- July 20, 2016
Eyleen Sheil is a reporter at the Gibraltar Chronicle.
Alan Priddy, the captain of Team Britannia, presented Deborah Huxley from Calpe House a cheque for £7,500 recently. The money was half the proceeds of a charity night held by the crew, who will attempt a round the world record next year, in October. “Calpe House is eternally grateful for Mr Priddy and Team Britannia’sREAD MORE
The Gibraltar Chronicle has learnt that Santa Claus has received his flight plan and clearance to land in Gibraltar tonight. The annual visitor enlisted the help RAF Gibraltar’s Station Commander Wing Commander Liz Hutchison to file his flight plan with Air Traffic Control. Once she handed the flight plan to Air Traffic Controller Paul GomezREAD MORE
Main Street shop owners said trade remained strong in the run-up to Christmas, despite a surge in online shopping. The ease of online purchasing means many people opted for a click of the mouse instead of a walk down Main Street. But while one courier reported a 100% increase in parcel volumes in the weeks leadingREAD MORE
Members of the Development and Planning commission unanimously recommended that the Ministry of Defence rethink its plans to demolish the century old Police Post/Gatehouse at the entrance to the dockyard. The MoD filed an application with Town Planning stating it had “no use for this building but more importantly, the building footprint is required byREAD MORE