• New premises for Gib’s long established photographic club

    New premises for Gib’s long established photographic club0

    The Gibraltar Photographic Society this week opened its newly refurbished premises at Wellington Front. “The future of Gibraltar’s photographic society is not what it used to be as we now have a dry, fit for purpose home for the photographic society, which is just a phenomenal achievement,” said Governor Lieutenant General Edward Davis at a

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  • Nolan on the West End stage

    Nolan on the West End stage0

    Gibraltarian Nolan Robba (his stage name Nolan Edwards) is performing on the West End as part of the cast of the ENO production of the Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel. The show, a Semi-staged version of the popular musical, opened on Friday and will only run for five weeks until 13 May and Mr Edwards is

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  • Gib set to mark 1967 Referendum in a major way

    Gib set to mark 1967 Referendum in a major way0

    This year, September 10, Gibraltar will mark 50 years since the 1967 Referendum. This momentous occasion and defining moment in the Rock’s history – when the people were given a say in what its future should be and in which the people voted overwhelmingly to remain British, Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia said, was

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  • Ombudsman should be given powers to investigate ‘own motion’

    Ombudsman should be given powers to investigate ‘own motion’0

    Gibraltar’s Ombudsman should be given powers to investigate its own motions in order to initiate its own investigations. This says former Ombudsman Mario Hook, having stepping down from his post just a week ago, should be introduced to further develop and improve the Office of the Ombudsman on the Rock. England and Gibraltar are the

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  • Commonwealth initiative will open doors for Gib University

    Commonwealth initiative will open doors for Gib University0

    The Gibraltar Commonwealth Scholarship is the beginning of the fulfilment of the potential of this University of Gibraltar, said Chief Minister Fabian Picardo, at the launch yesterday at the University. It was, he told the University’s Chancellor Lord Luce and its Vice-Chancellor Professor Daniella Tilbury, as well as invited guests which included Governor Lt. Gen.

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  • Gib’s sovereignty is not up for debate in Brexit talks, Theresa May warns

    Gib’s sovereignty is not up for debate in Brexit talks, Theresa May warns0

    by Alice Mascarenhas and PA Gavin Cordon and Jon Val UK Prime Minister Theresa May yesterday warned the sovereignty of Gibraltar would not be up for negotiation in the Brexit talks when she met European Council president Donald Tusk for the first time since triggering Article 50. At the meeting at 10 Downing Street Mrs

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