Cristina Cavilla is the Chief Reporter at the Gibraltar Chronicle.
The Gibraltar Government has recouped almost £1 million from the resale of homes in affordable housing developments, as it gears up to tighten resale conditions ahead of the construction of new housing projects. The figure represents what the Government has received from a total of 94 original purchasers under the terms of their respective underleasesREAD MORE
A Supreme Court judge has warned of the potential dangers to consumers and economies of “near monopolies” in the telecommunications sector, stressing the need for “healthy and necessary” competition to protect users. Puisne Judge Christopher Butler made the observations even while delivering a ruling that favours Gibraltar’s largest telecoms company, the government-owned Gibtelecom, at theREAD MORE
The GSD has described the Government’s new affordable housing plans as a “repeat” of promises made to the electorate in their now “mothballed Blue Waters Project”, as it questioned the “affordable” nature of the project. In a statement the GSD flagged how despite first announcing the building of Hassans Centenary Terraces as part of theREAD MORE
Local barrister Christian Rocca has been appointed Gibraltar’s first Director of Public Prosecutions and will carry responsibility for criminal prosecutions. Mr Rocca’s appointment by the Attorney General, Michael Llamas, QC, for an initial period of five years was confirmed at a press briefing yesterday. The creation of the role of DPP ensures Gibraltar’s system isREAD MORE