• The shark infested waters of Sudan

    The shark infested waters of Sudan

    • December 7, 2018

    In this weeks travel feature, local traveller Shaun Yeo takes a dive into the shark infested waters of Sudan capturing some stunning images. By Shaun Yeo The Red Sea is a diver’s paradise, and is rated as one of the best places to dive in the world. Egypt takes most of its credit, but a

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  • Best Wishes for Miss Gibraltar at the Miss World Pageant

    Best Wishes for Miss Gibraltar at the Miss World Pageant

    • December 5, 2018

    The Minister for Culture, the Media, Youth and Sport, Steven Linares has sent a message of best wishes on behalf of everyone in Gibraltar to Miss Gibraltar 2018 Star Farrugia. Miss Farrugia is participating at the Miss World Finals taking place in Sanya, China this coming Saturday December 8, 2018. The text of the message

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  • Tricks, illusions and a night of magic

    Tricks, illusions and a night of magic

    • December 2, 2018

    An evening of illusions, magic, acrobatic feats and the sweet story of a man and his lamp unfolded at the opening night of the third Gibraltar International Magic Festival. The line-up including Magic Unlimited, Luis Dalton, Rocco Silano, Jordan Lopez, Patrick Lehnen, Po-Cheng Lai, Sos and Victoria, and Jerome Murat kept the audience captivated on

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  • Purple light and Pancreatic Cancer

    Purple light and Pancreatic Cancer

    • December 2, 2018

    A ‘purple light’ event was held on Sunday evening, which saw entertainer Erin Willett turn on the lights for the Tower of Homage purple to raise awareness for Pancreatic Cancer. Ms Willett, is a former contestant on America’s The Voice and also performs a song she co-wrote with Liz Russo and Tova Litvin called Hope’s

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  • Festival of Lights brings magic to annual Christmas switch-on

    Festival of Lights brings magic to annual Christmas switch-on

    • December 2, 2018

    The Christmas Festival of Lights brought holiday cheer to a packed John Mackintosh Square last Friday. Families watched on in awe as the ‘big button’ was pressed switching on the lights until the end of the holiday season. This year’s Christmas Festival of Lights was organised by the Gibraltar Cultural Services, on behalf of the

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  • ‘The Wardrobe’ at Magazine Studio

    ‘The Wardrobe’ at Magazine Studio

    • December 2, 2018

    A play exploring British History was performed by 19 young actors at the Gibraltar Academy of Music and Performing Arts. The play at the Magazine Studio Theatre at Flat Bastion Road is an opportunity for young local talent to perform in a more intimate setting. The Wardrobe is a play by Sam Holcroft that spans

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  • The wonderful world of Petra

    The wonderful world of Petra

    • November 29, 2018

    Are you a keen traveller? Or do you enjoy short weekend breaks up the coast? The Chronicle’s weekly travel feature is open for local writers to share their experiences of the places they visit. Situated among the rugged desert canyons and mountains in Southern Jordan is the world famous, UNESCO world heritage site of Petra.

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  • Connecting art, music, drama, poetry and life coaching

    Connecting art, music, drama, poetry and life coaching

    • November 25, 2018

    Often at the Literary Festival you hear of books, songs and ideas which may have crossed your own mind and life at some point. But what is amazing is the way in which these have played a part in other people’s lives as well. My 2018 Literary Festival journey began with the mention of two

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  • Friends film show about disability on the Rock

    Friends film show about disability on the Rock

    • November 18, 2018

    Intro Freddie Stabb and Natalie Amber are two best friends who both have a disability and filmed a short show in Gibraltar. The show that the duo are pitching to production companies aims to change perceptions of disability. The pair told the Chronicle about their aspirations for the show as well as what they found

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  • Gibraltar to host classic vehicles assembly

    Gibraltar to host classic vehicles assembly

    • November 18, 2018

    Gibraltar will host the 52nd Annual General Assembly of FIVA on the Sunborn Hotel this weekend. FIVA, Fédération Internationale de Véhicules Anciens, is the federation for ancient vehicles. To mark the prestigious event a number of cars form the Gibraltar Classic Vehicle Association will be displaying their vehicles on the Ocean Village, Promenade. Forming part

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  • Three friends launch joint exhibition at Fine Arts Gallery

    Three friends launch joint exhibition at Fine Arts Gallery

    • November 18, 2018

    INTRO Mark Baglietto, Pilar Alecio and Christine Borge launched their ‘Expressions’ exhibition earlier this week at the Fine Arts Gallery. The three friends decided of join forces to create this collective exhibition features artworks in different styles and mediums. The exhibition held at the Fine Arts Gallery was launched by the Minister for Culture Steven

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  • Biking Over Yonder

    Biking Over Yonder

    • November 18, 2018

    Motor biker Stephen Matthews recently departed Gibraltar to cross the Strait into Morocco as he continues his journey around the world on two wheels. Mr Matthews is raising money for Katharine House Hospice in the UK, a place that took care of his mother as she fought the battle she eventually lost with cancer. He

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