• Laguna youth club brings world cuisine to the table

    Laguna youth club brings world cuisine to the table0

    The Gibraltar Youth Service is once again running cooking classes for young people on the Rock. Last week week the course was held every morning at the Laguna Youth Centre, which is temporarily based in Glacis estate, with a dozen children attending. Over the course of the week they learnt how to cook a meal

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  • Hassan Nahon highlights elderly concerns

    Hassan Nahon highlights elderly concerns0

    Independent MP Marlene Hassan Nahon has called on the Gibraltar Government to be more alert to the concerns of the elderly, as she highlighted the impact of works at Bishop Canilla House on residents. Ms Hassan Nahon first raised the issue last week having been approached by six different families who expressed concern at how

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  • Citizens’ rights far from a done deal, says Brexit Committee

    Citizens’ rights far from a done deal, says Brexit Committee0

    Substantial issues “remain unsolved” for British citizens living in the EU and EU citizens living in the UK, a House of Commons select committee has warned. The stark conclusion comes despite earlier assurances from the UK’s former Brexit Secretary, David Davis, and EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier that the chapter of the draft Withdrawal Agreement

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  • Race across Europe

    Race across Europe0

    Pic: Nikolas Khurana Long-distance cyclist Fritz Geer is pictured approaching the finish line at Europa Point last week, setting a record after cycling for 12 days from France to the Rock. This is the sixth year Gibraltar has hosted the finish of Europe’s ‘toughest’ ultracycling event, with cyclists pedalling non-stop for some 3000 miles. See

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  • Rock’s Bluefin anglers land 12 tonnes of tuna in three weeks

    Rock’s Bluefin anglers land 12 tonnes of tuna in three weeks0

    Gibraltar’s sports fishermen caught 75 Bluefin tunas weighing a total of 12 tonnes in the space of just three weeks, including one enthusiast who caught over a tonne of the prized fish. Data released to the Chronicle by the Department of the Environment showed that 47 out of the 162 anglers licensed to fish for

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  • Gib and UK work on insurance regulatory alignment

    Gib and UK work on insurance regulatory alignment0

    The UK and Gibraltar Governments are pressing ahead with work to ensure post-Brexit regulatory alignment in the insurance sector, a key element of the commitment to continued UK market access for Gibraltar-based firms. To this end, the UK Treasury and the Gibraltar Government have engaged Deloitte to work on a diagnostic assessment of the Gibraltarian

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