• Jetstream are ‘Loud in London’ with Toploader

    Jetstream are ‘Loud in London’ with Toploader

    • February 23, 2019

    Local band Jetstream once again took London by storm when they supported UK band Toploader at the O2 Academy in Islington. In addition to their performance on the Main Stage Jetstream guitarist Stu Whitwell and vocalist Nolan Frendo had a 45 minute interview with BBC Radio London presenters Sunny and Shay, which was broadcast live

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  • New Zealanders search for a missing piece of the Rock remains unsolved

    New Zealanders search for a missing piece of the Rock remains unsolved

    • February 23, 2019

    This week marks the 50th anniversary of when a piece of the Rock, taken from a stalactite in St Michael’s Cave was sent to New Zealand on behalf of the airline GibAir. The piece of rock was sent over to form part of an installation in the NAC building, New Zealand National Airways offices on

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  • Exploring Iceland: Above and below land

    Exploring Iceland: Above and below land

    • February 23, 2019

    In this week’s travel feature Louise-Anne Manasco and Max Pizarro take a look at what Iceland has to offer. Ice caves Vatnajokull Glacier, the largest glacier in both Iceland and Europe, displays fascinating ice caves. Vatnajokull Glacier has a surface area of approximately 8000km² which covers 8% of the Island. Its thickness is equally impressive

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  • Tomorrow on Alice’s Table

    Tomorrow on Alice’s Table

    • February 22, 2019

    Alice Mascarenhas interviews Abraham Levy about the Theatre Royal and his historical links to the Cowper family. Henry Cowper was the owner of the Royal Theatre in the area of Castle Steps during the mid to late 1700s. Check it out in tomorrow’s edition of the Chronicle on page 4 or on our e-edition.

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  • A solution to the challenge of property financing in Gibraltar

    A solution to the challenge of property financing in Gibraltar

    • February 21, 2019

    Since 1981 Kleinwort Hambros have had a presence in Gibraltar and is an active property lender for High Net Worth clients, Trusts and Family Offices financing residential and buy-to-let properties. In addition to lending against properties located in Gibraltar, we are also active in the UK and Channel Islands property markets. Kleinwort Hambros is fully

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  • Local challenge sees people learning to live without single-use plastic

    Local challenge sees people learning to live without single-use plastic

    • February 16, 2019

    Local business Gamma Architects is challenging people to join them in the challenge to live without single use plastic. Architect Ruth Massias Greenberg is quick to point out that they are aware that some single use plastic is unavoidable, be it for medical or hygiene reasons. The challenge called #freefromfebruary aims to start change habits

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  • Stargazing on the Big Island of Hawaii

    Stargazing on the Big Island of Hawaii

    • February 16, 2019

    The Polynesian Big Islands of Hawaii, or Hawai’i as it is known in Hawaiian is filled with the most wonderful ‘everythings’, wonderful volcanos, wonderful beaches, wonderful scenery, wonderful people, wonderful food, wonderful music, I could go on. But for me, two of the most wonderful things about this stunning island, was one on honeymoon with

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  • GAMPA produce Concert Series showcasing local talent

    GAMPA produce Concert Series showcasing local talent

    • February 16, 2019

    The Gibraltar Academy of Music and Performing Arts has produced a Concert Series with their students over the past two weeks at the Magazine Studio Theatre. The Concert Eeries opened with The Parasol Foundation Scholarship Recital in late January. The recital saw performances from the three Excellence and Promise and Potential Bursary Winners Andrii Zhalkovskyi,

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  • GAMPA launches ‘I Am Me’ project

    GAMPA launches ‘I Am Me’ project

    • February 16, 2019

    Schoolchildren in Gibraltar are learning tips on how value themselves as part of the “I Am Me” project led by the Gibraltar Academy of Music and Performing Arts. The team have been travelling around local schools and meeting with youngsters to spread this message of empowerment to help boost their self-esteem. The aim of the

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  • ‘Paintings to dance to’ launches new GEMA initiative

    ‘Paintings to dance to’ launches new GEMA initiative

    • February 16, 2019

    Wednesday night saw the launch of a new initiative introducing small monthly art exhibitions at GEMA – the Gibraltar Exhibition of Modern Art. The first features artist and president of the Fine Arts Association Paul Cosquieri who is presenting a new series of large scale abstract paintings entitled ‘paintings to dance to’ inspired by the

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  • Get romantic this Valentine’s weekend with some vegan heart shaped cookies

    Get romantic this Valentine’s weekend with some vegan heart shaped cookies

    • February 16, 2019

    The age old saying ‘the way to someone’s heart is through their stomach’ rings very true with these heart shaped strawberry cookies. This week the Gibraltar Vegan shows us how to get romantic while in the kitchen with this dairy-free alternative to cookies. The traditional cream is swapped with coconut cream and the butter is

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  • Emotional tributes as Mars Opportunity Rover pronounced dead

    Emotional tributes as Mars Opportunity Rover pronounced dead

    • February 14, 2019

    By Stephen Jones, Press Association Emotions were running high on social media as the universe waved goodbye to Nasa’s Opportunity rover after 15 years on the surface of Mars. Former US president Barack Obama led tributes to the vehicle, which was only built to operate for three months but ended up surviving far, far longer.

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