• The Story of Gib is best selling book in festival five year history

    The Story of Gib is best selling book in festival five year history

    • November 20, 2017

    ‘The Story of Gibraltar’, the latest book in the Wallbook series this weekend became the bestselling book ever at the Gibraltar Gibunco Literary Festival. The book launched on Friday sold 800 copies in just four days. This is the best and fastest selling book in the festival’s five year history. Christopher Lloyd is delighted and

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  • Govt set to publish ‘Heritage and Antiquities’ act this month

    Govt set to publish ‘Heritage and Antiquities’ act this month

    • November 20, 2017

    Heritage Minister Dr John Cortes revealed last week at the annual general meeting of the Gibraltar Heritage Trust that “the long awaited” Heritage and Antiquities Act will be published later this month. “I trust it will satisfy all the stakeholders and will help preserve our heritage assets even more,” said Dr Cortes at a well-attended

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  • ‘Best literary festival in the world’ – Lipman

    ‘Best literary festival in the world’ – Lipman

    • November 20, 2017

    The Gibraltar Gibunco Literary Festival has been described as the best literary festival anywhere in the world. As rapturous applause filled a packed John Mackintosh Hall theatre at the end of her ‘in conversation with… ‘ actress Maureen Lipman told the audience: “This is the best literary festival in the whole world”. A fully fledged

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  • Gibraltar’s military history ‘is still alive’

    Gibraltar’s military history ‘is still alive’

    • November 18, 2017

    Journalist and author Nicholas Rankin has flagged the need to protect Gibraltar’s military heritage as he presented his latest book to an audience at the Garrison Library yesterday, delivering the Chronicle lecture as part of the fifth Gibraltar Gibunco International Literary Festival. Interviewed by Chronicle Editor Brian Reyes, Mr Rankin contextualised the book ‘Defending the

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  • Tusk sets December deadline for Brexit progress

    Tusk sets December deadline for Brexit progress

    • November 18, 2017

    European Council president Donald Tusk has set a deadline of the start of December for Britain to make further movement on its Brexit divorce bill and the future of the Irish border. Speaking after talks with Theresa May in Sweden, Mr Tusk said the EU has completed the internal work necessary to give the green

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  • ‘I’m very optimistic about Brexit,’ Ann Widdecombe says

    ‘I’m very optimistic about Brexit,’ Ann Widdecombe says

    • November 18, 2017

    Former Tory politician Ann Widdecombe said she is very optimistic for Gibraltar as the UK prepares to leave the European Union, adding that Britain will not desert the Rock and will ensure that it is “included in everything”. Miss Widdecombe, a Brexiteer, was speaking on the second day of the fifth edition of the Gibraltar

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