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Santos leads new academy for music and performing arts - Gibraltar Chronicle
The Gibraltar Government yesterday announced the creation of a new Gibraltar Academy for Music and the Performing Arts. As a result both the Santos Productions Academy headed by Christian Santos and the Allegro Music Productions headed by Cathy Bachelor ...
Feetham urges ‘calm maturity’ from Spain - Gibraltar Chronicle
Opposition leader Daniel Feetham yesterday urged Spain to engage in “calm, measured, intelligent and mature” relations with Gibraltar and the UK. Speaking on the Spanish radio station Onda Cero, he said the GSD’s position was for a return to the ...
UK, Spain and Gib ‘step up’ bid for cooperation in wake of shooting incident - Gibraltar Chronicle
The UK, Spain and Gibraltar have agreed to “step up” law enforcement cooperation at sea, including exchanging evidence to ensure criminals can be effectively prosecuted. The agreement is the result of a week of furious diplomatic contacts at the ...
Hammond committed to GSD role - Gibraltar Chronicle
GSD chairman Trevor Hammond said he would not be swayed from politics despite the damning assessment of the Opposition made by his wife, Isobel Ellul-Hammond, when she resigned as an MP this week. Mr Hammond, who has taken a prominent role in the GSD over ...
Feeling the Force’ with The Real Thing - Gibraltar Chronicle
Seventies band The Real Thing filled the Family Pavilion on Thursday night creating a great party atmosphere from their first number ‘Can You Feel the Force’. The group had the audience (in a packed pavilion) in the palm of their hands from the top of ...
Messi crowned best player in Europe - Gibraltar Chronicle
Lionel Messi was handed the UEFA Best Player in Europe Award at the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco on Thursday, increasing his ever growing trophy cabinet. He received the award for the second time in its five year history as journalists from the 54 UEFA member ...
ANDREA AT HER BEST - Gibraltar Chronicle
Andrea Simpson celebrated 30 years as a singer this week at the Gibraltar Fair in a special show at the Family Pavilion. The almost two hour show included favourite songs and those which are closely associated with her such as ‘This is My Life’ and ...
Ellul-Hammond resigns as MP with stinging attack on GSD - Gibraltar Chronicle
Opposition MP Isobel Ellul-Hammond resigned her seat in Parliament yesterday and delivered a stinging assessment of the GSD as she retired from politics, insisting the party no longer inspired confidence in her for the future. Mrs Ellul-Hammond had ...
Picardo and Franco talk of cross-border cooperation - Gibraltar Chronicle
The Mayor of La Linea, Juan Franco, said he wants to continue the work of the previous PSOE-led council in fostering good cross-border relations with Gibraltar. He was speaking yesterday after meeting Chief Minister Fabian Picardo during a formal visit to ...
Lord Luce is appointed Chancellor of the University of Gibraltar - Gibraltar Chronicle
Former Governor of Gibraltar Lord Luce is to be the first Chancellor of The University of Gibraltar which opens next month. His appointment was announced yesterday by Minister for Education Gilbert Licudi. Lord Luce said his appointment was an immense ...
Spain seeks to defuse SVA row - report - Gibraltar Chronicle
Spain has signalled its “full willingness” to improve cross-border law enforcement cooperation with Gibraltar, according to a press report in Spain. The left-leaning El Pais said the Spanish Government was seeking to defuse the fallout from last ...
Opposition says DPC ‘rubber stamped’ power station project - Gibraltar Chronicle
The GSD said the Development and Planning Commission’s ‘rubber stamping’ of the LNG power station environmental impact assessment was another in a series of ‘flaws’ with the project. In a statement, the Opposition said the DPC had examined the ...
Amid tension over Ukraine, a Russian submarine docks in Ceuta - Gibraltar Chronicle
One of Russia’s new state-of-the-art submarines docked in Ceuta yesterday morning on its way into the Mediterranean. The diesel-powered Novorossiysk, which was launched in 2013, is characterised by advanced stealth technology making it virtually ...
Guardia Civil association says lack of cooperation ‘is absurd’ - Gibraltar Chronicle
An association representing Guardia Civil officers has called for an operational protocol that “sets aside” politics to the enable coordination with law enforcement agencies in Gibraltar. Speaking to reporters in Spain, the secretary general of the ...
Spain says SVA was ‘exercising jurisdiction in Spanish waters’ - Gibraltar Chronicle
Spain’s customs service, the Servicio de Vigilancia Aduanera [SVA], admitted yesterday that shots were fired during an incursion by Spanish customs last Saturday, but insisted its officers were “exercising jurisdiction in Spanish waters”. The ...
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