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Gibraltar ‘is the home of chess’ - Picardo - Gibraltar Chronicle
Chief Minister Fabian Picardo spoke of how many chess players around the world today saw Gibraltar as the home of chess and the Rock representing so much of what their game is. The Chief Minister officially visited the Tradewise Chess Festival yesterday ...
Commissioner asks JPs to probe police bullying allegations - Gibraltar Chronicle
Justices of the Peace are interviewing officers and civilian workers at the Royal Gibraltar Police individually about allegations of bullying in the force. The interviews, which started on Monday and will continue next week, follow a request by police ...
Judge jails teen and warns of rise in ‘glassings’ - Gibraltar Chronicle
A “well-mannered and respectable” Moroccan juvenile who glassed another teenager with a broken bottle was jailed for two years yesterday. The 17-year old tried to stab the victim’s face after an argument, causing a 10cm long gash that pierced the ...
Half marathon for Gibraltar Cancer Relief - Gibraltar Chronicle
A donation of £2,231.06 was made to the Cancer Relief Centre after John Hunter raised the funds from competing in a half marathon in Seville. This donation will be used to fund the different services offered by Cancer Relief Gibraltar to people who are ...
Tech problem lands Heathrow flight in Malaga - Gibraltar Chronicle
A British Airways flight from Gibraltar to London Heathrow landed in Malaga airport yesterday as a precautionary measure following a technical problem which was discovered. A spokesman at the BA press office told the Chronicle that the decision was taken ...
GSD casts doubt on value of Dr Giraldi inquiry - Gibraltar Chronicle
Reserving their position until they have digested the full Dr Giraldi home inquiry report by Sir Jonathan Parker, the GSD Opposition yesterday suggested that they are not yet convinced that the high cost inquiry has been a justifiable use of tax payers money.
Govt responds to ‘false reports’ on North Mole reclamation - Gibraltar Chronicle
Gibraltar Government has responded to “considerable misinformation is being circulated in sectors of the Spanish media” regarding the reclamation project at the North Mole in for the new power station by setting out a detailed timeline of the formal ...
Governor calls at 2015 Tradewise Chess Festival - Gibraltar Chronicle
Governor Sir James Dutton gave emphasis to the “valued relationship” which exists between Gibraltar and the UK in a brief address to the chess players in this year’s Gibraltar Masters at the Tradewise Chess Festival. Welcoming the players during his ...
Bossano and Feetham agree Govt spending must allow for ‘rainy day’ - Gibraltar Chronicle
The Minister for Economic Development Joe Bossano yesterday declared his intention to use his new responsibilities to tighten up on the way government agencies are spending and acknowledged that governments should keep spending within their means.
Giraldi inquiry chairman delivers report - Gibraltar Chronicle
Sir Jonathan Parker, the Chairman of the Dr Giraldi Home Inquiry, yesterday delivered his report to the Gibraltar Government, which will be publish in full next week. Sir Jonathan presided over the Inquiry which was set up following allegations of ...
Sunborn fire ‘possibly sparked by cigarette’ - Gibraltar Chronicle
The fire next to the Sunborn Hotel could have been caused by a discarded cigarette, Parliament was told yesterday. The fire destroyed a small building between the hotel and the casino in Ocean Village that acted as a service entrance to the Sunborn and was ...
Girling calls on MEPs to end single sky ‘discrimination’ - Gibraltar Chronicle
Calling on MEPs to ensure Gibraltar’s inclusion in the EU single skies policies Julie Girling, Conservative MEP for the South West and Gibraltar, has declared Spain’s bid to exclude the Rock as “discriminatory and unacceptable.” Speaking in the ...
Bruzon family presentation to Cancer Relief Centre - Gibraltar Chronicle
Gibraltar’s Cancer Relief Centre have expressed their delight with the amount of £4,650 raised and donated to them from the sale of the late Charles Bruzon’s book “Outside our Comfort Zone”. Mr Bruzon’s wife Mariluz Bruzon and their sons, Louis ...
Mild winters good for caterpillars - Gibraltar Chronicle
A series of mild winters may be the reason why there are an increased number of caterpillars - the Pine Processionary Moth- on Gibraltar’s streets and green areas. People and dogs should avoid the Pine Processionary Moth, as they will release their hairs ...
Govt accuses GSD of ‘dangerous hypocrisy’ over buses - Gibraltar Chronicle
The Gibraltar Government yesterday accused the GSD’s of playing “a dangerous game” with its criticism of the new buses, adding that the move would backfire. In a statement, the government said the Opposition’s record on this issue was open to ...
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