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Gorham’s Cave archaeological dig continues to build on the Neanderthal story - Gibraltar Chronicle
This summer’s archaeological dig at Gorham’s Cave finishes today with a group of archaeologists having concentrated over the past four weeks on excavating a Neanderthal campsite situated in the outer region of the cave. Archaeologists have found animal ...
Gib Govt website hacked for fake watches - Gibraltar Chronicle
An investigation by Channel 4 News has revealed that the Government of Gibraltar website was “hijacked by hackers” to sell fake luxury watches. Channel 4 News reported this week that a series of ‘.gov.uk’ sites were broken into, and Gibraltar’s ...
Gas plans under scrutiny in six-hour Parliament debate - Gibraltar Chronicle
The GSD has played an “irresponsible political game” over liquefied natural gas, Chief Minister Fabian Picardo told Parliament yesterday, adding that it was “denigrating and disparaging” the work of both local and international experts advising the ...
Miss Gibraltar getting ready for Miss World - Gibraltar Chronicle
Miss Gibraltar 2015 Hannah Bado has signed the Official Entry Form to participate at the Miss World Finals which will take place on Saturday 19 December 2015. This year the pageant is being held at the Beauty Crown Grand Theatre in Sanya, China. The staff ...
Isle of Man UK Minister praises Gib's‘strong’ environmental sustainability policies - Gibraltar Chronicle
The Environment, Food and Agriculture Minister from the Isle of Man has praised Gibraltar’s ‘thriving economy’ and the measures the Rock has taken to protect the environment. Richard Ronan made the comments yesterday having returned from Gibraltar as ...
SDGG release National Day programme of events - Gibraltar Chronicle
The Self Determination for Gibraltar Group has announced the programme of events for this year’s Gibraltar National Day – Thursday 10 September. The events are being organised by the SDGG, with the Gibraltar Cultural Services collaborating and ...
Reach for Life’ to protect young riders - Gibraltar Chronicle
A change to the law that aims to protect young pillion motorcycle riders who are unable to reach the vehicle’s pegs was enacted yesterday. The ‘Reach for Life’ campaign by the Royal Gibraltar Police will go through a ‘grace’ period from six to ...
Youngsters thrilled by Neanderthal story - Gibraltar Chronicle
As Gibraltar prepares for the decision on the UNESCO world heritage bid, excavations continue at Gorham’s Cave and the Neanderthal story continues to enthrall not just adults but young people as well. Yesterday, as part of the Walks Through History in ...
Absolute normality’ at pedestrian gates as trucks face delays - Gibraltar Chronicle
The new automated passport controls at Gibraltar border are working “correctly and with absolute normality”, the director general of Spain’s Policia Nacional claimed yesterday during a visit to the Campo de Gibraltar. Ignacio Cosidó told reporters ...
Action for Housing urges crackdown on ‘unruly’ Govt tenants - Gibraltar Chronicle
Action for Housing has called on the Gibraltar Government to intervene immediately to halt “unacceptable” anti-social behaviour impacting on government tenants. The group wrote to Housing Minister Samantha Sacramento after receiving complaints from ...
Freedom of the City for RGP and Special Olympics Gibraltar - Gibraltar Chronicle
The Royal Gibraltar Police and Special Olympics Gibraltar will be granted the Freedom of the City of Gibraltar under two motions to be presented by the Chief Minister Fabian Picardo in the Gibraltar Parliament today. The RGP motion notes that this year ...
ERG outraged over gay marriage referendum prospect - Gibraltar Chronicle
Equality Rights Group [ERG] has strongly reacted to comments made by Chief Minister Fabian Picardo on GBC’s ‘Direct Democracy’ programme this week in which he did not rule out the possibility of a referendum on gay marriage. According to the ERG ...
Midtown drill leaves Gib in the dark - Gibraltar Chronicle
Gibraltar was affected by a power cut mid-afternoon yesterday due to contractors on the Midtown Development site drilling through a mains cable. In a statement last night the Gibraltar Electricity Authority said the outage was caused when the contractor ...
Seventies sensation ‘The Real Thing’ performs at the Fair - Gibraltar Chronicle
Seventies legendary group The Real Thing will be in Gibraltar for the Gibraltar Fair at the end of next month. The group will be performing at the Family Pavilion which for the fifth year running will be managed by Stage One. The Real Thing will perform on ...
UK complains over Spain’s ‘intelligent border’ - Gibraltar Chronicle
Pedestrians again faced hour-long queues at the border yesterday morning, prompting Britain to complain to Spain that its new automated passport controls were causing “unreasonable” delays for commuters. British Government officials contacted their ...
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