Following a day of intensive enquiries, execution of search warrants and of obtaining and viewing CCTV footage, officers investigating last night’s stabbing incident have this evening arrested 2 local, 31 year old men.
November 25th is the ‘International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women’. Violence against women and girls is one of the most widespread, persistent and devastating human rights violations in our world today.
In an effort to improve the night bus service provided on Fridays and Saturdays by the Gibraltar Bus Company, Government have announced that an additional bus will be introduced to the N8 route.
Last night, officers of the RGP’s Area Response Team responded to an altercation between two men in the vicinity of the Bahia Bar at Waterport Road.
The Friends of Gibraltar recently presented a cheque for £3,767 to the Gibraltar National Archives (GNA) for a roller cartographic scanner to be used for their ongoing Digitisation Project.
Minister for Commerce, The Hon Albert Isola MP, attended the annual Foreign Press Association dinner in London yesterday evening.
Government have today proudly announced that it will introduce legislation against the commercial importation of cosmetics and other products that contain plastic microbeads, making Gibraltar one of the first jurisdictions in the world to take such significant action.
The Minister for Health, Care and Justice, the Honourable Neil F. Costa MP has formally launched this year’s Fostering Awareness Campaign, to celebrate the success and achievements of fostering in Gibraltar.
The Department of Education have congratulated Nicole Torres Byrne on her Learner of the Year award in this year’s British Association for Supported Employment (BASE) graduation ceremony.
Commissioner of Police Eddie Yome received his Queen’s Police Medal (QPM) from HRH Prince William Duke of Cambridge at an investiture ceremony held at Buckingham Palace on Friday 10th November 2017.
Unite announces the result of the 2017-2018 pay review ballot at Morrisons Supermarket in Gibraltar.
The Gibraltar Live Music Society will be hosting the first ever Michael Danino Award Ceremony this coming Wednesday 22nd November at Rock on The Rock Club.
Over the past two years, Gibraltar has seen an increase in the number of people who have opened up their hearts, lives and homes, to accommodate children who, for various reasons, cannot live with their families and who require alternative placements, which may be temporary, but in some cases, may be permanent.
The 100 Club on London’s Oxford Street is music’s equivalent to Napoleon Bonaparte: Quite small, not particularly attractive but rightfully important, historically.
There were seven hours of detailed intergovernmental discussions between the UK and Gibraltar Governments in London today.
A team from the Department of the Environment and Climate Change, headed by Environment Minister Prof John Cortes and Environment CEO Dr Liesl Torres, was in London last week.
The RGP have commented on the male involved in the incident at Sir William Jackson Grove, saying he continues to be hospitalised at St Bernard’s Hospital. "He is stable, making progress and no longer in a critical condition."
The Gibraltar Health Authority have announced that, following a tender process, it has formally engaged in contractual agreements with two UK transport companies, to provide services to sponsored patients and their appointed escorts, when travelling to London for treatment or, to attend medical appointments.