• 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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  • Payas conquers the Catalina Crossing

    Payas conquers the Catalina Crossing0

    Nathan Payas said he was elated as he achieved yet another feat yesterday adding the Catalina Crossing to his now long list of marathon swimming challenges. “Hey… yer,” he shouted triumphantly on reaching Long Beach in California having completed the Catalina Crossing in just over nine and half hours. Mr Payas now holds the ‘Triple

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  • Youth retrace footsteps of ‘1967 Referendum’ generation

    Youth retrace footsteps of ‘1967 Referendum’ generation0

    Yesterday saw the start of the repainting of Devil’s Gap Road, commonly known as “Referendum Steps” by volunteers from the Gibraltar Youth Service. This forms part of the Government’s build up to the 50th Anniversary of the Referendum in 1967. Visiting the area yesterday at the start of a week-long project was the Acting Chief

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  • Gib university and first schools at ClimACT meeting

    Gib university and first schools at ClimACT meeting0

    Kevin Wahnon from St Bernard’s First School and Amaia Fernandez from the University of Gibraltar visited France as part of a ClimACT initiative at the University of La Rochelle. The progress meeting brought together nine partner institutions including Gibraltar, France, Portugal and Spain, The programme is funded by the European Commission under the Interreg SUDOE

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