On Tuesday 20th September, the Hon Albert Isola MP, Minister with responsibility for Financial Services, hosted a highly successful financial services breakfast at the Four Seasons Hotel Des Bergues in Geneva; the event being part of a Gibraltar Day in the Genevois capital.

Six in ten Internet of Things devices do not properly tell customers how their personal information is being used, an international study has found.

Government have issued a statement where it notes the incidence of noise disruption at Bayside School on Monday afternoon due to ongoing works at the nearby World Trade Centre construction site.

The Ministry for Transport, Traffic and Technical Services yesterday announced the introduction of a pilot Pay & Display zone at Line Wall Road as part of the Sustainable Traffic, Transport and Parking Plan.

In connection with a series of recent and forthcoming retirements, the Commissioner of Police Mr. Eddie YOME CPM is pleased to announce promotions to the ranks of Chief Inspector, Inspector and Sergeant.

Gibraltar Finance is attending and sponsoring STEP 2016, Edinburgh on 22 September 2016 in conjunction with the private sector. Paul Astengo, Senior Executive will lead the Gibraltar delegation.

The Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia has told delegates at the Liberal Democrat party conference in Brighton that the interests of Gibraltar must be fully protected during the negotiation of a new relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union.

The Deputy Chief Minister, Dr Joseph Garcia, this morning told the plenary session of the UK Liberal Democrats meeting in Brighton that there is no conflict between being British and being European.

The Environmental Protection and Research Unit within the DECC has over the past three weeks being carrying out operations targeting illegal spearfishing activities in BGTW.

The Airport Fire & Rescue Service is currently carrying out Emergency Response Driver Training for its new drivers.

Gibraltar Cultural Services has announced the programme of events for this year’s Autumn Season, from 3rd October to the 31st December 2016.

European Mobility Week takes place every year from 16 to 22 September, with the aim of encouraging sustainable transport measures and inviting people to try out alternatives to car use.

Officers of the Royal Gibraltar Police have arrested four men on suspicion of kidnapping.

The Royal Gibraltar Police are keen to speak to a male who may have witnessed a sexual assault upon a local woman.

Governor’s Meadow First School and Nursery held their own National Day Street Party last Friday 9th September in order to celebrate National Day and raise funds for Calpe House.

The Chief Minister Fabian Picardo and the Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia are in London for a series of meetings following on from the decision taken in the United Kingdom to leave the European Union.

The Ministry for Transport, Traffic and Technical Services have launched a new route on the Bus Tracker WebApp, Route 4.

Immediately after the National Day rally, the Minister for Telecommunications, Joe Bossano, left Gibraltar for Fiji in order to participate in the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation (CTO) Forum 2016.

Govt have announced that it has purchased an extensive collection of Gibraltar artwork and other artefacts which were offered for public sale by the liquidators of the collapsed law firm Marrache & Co.

An important delegation of Members of the UK Parliament will be coming to Gibraltar this year for National Day.