On Sunday 10th January a sick Filipino seaman was brought into the Port of Gibraltar from the CAPITAN VASSILIS, a Greek ship on its way from the Ivory Coast to Romania. Sadly, the seaman died before he could be treated at St Bernard’s Hospital. The death of the seaman is now a matter for the Coroner.
Following a report of theft involving various unauthorised transactions using a bank debit card in late December 2015, officers from the RGP’s Serious Crime Unit launched an investigation that saw enquiries conducted at various local retail establishments and the retrieval and reviewing of CCTV footage from various locations.
The Royal Gibraltar Police would like to advise the general public of several incidents during the past week whereby counterfeit £50.00 sterling (Bank of England) notes have been “passed” as payment for purchases made at several local establishments. A total of 6 reports of “Passing a Counterfeit Currency” have been received, with a total of 8 notes detected and seized.
Following a promotional board held by Her Majesty’s Government of Gibraltar’s Human Resources Department, several Gibraltar Fire and Rescue Service personnel have been promoted.
HM Government of Gibraltar has today announced that it ‘is pleased with the positive trends in shipping activity at theport as it reviews its performance for 2015.’