Stephen Neish is a journalist and broadcaster, and the former news editor of GBC. He writes a weekly column called 'Stephen's Niche'.
An elephant statuette is drinking milk, they told me, get down there and investigate. Sure, I thought. And if I look out the window I might just see pigs flying. I had finished work for the day and was relaxing at home when the call came from the GBC newsroom. A “miracle” that had occurredREAD MORE
Well, summer’s nearly over and I can report that I’ve turned a deeper shade of brown over the last couple of months. What’s tickled me pink between sunbathing sessions though is the language used by estate agents to try and persuade you to buy one of their properties. Let me explain. One of my wife’sREAD MORE
In my opinion As Harold Macmillan is purported to have replied when asked what a prime minister most feared: “Events, dear boy, events”. Well, it’s events that have prompted me to interrupt my summer break and put pen to paper again earlier than planned. Back in April in this column I mused on what IREAD MORE
With the UK general election taking place tomorrow I thought I’d share some of my early memories of covering elections in Gibraltar. My first, in 1988, was held amid a sense that the end of an era was at hand. Led by Sir Joshua Hassan the AACR had, except for a two-year period, governed continuouslyREAD MORE