• Busy Airport

    Busy Airport

    • May 13, 2016

    Gibraltar International Airport hosted a charter flight flown by Brussels Airlines yesterday, delivering passengers for a cruise ship. At lunchtime, this was the scene on the tarmac. Pic by David Parody  

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  • Clubhouse premises raise concerns

    Clubhouse premises raise concerns

    • May 13, 2016

    Clubhouse Gibraltar unveiled its annual report yesterday, highlighting the positive work of its members in raising awareness of mental health issues. But the event also served to lay bare concerns and frustrations about the group’s current premises. During an hour-long presentation, Clubhouse officials said it now had more members than ever before and was making

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  • Awards acknowledge contributions to civil rights

    Awards acknowledge contributions to civil rights

    • May 13, 2016

    Individuals and organisations have been honoured at this year’s Independent Civil Society Awards for their roles in advancing civil rights and shaping modern Gibraltar. The awards ceremony, held at the Garrison Library, saw for the first time Equality Rights Group Chairman Felix Alvarez and Unite the Union Gibraltar Regional Officer Victor Ochello jointly present the

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  • ERG takes satirical swipe at Sacramento

    ERG takes satirical swipe at Sacramento

    • May 13, 2016

    The Equality Rights Group yesterday “politically cartooned” Government Minister Samantha Sacramento by awarding her three of their new “sour lemon” awards for her “less than positive contributions” this past year. Two new awards – the ‘sour lemon’ and the ‘nice strawberry’ – were introduced by the ERG and featured at the conclusion of the Independent

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  • Gibraltar ‘walks tall’ at anti-corruption summit

    Gibraltar ‘walks tall’ at anti-corruption summit

    • May 13, 2016

    Prime Minister David Cameron yesterday used an anti-corruption summit to defend the progress made by Britain’s Overseas Territories toward improving tax transparency. He made the statement as he hailed the event as “the biggest demonstration of the political will to address corruption that we have seen for many, many years”. Mr Cameron has faced criticism from campaigners

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  • Man charged with murder over soldier’s death

    Man charged with murder over soldier’s death

    • May 13, 2016

    Welsh police have charged an amateur boxer with the murder of Royal Gibraltar Regiment soldier Private Matthew Boyd in Brecon last weekend. Police in Wales confirmed on Wednesday night that they had charged 23-year old Jake Vellely with murder. A second man, 22-year old Aaeron Evans has been charged with affray. They appeared at Brecon

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