• New plaque marks 300 years of masonic history

    New plaque marks 300 years of masonic history0

    A masonic plaque marking the 300th anniversary of the United Grand Lodge of England will be unveiled at the public market today. The event has been organised by the District Grand Lodge of Gibraltar and the plaque will be unveiled by Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia in the presence of the Deputy District Grand

  • Interpretation panels offer insight into Europa Point’s history

    Interpretation panels offer insight into Europa Point’s history0

    The Minister for Environment, Dr John Cortes, inaugurated a new outdoor interpretation centre at Europa Point this week. Located beside Harding’s Battery near the lighthouse, it was originally the battery’s magazine. Now varied interpretation panels are on display providing information covering a wide range of topics such as the Neanderthals, birds, plants, the history of

  • Coronation Street star traces Gibraltar roots

    Coronation Street star traces Gibraltar roots0

    Michelle Keegan, star of the military drama Our Girl and Coronation Street, establishes her family links with Gibraltar in the upcoming episode of Who Do You Think You Are?, the BBC’s genealogy documentary series, screened tomorrow. Mancunian through and through, Michelle was already aware of a Gibraltar link to her family on her grandmother’s side

  • Youth Macbeth

    Youth Macbeth0

    The Young Shakespeare Company performed the 400 year old play to school children at the John Mackintosh Hall. The actors integrated local children into their performances with this young girl from Loreto Convent portraying Banquo’s son Fleance in the Shakespearian tragedy. See our feature on page 12 and 13 of our print or e-editions Pic

  • A heritage site worth protecting

    A heritage site worth protecting0

    The Conservation works on the emblematic heritage fortifications of Southport Gates will ensure the wall does not weaken or become destabilised so that it continues to be protected for future generations. Marcello Sanguinetti from the Department of Heritage explained how some plants were removed to protect the walls. However, the removal itself was not a