• United in silence against terror

    United in silence against terror0

    Gibraltar yesterday stood in solidarity with Spain yesterday, honouring those who died in Thursday’s terrorist attacks with a minute’s silence in Convent Place. As the clock struck noon, staff at No.6 Convent Place and The Convent bowed their heads to pay their respects. Traffic came to a halt with passers-by stopping to join in the

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  • Police kill five terrorists wearing fake bomb belts in second attack in Spain

    Police kill five terrorists wearing fake bomb belts in second attack in Spain0

    Five terrorists wearing fake suicide belts have been killed by police following the Barcelona attack, while three suspects are in custody. Britons in the Catalonia capital and in the seaside town of Cambrils – the scene of a second attack in the early hours of Friday, around 70 miles (113km) west along the coast from

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  • Overall pass rate of 92% as students receive A-Level results

    Overall pass rate of 92% as students receive A-Level results0

    Local students at the Gibraltar College, Westside and Bayside Schools received their A-Level results today. The overall pass rate was 92%, slightly down on last year, while pass rates in some subjects were considerably higher than last year. There were 10 Gibraltar Scholars, students who attained three As or above. Overall, results have remained consistently

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  • UK will champion Gib-EU trade in Brexit talks

    UK will champion Gib-EU trade in Brexit talks0

    Gibraltar’s trade with the EU will remain “a priority issue” that Britain will ensure is taken into account during Brexit negotiations, the UK Government said yesterday. The reference to Gibraltar and other Overseas Territories was made in a document published yesterday in which the UK set out its plans for a future customs agreement with

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  • Theresa May heads back as ministers flesh out post-Brexit aims

    Theresa May heads back as ministers flesh out post-Brexit aims0

    Theresa May is expected to arrive back in Downing Street on Thursday as ministers spend the week fleshing out details of their hopes for Britain’s future with the EU after Brexit. The UK Government will spell out its aims for new customs arrangements after the UK has quit the bloc in documents released by Brexit

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  • Govt files plans for new Europa Point Sports Club housing sports and performing arts

    Govt files plans for new Europa Point Sports Club housing sports and performing arts0

    Plans for the Europa Point Sports Club the new home of Gibraltar’s Rugby Football Union, cricket, squash, darts and other sports and including the performing arts has been filed with the Town Planner. The facility will have a playing field which will provide for international standard rugby and cricket pitch and nets, and three futsal

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