• FSC to ask for more money, despite taxpayers' subsidy of more than £500,000

    The Financial Services Commission's decision to release both its annual report - coincidentally three months late - and proposals to significantly increase the fees it charges licensees Read More
  • Collapse of Catalan Bay dreams have cost Gibraltar taxpayers £28m

    Is there a jinx on 'the Mountain of Shame' and development plans for this piece of reclaimed land and its adjacent area?  Read More
  • Marco Fu Wins Dafabet Gibraltar Open - Vox Exclusive

    Although Gibraltar has no professional snooker players and little, if any, experience on the international circuit - let alone that Valhalla of global snooker, the Crucible, Read More
  • Picardo breathes new life into 'Brexit' battle - and promises to develop a vitally needed ten-year plan for our economy

    VOX VIEW: Three weeks ago Vox repeated an earlier warning about the dangers of 'Brexit' (a British withdrawal from the EU if Cameron's calls for Read More
  • Time for politicians to rise above party point-scoring and cooperate to plan - and protect - our financial future

    VOX VIEW:Now that the general election - and its inevitable outcome - is over, it is time for both Government and Opposition to put aside the party Read More
  • As 'Brexit' threatens our future economic health, Gibraltarians should demand their say

    VOX VIEWWhat is potentially one of the most significant political and economic developments which will affect Gibraltar's economic health for decades to come will be Read More

    VOX VIEW In much of the world the tightening of economic belts brought about by the global financial crisis of 2008 is still slow to Read More
  • GSD secret loan documents disclosed

    CM confirms Full Repayment of Threepwood Loan & Publishes Documents Showing GSD's Shameful Secret Loans that Lost Taxpayer £4m - Threepwood loan repaid with interest - £4m Read More
  • Gibraltar firms and individuals are the daily target of 1,000 Cybercrime attacks, expert warns

    In recent weeks a gang, or gangs, of Cyber-crooks have targeted firms and individuals in Gibraltar and have stolen more than £1 million in sophisticated Read More
  • Will electronics end our ability to converse?

    Walk up Main Street or Irish Town, cross the car park at Morrisons, join the queue at the Frontier, or even spread your towel on Read More

    A-top of the Old Bailey in London, probably the world's most famous court complex, stands a large bronze statue which appears to glow, even on Read More
  • Paradox of modern politics

    It's a paradox of modern politics that in a democracy a government is only as good as its parliamentary opposition. Read More
  • Could Beauty Queen's haircut help end 15-year boxing feud?

    A 15 year feud which has split Gibraltar's boxing community has been brought to a head by govt's intervention who have stepped in to help Read More
  • Government Publish Ministerial Code and Code of Conduct for MPs

    In line with its manifesto commitments, the Government has today published a Ministerial Code, which will apply to Ministers, and a separate Code for Members Read More
  • First set of Keys to be handed over to Beach View Terraces and Mons Calpe Mews homeowners within the next few months

    Her Majesty’s Government of Gibraltar announces that the affordable homes at Beach View Terraces and Mons Calpe Mews are very advanced. Read More
  • VOXVIEW: World-wide mistrust of politicians has not yet hit Gib, but...

    Winds of political change which began in the northern coast of Africa in the 'Arab Spring' have swept into Mediterranean Europe, altering subtly as they Read More
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VOX Gibraltar News

Over Twenty Meetings in Less Than Two Days in Brussels

The Chief Minister Fabian Picardo QC and the Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia returned to Gibraltar from an intense round of meetings and engagements in Brussels.


Borders and Coastguard Agency Recruits

The Borders and Coastguard Agency (BCA) has, since the turn of the year, run 3 separate Recruit Schools over a period of 5 months. Each training school has consisted of a 6 week programme which was designed to cover a wide range of issues to prepare the recruits for life as a Borders and Coastguard Officer.


New ‘Safety at Sea’ Booklet Published Jointly By GPA, RGP and GMA

To coincide with the arrival of the summer season a new version of the ‘Safety at Sea’ booklet has just been published in a joint venture between the Gibraltar Port Authority (GPA), the Royal Gibraltar Police (RGP) and the Gibraltar Maritime Administration (GMA).


Govt Say Air Pollution Has Decreased In Recent Years

Because of its concerns at the pollution levels it inherited, Government says 'it has been working hard, since elected at the end of 2011, to improve air quality in Gibraltar. Its data show that pollution levels have in fact been decreasing in that time. The GSD Opposition’s Trevor Hammond’s “deep concern” is amusing given that the data used by WHO is from 2008 to 2013, therefore mainly from his party’s term in Government.'


Environmental Cooperation with Junta de Andalucia

Minister for the Environment and Climate Change Dr John Cortes was in Cadiz with senior Departmental officials yesterday, visiting the Junta de Andalucia's head of Environment for Cadiz, the Delegado Provincial de Medio Ambiente, Angel Acuña at the Junta de Andalucia's Cadiz headquarters.


Fishing Incursions Are Down

Govt have released a statement stating 'Enforcement of the law remains the responsibility of the Royal Gibraltar Police and is at its discretion, although Environmental Protection Officers (EPOs), who do not have full enforcement powers, are increasingly involved in monitoring and challenging illegal activities – usually with considerable success. EPOs regularly challenge vessels, commercial and otherwise, and on most occasions these move away.'


Notre Dame School Disability Awareness Assembly

Notre Dame School held a Disability Awareness assembly last Friday. Guest speakers Eric Rowbottom and Manar Ben Tahayekt (a staff member at the Department of Education) delivered short presentations and answered questions from the children who took to the event and were very interested in finding out more about what it means to live with a disability.


2016 Gibraltar Spring Visual Arts Exhibition

The Gibraltar Spring Visual Arts Exhibition organised by Gibraltar Cultural Services on behalf of the Ministry of Culture, is being held at the Gustavo Bacarisas Gallery from 25th May to 3rd June. The Acting Chief Minister, the Hon Samantha Sacramento, officially opened the Exhibition and presented the prizes on Tuesday 24th May 2016.


Gibraltar Delegation in Brussels

Photos from the Gibraltar Delegation in Brussels


Garcia Tells Commonwealth Forum That There is No Conflict Between Being British And Being European

The Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia has declared that there is no conflict between being patriotic and British and being European at the same time. He warned that the United Kingdom and Gibraltar risk a period of economic and political limbo if the result of the Referendum on 23 June is to leave the European Union. Dr Garcia was addressing the Commonwealth Forum of the National Liberal Club in London while en route to Brussels.


More Articles...

  1. Youth Service Supports Mental Health Week
  2. Visit to Brussels
  3. Gibraltar Has Benefited From 60m Euros in EU Funding
  4. Clubhouse Gibraltar Thanks The Community
  5. Disclosure of Members’ Interests – The Focus is Now Firmly on the GSD says Govt
  6. “Stay Clean” Cheque Presentation
  7. Gibraltar Environmental Presentation to Falkland Islands Government
  8. Retrospective Exhibition: Art Exhibition Showcasing Three Royal Academicians
  9. Gibraltar Finance Finalists at The WealthBriefing European Awards 2016
  10. New Fire Control Operator For The Gibraltar Fire & Rescue Service

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