• Jail time

    Jail time0

    The Governor, Lieutenant General Edward Davis, has paid his first visit to HM Prison Windmill Hill. He was accompanied by the Minister for Justice, Neil Costa, and was shown round the facility by Prison Superintendent Daniel Agius and Chief Officer Gareth Coom

  • Anonymous ‘cube’ champions animal rights

    Anonymous ‘cube’ champions animal rights0

    The Gibraltar branch of Anonymous for the Voiceless held the Rock’s first ‘Cube of Truth’ in Casemates last Saturday morning to raise awareness of how animals are bred and slaughtered for food. Anonymous for the Voiceless is an animal rights organisation that specialises in street activism and has held over 1,600 demonstrations in over 251

  • Ecopark visit for the Mayor

    Ecopark visit for the Mayor0

    The Mayor, Kaiane Aldorino-Lopez, has visited the Ecopark in order to learn how waste is managed locally. She also wanted to gain a better understanding of the recycling process and the role that individuals can play. In a statement from her office Mrs Aldorino-Lopez said she was “committed to creating awareness of recycling and to

  • May: Divorce bill offer off table without UK agreeing partnership with Brussels

    May: Divorce bill offer off table without UK agreeing partnership with Brussels0

    Theresa May has said Britain’s offer for its divorce bill with the EU will be off the table if the UK does not agree a future partnership with Brussels. The Prime Minister told MPs the offer, which she said was likely to be between £35 billion and £39 billion, had been made “in the context

  • Legislative move will boost scope for renewable energy0

    Customers of the Gibraltar Electricity Authority will be able to feed electricity generated at home from renewable sources back into the grid, under draft legislation published by the Gibraltar Government yesterday. The proposed change to the Gibraltar Electricity Authority Act is aimed at encouraging renewable energy micro-generation in the home. Customers who install such equipment

  • Gib issues a set of WWF Bat stamps

    Gib issues a set of WWF Bat stamps0

    The Gibraltar Philatelic Bureau has released a set of four stamps in collaboration with the World Wildlife Fund, the Gib-Bats team and the Gibraltar Museum. The set features four protected bat species found in Gibraltar and the illustrations depicted on the stamps have been specifically commissioned to a well know wildlife artist Jonathan Pointer. The