• Police data sheds light on juvenile crime

    Police data sheds light on juvenile crime0

    The Royal Gibraltar Police has arrested juveniles on around 600 separate occasions over the past three years, mostly in connection with thefts and burglaries. Of those overall arrests, some individual juveniles have been detained multiple times in connection with separate offences. The statistics were released to the Chronicle following a recent spike in juvenile crime

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  • Local students perform well despite GCSE changes

    Local students perform well despite GCSE changes0

    Gibraltarian students and teachers rose to the challenge of GCSE reforms and delivered a total of 28 super A* grades at level 9 under the new marking scheme. A total of 18 of those tope grades were achieved by boys at Bayside, with 10 students obtaining the same grade at Westside. The good performance was

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  • Tuna season brings big catch for a small number

    Tuna season brings big catch for a small number0

    A third of the 13.3 tonnes of Atlantic Bluefin tuna caught in Gibraltar waters since the season opened last June 16 was landed by just three local anglers, according to government data. Government figures show the three sport fishermen caught 4.3 tonnes of tuna between them. They were part of a small group of 10

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