• Police search for two migrants, arrest two more

    Police search for two migrants, arrest two more0

    Police are searching for two migrants who were part of a group that clandestinely landed in the area of the Eastside reclamation late yesterday afternoon. Another two men, both believed to be Moroccan nationals, were arrested by officers of the Royal Gibraltar Police for immigration offences. The group had been spotted by Customs officers landing

  • New commander for HMS Sabre

    New commander for HMS Sabre0

    Lieutenant Lloyd Cardy has assumed command of HMS Sabre, one of the two patrol vessels that make up the core of the Royal Navy’s Gibraltar Squadron. After a short handover from Lieutenant Commander James Myhill, Lt Cardy said: “I am incredibly excited to assume command of HMS Sabre. This is an event I have been

  • Governor’s Coin for Chronicle’s Mascarenhas

    Governor’s Coin for Chronicle’s Mascarenhas0

    Alice Mascarenhas, the Chronicle’s former Deputy Editor, has received a Governor’s Coin in recognition of her dedication to journalism for over four decades. Ms Mascarenhas, who also previously worked as a broadcaster at GBC, retired last month but will continue writing for this newspaper. As well as regular features, she will write a weekly column

  • Eco Art workshops find beauty in nature

    Eco Art workshops find beauty in nature0

    Artist Ania Maza is once again spending the summer teaching the Rock’s kids about nature and art with her Eco Art workshops in the Botanic Gardens. Although she runs regular Eco Art workshops in the Alameda, these two-day workshops form part of the Summer Sports and Leisure programme. The children do a variety of activities

  • Summer sports are plastic free

    Summer sports are plastic free0

    Just two weeks after Environment Minister John Cortes announced at an Island Games reception a “plastics free 2019 Games”, the Gibraltar Government has followed up with what it called “a plastic water bottle free Summer Sports programme”. In keeping with the Government’s policy on single-use plastics, the GSLA will not be distributing water in plastic

  • Govt’s ‘Digital Services’ project sparks dispute with GGCA

    Govt’s ‘Digital Services’ project sparks dispute with GGCA0

    The GGCA has declared a dispute with the Gibraltar Government in respect of its membership within the Information Technology and Logistics Department, citing a series of secondments from the department. In a statement the white-collar union said it felt it had no choice but to commence with industrial action. The union said the main contention