• Cyber seductress strikes again in ‘sextortion’ scam

    Cyber seductress strikes again in ‘sextortion’ scam

    • December 18, 2015

    An online seductress has struck again, duping a local man into a “sextortion” scam in a bid to blackmail him for cash. This is the latest in a string of similar incidents targeting people in Gibraltar, prompting fresh warnings from police. A simple Facebook friend request from an attractive woman is how the men are

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  • Lisa Brown’s sister in Christmas plea

    Lisa Brown’s sister in Christmas plea

    • December 18, 2015

    The sister of the British mother missing from Guadiaro in Spain has issued another desperate plea for information regarding her disappearance. Lisa Brown, 32, was last seen at her home in San Roque on November 6. She was reported missing after she failed to collect her eight-year old son from school. Her sister Helen Jordan

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  • Time capsule sealed behind Queen’s plaque

    Time capsule sealed behind Queen’s plaque

    • December 18, 2015

    A time capsule was buried at the new St Bernard’s first and middle school yesterday behind the foundation stone laid by the Queen when she visited the Rock in May 1954. Pupils from both the middle and first school helped Gibraltar Government ministers Steven Linares and Gilbert Licudi to bury the historic cache. The time

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  • GBC raises over £120,000

    GBC raises over £120,000

    • December 18, 2015

    Gibraltar once again went all out to support the traditional GBC Open Day raising so far £121,559. The final figure won’t be known for some time it is very likely to top last years of over £30,000. Gerard Teuma , CEO of GBC, described it as “an absolutely fabulous amount of money”. Radio Gibraltar alone

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  • GHA set to launch new system for primary care appointments

    • December 17, 2015

    The Gibraltar Health Authority has reminded the public of planned changes to the Primary Care Centre appointments booking system. In order to streamline its appointment service, the PCC will be introducing a 48 hour pre-bookable appointment system as from January 4, 2016. Appointments will no longer be released exclusively on the first working day of each month as

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  • Randall’s ‘Walk to the Rock’ raises £17,000

    Randall’s ‘Walk to the Rock’ raises £17,000

    • December 17, 2015

    Former Commanding Officer of the Royal Gibraltar Regiment Mark Randall has this week launched the book ‘Walk to the Rock’ –  an account of his journey from Cardiff to Gibraltar and the tale of his adventures through Iberia to bring the Ark of Cardiff to its final resting place, Gibraltar. Yesterday he presented a cheque

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