• Green MEP steps up pressure on La Linea sewage problem

    Green MEP steps up pressure on La Linea sewage problem

    • June 4, 2016

    A Green MEP has pressed the European Commission to take “specific action” against Spain to address pollution from La Linea that is impact water quality at Western Beach. Molly Scott Cato, who represents Gibraltar and the southwest of England, urged the Commission to intervene directly to resolve this long-standing cross-border problem. The MEP tabled a

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  • Golf: Sebastian just one shot behind top spot

    Golf: Sebastian just one shot behind top spot

    • June 4, 2016

    Young Gibraltarian Golfer Sebastian Desoisa has come second in the Under 9 Category of the European Golf Championships with just one point behind the winner. The three day competition held in Gullane in Scotland saw some 70 competitors from around 20 countries. Speaking after the tournament, Sebastian, told the Chronicle he felt very good for

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  • A soldier’s funeral

    A soldier’s funeral

    • June 4, 2016

    Main Street ground to a halt yesterday as the local community paid its respects to Royal Gibraltar Regiment soldier Private Matthew Boyd, who died in tragic circumstances in Wales last month. Men and women from the regiment and Gibraltar’s essential services paid tribute to the fallen soldier by lining Main Street at midday as the

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  • New recruit for port VTS

    New recruit for port VTS

    • June 3, 2016

    Gibraltar Port Authority recruit Kaylan Catania is now a qualified Vessel Traffic Services [VTS] Operator after training in the UK. Mr Catania was appointed VTS Operator in April and over two months studied at the South Tyneside College near Newcastle. He now joins his other colleagues in ensuring navigational safety through constant monitoring of local

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  • ‘I’ll fight till I’m 100’, Bossano tells UN

    ‘I’ll fight till I’m 100’, Bossano tells UN

    • June 3, 2016

    Joe Bossano has told the C-24 that he will keep coming back to committee year-on-year until he is “100 years old” to fight for the Gibraltarian people’s right to self-determination. Mr Bossano, the Minister for Economic Development, made the comments during an address to the United Nations Pacific Regional Seminar of the Committee on Decolonisation

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  • Brexit fear resonates in Campo

    Brexit fear resonates in Campo

    • June 3, 2016

    Gibraltar’s fears about the negative impact of a Brexit were mirrored in the Campo de Gibraltar yesterday at a seminar analysing the consequences of the forthcoming EU referendum. The event in San Roque brought together politicians, academics, unions and businessmen to discuss the impact of a UK withdrawal from the EU on the Rock and

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