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Brazilian storm - Gibraltar Chronicle
The Queen’s Cinema swayed to the rhythms of jazzy Bossanovas as Eliane Elias and her band brought the house down with a superb set of tuneful Latin melodies and jazzy tributes to departed legend Chet Baker whom she credited as the real father of the ...
Picardo tells bankers EC tax challenge is ‘easily surmountable’ - Gibraltar Chronicle
The European Commission’s state aid investigation into Gibraltar’s corporate tax regime will be ‘easily surmountable’ as long as the Rock is given ‘a fair and objective hearing’, Chief Minister Fabian Picardo said this week. Speaking at a ...
UN Fourth Committee approves ‘ad hoc’ talks clause for adoption - Gibraltar Chronicle
The United Nations Fourth Committee has approved, without a vote, a draft decision on the “Question of Gibraltar”, sending it to the General Assembly for adoption. The move on Thursday evening signals the approach of ad hoc talks and the intensity of ...
Royal Marine amputees take on Rock Run - Gibraltar Chronicle
Two Royal Marine amputees arrived in Gibraltar yesterday to take part in the ‘Rock Run’ this morning following an invite from the Royal British Legion. Lance Corporal Jason Hare was robbed of his left leg and three digits on his hand when he stepped on ...
New OBE association formed - Gibraltar Chronicle
Gibraltar’s newest association calling itself – The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire Gibraltar Association – has this week been set up. The association is made up of people who over the years have been appointed to the Order of the British ...
New Aloes is ‘best property in Europe’ - Gibraltar Chronicle
A £10.9m home built on former Ministry of Defence land has won the ‘Best Property Single Unit – Europe’ regional award at the recently held International Property Awards in London. The property, known as the New Aloes, will now compete against other ...
Appeal Court finds ‘no bias’ in appointment of Marrache trial judge - Gibraltar Chronicle
The Court of Appeal yesterday said that the Governor and judicial authorities in Gibraltar had acted properly when they appointed Sir Geoffrey Grigson as an “independent and impartial” judge to hear the Marrache fraud trial.
Three years on, jazz festival reaping the benefits - Gibraltar Chronicle
“Music to my ears” was how Culture Minister Steven Linares described the words of Elie Massias when he praised the many talented young local musicians who this week have taken advantage of the jazz workshops at the start of the 3rd Gibraltar ...
Hook, one of 72 artists to feature in Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year 2014 - Gibraltar Chronicle
Local artist Christian Hook is one of 72 artists who will feature in a new programme on Sky Arts this November. Following the enormous success of the first series, Joan Bakewell and Frank Skinner return to present Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year 2014 ...
Gibraltar Finance in Zurich hedge fund forum - Gibraltar Chronicle
Gibraltar Finance together with members of the Gibraltar Funds & Investments Association (GFIA) have attended and exhibited at the Hedge Fund Start-up Forum in Zurich. This follows on the heels of the Funds Lunch in London this week hosted by the ...
Govt confirms ad hoc talks ‘soon’ but terms and parties not yet agreed - Gibraltar Chronicle
‘Ad hoc’ talks involving officials and technical experts from Gibraltar, Spain, UK and the European Commission are imminent but not likely within the three week framework suggested by the El Pais newspaper yesterday, it has emerged. But if they do ...
Gibraltar issues Marines stamps - Gibraltar Chronicle
The Government of Gibraltar and the Gibraltar Philatelic Bureau are tomorrow issuing a stamp sheet commemorating the Royal Marines 350th Anniversary. The stamp features the Royal Marines crest which was photographed at the RM monument situated at Ocean ...
Jazz festival - Gibraltar Chronicle
The Minister for Health and Environment, John Cortes, representing the Minister for Sports, Culture, Heritage and Youth, has delivered 50 invitations to the participants in the workshops yesterday morning. The sessions have seen a large number of young ...
Government housing rent arrears edge close to £5m - Gibraltar Chronicle
The total amount of unpaid rent owed by some tenants in government housing reached £4.8m at the end of March, prompting the Principal Auditor, James Posso, to again highlight the Housing Department’s inability to chase its debtors. Focusing on arrears ...
Jail for smugglers in £3m cannabis haul - Gibraltar Chronicle
Two men were yesterday sentenced to five years and four months in prison after they were caught in British waters attempting to smuggle nearly £3 million worth of cannabis across the Strait into Spain.
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