• PSOE and PP clash over Gibraltar in pre-election debate

    PSOE and PP clash over Gibraltar in pre-election debate

    • December 16, 2015

    The issue cross-border relations between Gibraltar and Spain sparked a heated exchange during a pre-election debate yesterday between the controversial Partido Popular MP and mayor of Algeciras, Jose Ignacio Landaluce, and the PSOE MP Salvador de la Encina. The debate starkly illustrated the difference in approach between the two parties on Gibraltar in the run-up

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  • ‘Calpe House Needs Your Help’ appeal launches this week

    ‘Calpe House Needs Your Help’ appeal launches this week

    • December 15, 2015

    The Calpe House Trust is to launch a new building appeal ‘Calpe House Needs Your Help’ this Friday. The Appeal will be launched with a presentation of the plans in front of Parliament on Main Street on the Charity’s Flag Day at midday. Earlier this year the Calpe House Trust purchased three new buildings to meet the

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  • ‘Remember Queen’ to perform in Winter Party

    ‘Remember Queen’ to perform in Winter Party

    • December 15, 2015

    This Saturday sees the second Winter Party in Town. Organised by the Ministry for Culture and supported by the Gibraltar Federation of Small Businesses (GFSB), the Chamber of Commerce and a number of local businesses, this forms part of the ‘Christmas late night shopping experience’ with music and events as from 1pm across the Main

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  • Shell exhibition seeks public feedback on LNG project

    Shell exhibition seeks public feedback on LNG project

    • December 15, 2015

    An exhibition explaining plans for a liquefied natural gas storage facility opens in the John Mackintosh Hall today and aims to both inform the community and collect feedback for the environmental impact assessment [EIA] element of the planning process. The exhibition is being hosted by Royal Dutch Shell and Environmental Resource Management, the company conducting

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  • Rodriguez is Gib’s new Scout Chief Commissioner

    Rodriguez is Gib’s new Scout Chief Commissioner

    • December 15, 2015

    Mark Rodriguez is the new Chief Commissioner of the Scouting movement on the Rock. His appointment with immediate effect has been confirmed by the Scouting Association. He becomes Gibraltar’s youngest Chief Commissioner in the history of the movement. Professionally, Mr Rodriguez is a Quantity Surveyor for Gibraltar Joinery and Building Services. “I am hugely excited,”

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  • Constitutional development is ‘one way road’ to greater emancipation – Picardo

    Constitutional development is ‘one way road’ to greater emancipation – Picardo

    • December 15, 2015

    Constitutional development is “a one way road” toward greater emancipation for the people of Gibraltar “short of independence”, Chief Minister Fabian Picardo said this week as he looked ahead to a review of the 2006 Constitution marking its tenth anniversary next year. Along with the UK’s referendum on EU membership, the constitutional review will dominate

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