• Talks continues in London on Brexit and finance

    Talks continues in London on Brexit and finance0

    Gibraltar’s Minister of Commerce, Albert Isola, has been in London for a series of meetings covering Brexit and the FinTech and insurance sectors. The meetings on Brexit took place with officials from the UK Government and further developed the ongoing discussions in respect of Gibraltar’s financial services and gaming industries. In both meetings, the minister

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  • Schools row deepens as senior teachers expose rift with GTA

    Schools row deepens as senior teachers expose rift with GTA0

    Senior teachers from several of Gibraltar’s schools have disassociated themselves from statements made by the Gibraltar Teachers’ Association about the Gibraltar Government’s school refurbishment programme. They were responding to comments made by GTA president Victor Gonzalez, who told this newspaper earlier this week that staff at Westside Comprehensive School, Governor’s Meadow, Bishop Fitzgerald and St

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  • Parliament pays tribute to Sir Joe

    Parliament pays tribute to Sir Joe0

    The bestowing of a knighthood on Sir Joe Bossano represents a ‘huge vindication’ of the legitimacy of the political stands he has taken since 1972, Chief Minister Fabian Picardo told Parliament yesterday as he led MPs in honouring the Father of the House on his achievement. Ahead of the first question and answer session of

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  • STM and GFSC avoid courtroom showdown

    STM and GFSC avoid courtroom showdown0

    STM Group has agreed a “collaborative way forward” with the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission in respect of issues relating to several of its businesses regulated here, thus avoiding a court hearing scheduled for next Monday. STM had filed an appeal of the GFSC’s decision to appoint inspectors but in light of the latest development, that

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  • Picardo to meet Junta president for Brexit talks

    Picardo to meet Junta president for Brexit talks0

    Chief Minister Fabian Picardo will meet the president of the Junta de Andalucia, Susana Diaz, in Seville next week to discuss Brexit and ways of generating more cross-border business. The meeting comes after the Junta, the PSOE-led regional government, contributed to a report published by the EU Committee of the Regions on the impact of

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  • Govt hits back at GTA claims

    Govt hits back at GTA claims0

    The Gibraltar Government last night hit back at claims by the Gibraltar Teachers Association that teaching staff have not been consulted on aspects of the plans for the new schools including their locations. The Government expressed ‘disappointment’ after the GTA executive, in an interview with the Chronicle, indicated that the Government’s failure to consult with

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