The ESG has recently been discussing the threat of a potential new Refinery in the Bay with Spanish Environmental groups and concerned citizens.

Her Majesty’s Government of Gibraltar’s policy on Victoria Stadium was made clear in the manifesto voted for by almost 70% of the electorate.

Her Majesty’s Government of Gibraltar, has not made any public statements in respect of Government overtime.

Hikaru Nakamura is the 2016 Tradewise Gibraltar Masters winner for the second consecutive year.

As the new small boats marina nears completion, HM Government of Gibraltar has today published the Small Vessels (Mooring Controls) Rules 2016.

The Chief Minister, the Hon Fabian Picardo QC, and the Deputy Chief Minister, the Hon Dr Joseph Garcia, have held a series of useful and productive meetings in London.

The statement from Roy Clinton on public finances belies his failure to understand the rotten legacy of the GSD in respect of Gibraltar's debt and useable cash reserves.

An ‘incursion’ into BGTW by an Algeciras pilot vessel took place just after midday on Wednesday 3rd February 2016.

Following a report of Burglary at the premises of Pizzeria Plaza at Market Place in the early hours of yesterday a 33yr old man has been arrested.

A 26yr old local man has been arrested on suspicion of Possession and Possession with intent to supply approximately 600grms of cannabis resin and Possession of Firearms.

Coach education opportunities for coaches, leaders and volunteers working to develop sporting opportunities for children and young people.

Her Majesty’s Government of Gibraltar would like to clarify its position on Victoria Stadium. Victoria Stadium will not be upgraded to a Category 3 stadium.

The Gibraltar Cultural Services, on behalf of the Ministry for Culture, is inviting local artists to the annual Art Competition for Young Artists that will be held in March 2016.

Young people from Dolphins Youth Club spent an amazing weekend at the Europa Retreat Centre as part of their commitment to informal education.

In the last two weeks, there has been considerable publicity regarding Zika Virus Disease or ‘Zika’.

The Chief Minister, the Hon Fabian Picardo QC, and Deputy Chief Minister, the Hon Dr Joseph Garcia, will leave Gibraltar on Monday to travel to London.

CHIEF MINISTER Fabian Picard said that “Gibraltar opens its doors to the people of chess”. Visiting the Tradewise Gibraltar International Chess Festival yesterday he spoke of the Rock of Gibraltar being the home of chess in January and February every year.

Gibraltar Citizens Advice Bureau (GCAB) is expecting a surge in people getting help with debt problems during the coming weeks.
Some people have begun the New Year fighting a debt hangover. We usually see a rise in people getting help with debt problems in January, but the kind of problems people are struggling with has been changing throughout the years.

The Minister with responsibility for Justice commenced the Proceeds of Crime Act 2015 in its entirety.
This Act consolidates current legislation on money laundering in Gibraltar and creates a single regime dealing with the recovery of money from drugs offences in the same manner as the recovery of money from other criminal conduct.

Her Majesty’s Government of Gibraltar has announced that Gibraltar’s first hybrid taxi is now in service.

Hybrid vehicles are highly beneficial to the environment as they have lower carbon dioxide emissions, use less fuel and release fewer exhaust emissions into the atmosphere.