• New parking machines offer payment alternatives

    New parking machines offer payment alternatives0

    New Pay and Display machines will be introduced as from today in a number of locations across Gibraltar. In a statement the Ministry for Infrastructure and Planning explained that the new machines are in keeping with the recommendations of the Sustainable Traffic, Transport and Parking Plan, and in line with “constantly evolving technology”. These new

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  • Tim Farron hails ‘appetite for change’ as Lib Dems notch up 100,000 members

    Tim Farron hails ‘appetite for change’ as Lib Dems notch up 100,000 members0

    The Liberal Democrats have passed 100,000 members as the party targeted one of Labour’s most prominent Brexit backers. Lib Dem leader Tim Farron said there was an “appetite for change” in the UK as he campaigned in Labour Eurosceptic Kate Hoey’s seat. But the devout Christian faced further questions over whether he viewed gay sex

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  • GSD hits back at Govt ‘smokescreen’ over stadium

    GSD hits back at Govt ‘smokescreen’ over stadium0

    The GSD has hit back at the Gibraltar Government in a fresh exchange in the row over Victoria Stadium. While welcoming plans to develop the stadium for football alongside additional sporting infrastructure around the Rock, the GSD insisted the move amounted to a U-turn by the government. It accused Chief Minister Fabian Picardo of poor

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  • State visit by King of Spain postponed until July to avoid election clash

    State visit by King of Spain postponed until July to avoid election clash0

    The King of Spain’s state visit to the UK has been postponed after his country’s foreign minister indicated that staging it during the UK’s general election would not be appropriate. The visit of King Felipe VI and his wife, Queen Letizia, had been scheduled for June 6-8, which would have coincided with polling day, but

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  • Hassan Nahon urges wider smoking ban

    Hassan Nahon urges wider smoking ban0

    Independent Minster for Parliament Marlene Hassan Nahon is calling on the Government to ban smoking in outdoor parks. Welcoming and congratulating the Government on the recent no smoking law for Bayside Sports Complex, she would like the ban to be extended. “I echo the Government’s philosophy that ‘no sportsperson or spectator, especially no child, should

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  • UK election likely to see King of Spain’s state visit deferred

    UK election likely to see King of Spain’s state visit deferred0

    The King of Spain’s state visit to the UK is likely to be rescheduled after his country’s foreign minister indicated that staging it during the UK’s general election would not be appropriate. King Felipe VI, accompanied by his wife, Queen Letizia, is due to tour the UK from June 6-8 after it was announced in

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