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Rick Astley will perform at Gibraltar Calling

Eighties superstar Rick Astley will bring his greatest hits to the main stage at Gibraltar Calling this September. He will perform on the Gibraltar Calling main stage on Sunday evening before Take That. The English singer, songwriter and radio personality is well-known for his 1987 song ‘Never Gonna Give You Up’ which made it to...

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As Iran condemns British 'piracy', Israeli organisation launches legal bid to seize Grace 1

An Israeli activist organisation reportedly linked to the country's feared Mossad intelligence service on Tuesday lodged a claim in Gibraltar's Supreme Court in a bid to seize the supertanker Grace 1 and sell it to compensate victims of terrorism. Shurat HaDin is asking the court to enforce a 2017 default judgement from the US District...

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Children’s Health Centre opens for young patients

A Children's Health Centre catering to the medical needs of Gibraltar's youngsters was unveiled on Tuesday. The Centre will be opening in phases and offers dental clinics, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, dietetics, and immunisation amongst other services. The facility was built at a cost of £1.5m, with recurrent costs including rent, service charges...

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Gibraltar and UK Cadets join forces in musical tour

The UK’s Army Cadet Force Music returned to Gibraltar this week to play various concerts and assist the fledgling Gibraltar Cadets’ Corps of Drums, which was launched last year. The UK cadets will be performing today at St Michael’s Cave and later this evening at 7pm in front of City Hall. The band first visited...

UK/Spain News

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Climate emergency means UK must shift to sustainable farming: report

By Emily Beament, PA Environment Correspondent The UK must have a radical 10-year plan to shift to a sustainable food and farming system in the face of the climate emergency, a report has warned. As the UK leaves the European Union there should be a dramatic shift to "agro-ecological" farming by 2030 such as organic...

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UK stargazers prepare for partial lunar eclipse

By Jamie Harris, PA Science Technology Reporter A partial lunar eclipse is set to be visible across parts of the UK on Tuesday, if clear weather and conditions hold up. The event is particularly special for stargazers, as the date coincides with the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 launching on its moon mission. A lunar...

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Facebook launches UK anti-scam ad tool

By Jamie Harris, PA Science Technology Reporter Fresh efforts to tackle scam ads across Facebook are being introduced in the UK today following action taken by Martin Lewis. The social media giant is releasing a scam ads reporting tool, with a specially trained team investigating alerts raised by users, reviewing reports and taking down violating...

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London mayor will not allow tulip skyscraper to bloom

By Alexander Britton, PA Plans for a new London skyscraper dubbed the Tulip have been turned down by London Mayor Sadiq Khan. The proposed development, on land at 20 Bury Street, would have become the second tallest building in Western Europe after the Shard and stood at 305.3 metres high. The City of London Corporation...

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As Iran condemns British 'piracy', Israeli organisation launches legal bid to seize Grace 1
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Children's Health Centre unveiled
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Gibraltar is ‘the beacon to follow’ as Island Games comes to a close
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Hunt: Iranian tanker could be released if guarantees given cargo not bound for Syria