Gibraltar

A DELEGATION from Gibraltar met with representatives of the British Government in London yesterday (Tuesday). Their wide agenda included discussions with officials from the Foreign Office, the Cabinet Office, the…
The Government of Gibraltar has donated emergency disaster relief supplies, including ten new 4x4 vehicles for the benefit of the Caribbean territories devastated by Hurricane Irma last week. The supplies…
SIR ALAN DUNCAN the Minister for Europe made his first trip to Gibraltar in order to meet with the government and to show Britain’s support for the Rock on National…
GIBRALTAR is decked out in its colours of red and white as the Rock celebrates celebrates the 50th anniversary of the 1967 referendum which saw the inhabitants of the Rock…
A SPANISH Guardia Civil patrol boat has cut across the bow of a US Military Sealift Command vessel, the USS Carson City, as it entered the port of Gibraltar. A…
CRAIG DAVID closed the MTV Gibraltar Calling Festival which was the prelude to a week of celebrations leading to the National Day party next Sunday. The festival was a combination…
ALTHOUGH Gibraltar has a relatively successful public bike hire operation in the Redibike, it followed the failed Gibibike programme which cost taxpayers £300,000. This was introduced in 2011 by the…
OFFICERS of HM Customs Marine Section seized ten cases of cigarettes and one rigid-hulled inflatable boat (RHIB) following an incident at Eastern Beach. Assisted by the Royal Gibraltar Police Marine…
THE Mrs Europe final was held in Novosibirsk, Russia and the winner was Davinia Baglietto from Gibraltar who was the second princess in the Mrs Gibraltar competition. She arrived home…
WITH all of the negative news about drunken Brits causing mayhem on board flights to Spain, low cost airline Monarch hopes to chill passengers out. Whilst at first an announcement…
THE temperature reached a high 28 degrees down at Ocean Village last weekend, but that did not deter the enthusiastic sailors from taking part in the RAOB /Ocean Village Charity…
THE people of Gibraltar stood side by side with Catalonia in the wake of yesterday’s attacks on Barcelona and Cambrils. As news emerged of the tragic events, the Chief Minister…
GIBRALTAR’S first Bitcoin cash machine has been installed in the reception of the World Trade Center. People working and living in Gibraltar, as well as those visiting can now purchase…
IN the early hours of this morning (Tuesday) officers of the Gibraltar Customs Marine Section seized cigarettes with a retail value of £9,000. The officers apprehended a 40-year-old Spanish national…
AS Gibraltar gets ready for the 50th Anniversary of the Referendum celebrations the Youth Service is repainting the steps leading up to the Upper Rock. Whilst some towns in Spain…
SPANISH newspapers have run headlines associating Gibraltar with the illegal movement of waste into Spain but a Guardia Civil report suggests this is just one of 43 countries involved. Operation…
Page 1 of 41

Poll of the Week

Given the short notice that many passengers received over flight cancellations, do you think Ryanair handled the situation professionally?

Create Gibraltar Alert

Do you want to be the first to receive our latest news from Gibraltar? Subscribe here.

Latest Tweets

#Holidayrental scam firm shut down. #Spain #holidays https://t.co/0mpeCsy25H
Man arrested over #Barcelona #terrorattack links https://t.co/mYxXpFqgvK
RT @euroweeklynews: Given the short notice that many passengers received over flight cancellations, do you think Ryanair handled the situat…
Follow Euro Weekly News on Twitter

Post Gallery

First two days of strike action suspended at Spain’s airports to allow 'space' for talks

Police hold Saudi royals at gunpoint in Marbella

Airport strikes in Spain loom as last-ditch talks scheduled

Juana Rivas faces prison despite handing sons over to father

EasyJet hoping new hand luggage in the hold option takes off on its flights

WATCH: Chris Froome increases La Vuelta a España cycle race lead

One dead in Malaga road  tunnel car crash

Costa Blanca lashed by summer storms – and you can blame Dana

Airport strikes in Spain suspended as talks continue