attracted 575 teams in the initial round. Of those,READ MORE
Today marks the 50th anniversary of a painful milestone in our modern history, but also a key landmark in our collective identity. When the Spanish dictator General Franco shut the border in 1969, he believed Gibraltar would fall like a ripe fruit. Instead, this community hardened its resolve and came together, men and women alike,READ MORE
Alice Mascarenhas, the Chronicle’s former Deputy Editor, confessed yesterday that she was “stunned” when told she had been granted a National Honour by the Queen. For over four decades, Ms Mascarenhas has made a selfless, versatile contribution to the media in Gibraltar, covering community life in all its aspects but with a special focus onREAD MORE