• Police dogs join armed officers in unique exercise

    Police dogs join armed officers in unique exercise

    • April 14, 2016

    Police dogs and armed officers yesterday stormed a building in search of a ‘suspect’ brandishing a knife – as part of a training exercise preparing for a ‘worst case scenario’. The Gibraltar Defence Police incorporated the training of its Dog Section with its firearm squad as part of a training exercise to defuse a potential

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  • GDP adds dogs to firearms training

    GDP adds dogs to firearms training

    • April 13, 2016

    The Gibraltar Defence Police today incorporated its Dog Section with its firearms squad as part of a training exercise to counter a weapons threat. This is the first time that such an exercise has ever been attempted in Gibraltar. Footage, taken from a GoPro strapped to police dog Nemo, shows the 2-year old Belgian Shepherd take

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  • Govt renews Washington intern deal

    Govt renews Washington intern deal

    • April 13, 2016

    The Minister for Education, Gilbert Licudi, renewed the agreement between Gibraltar Government and The Washington Center (TWC) on Monday. The Chief International Officer and Senior Vice President, Pilar Mendiola-Fernández for TWC, who flew over from Washington especially for this occasion, met with Mr Licudi at Gibraltar House in London for the signing ceremony. This new

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  • Bossano heads to China for green talks

    • April 13, 2016

    The Minister for Economic Development Joe Bossano travelled to China yesterday to hold meetings with the prospective investor group with whom he has met before in relation to green technologies. The meetings scheduled in Beijing, as well as involving the joint venture partners, will involve some very large Chinese corporate entities currently engaged in investing

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  • Gibraltar targets Asian shipping

    Gibraltar targets Asian shipping

    • April 13, 2016

    The Minister for Financial Services and Maritime Services, Albert Isola, accompanied by CEO and Captain of the Port, Bob Sanguinetti, led a delegation to Singapore and Hong Kong. The visit formed part of the Government’s continued campaign to raise the Port of Gibraltar’s profile and to aggressively market the broad range of services it delivers

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  • Body found in Toc H ruins

    Body found in Toc H ruins

    • April 13, 2016

    Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a 52-year old man whose body was found in the ruins of the old TOC H hostel. Officers sealed off the site, which is behind Referendum Gate next to the Gibraltar College, while detectives and forensics specialists recorded the scene. A post mortem investigation will be

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