Both the UK and Gibraltar Governments have released a joint statement regarding the third meeting of the Joint Ministerial Council on Brexit that took place in London this morning. This meeting coincided with the latest round of talks between the U.K. and the EU in Brussels.

The Chief Minister and the Deputy Chief Minister left for London this weekend in order to participate in the next round of the Joint Ministerial Council on Brexit.

The Minister for Equality, Samantha Sacramento, has delivered on a further milestone for equality. The Disability Act 2017, which will also be known as Agnes’ Law, was passed in Parliament yesterday.

Team Gibraltar will once again be participating in the Commonwealth Youth Games. The 6th edition of the Games will be held in Nassau, Bahamas  from the 18th to the 23rd July.

The Chief Minister Fabian Picardo and the Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia, met in Brussels with Sabine Weyand the EU Deputy Chief Negotiator on Brexit. The Gibraltar delegation also included the Attorney General Michael Llamas as well as Sir Graham Watson and Daniel D'Amato from Gibraltar House in Brussels.

The Summer Sports & Leisure Programme sponsored by longstanding partner NatWest is now up and running. The programme offers sport, positive leisure and outdoor adventure activities, health & fitness and fun games.

The Gibraltar Sports and Leisure Authority are offering evenings of sport and leisure activities throughout the summer for all the family. These will take place every Wednesday from 8pm to 10pm at the Bayside Sports Complex.

The Department of the Environment, Heritage and Climate Change will implement a temporary suspension to the 2017 Tuna Open Season.

Following the King of Spain's state visit to the UK, the Government of Gibraltar have reacted to the comment  made by the King of Spain about Gibraltar in his address in Westminster Hall.

51 year old Stephen Anthony Martinez has been arrested earlier today by officers of the RGP’s Public Protection Unit for possession of indecent photographs of children.

An important breakthrough in recognising the rights of territories linked to Commonwealth Countries has been achieved thanks to the efforts of Minister Joe Bossano.

Last week members of Dolphin's Youth Club hosted an interclub BBQ at their premises where over 60 members from the other youth clubs attended.

The Office of Fair Trading (OFT), in conjunction with the Ministry for Commerce, is raising awareness about the OFT’s recent appointment as a supervisory authority for high value dealers under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2015 (POCA).

Chief Minister Fabian Picardo will give an address at the Congress and Exhibition Palace Adolfo Suarez in Marbella on Tuesday 11th July at 12 noon.

Officials from the Ministry for Housing last week attended a conference organised by the Chartered Institute of Housing(CIH) in Manchester.

The Royal Gibraltar Police will be hosting its annual Summer Camp this year with two camps, each 1 week long, and catering for 15 children aged between 8-10 years, per week.

In view of the delays in businesses applying for their Main Street permits, and the number of these permits that each firm requires, Government have stated they will be extending the period for submission of permit applications by a further period of 7 days.

Elsie Gonzalez, Science Technician at Bayside School has been awarded the ‘Gratnell's Science Technician of the Year’ prize in its ‘International School’ section.

The Royal Gibraltar Police is warning the public of a new feature on the popular application “Snapchat” that reveals users’ locations. The “Snap Maps” feature was introduced into the application as part of a recent update, where it displays a map of nearby friends that pin point a user’s latest location gathered through their smart-phone’s GPS sensor.

A delegation of three members of the United States Congress arrived in Gibraltar last night on a fact-finding visit.