• GBX announces Rock Token sale

    GBX announces Rock Token sale0

    The Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange has announced it will issue $6m worth of digital ‘Rock Tokens’ at an online token sale event next month. Rock Tokens [RKT] will be issued via the cryptocurrency Ethereum’s ‘blockchain’ technology. The week-long event will see GBX issue 60m RKT worth $6m between February 7 and 14. The company announced it

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  • Dr Kumar awarded MBE for services to GHA

    Dr Kumar awarded MBE for services to GHA0

    The Director of Public Health, Dr Vijay Kumar, has been appointed a Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) for Services to the Gibraltar Health Authority. The announcement was made last night as the New Year’s Honours List was made public. On behalf of the Gibraltar Honours Board the Governor, Lieutenant

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  • RGP strengthens security with ‘unpredictable, intelligence-led’ deployments

    RGP strengthens security with ‘unpredictable, intelligence-led’ deployments0

    The Royal Gibraltar Police yesterday launched a new scheme designed to deter, detect and disrupt criminal and terrorist activity in crowded places. Project Servator sees the deployment of both highly visible and covert police officers and staff, alongside other resources including dogs, firearms and CCTV cameras in the city centre, other hotspots and at large

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  • easyJet adds over 3,000 seats on Gibraltar flights

    easyJet adds over 3,000 seats on Gibraltar flights0

    Low-cost airline easyJet has announced that a further 3,272 seats on routes between the UK and Gibraltar are now on sale until March 2018. The extra seats mean that passengers now have more opportunity to fly between the two destinations throughout the winter. In addition, 2772 seats have been added on flights from London Gatwick

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  • Catalan road and rail network disrupted in pro-independence general strike

    Catalan road and rail network disrupted in pro-independence general strike0

    Pro-independence protesters have blocked roads and stopped commuter trains on Wednesday in Spain’s Catalonia region as part of a general strike to protest the jailing of ousted Catalan government officials and secessionist activists. Many of the blockades were on roads leading to major Catalan cities, including the regional capital Barcelona, and major highways, the Catalan

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  • KING FELIPE CRITICISES CATALAN AUTHORITIES OVER INDEPENDENCE VOTE

    KING FELIPE CRITICISES CATALAN AUTHORITIES OVER INDEPENDENCE VOTE0

    The Catalan authorities have deliberately bent the law with their “irresponsible conduct”, Spain’s King Felipe VI has said. He said the state needs to ensure constitutional order and the rule of law in Catalonia. King Felipe spoke out as tens of thousands of people joined marches across Barcelona in protest against the Spanish government’s actions

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