Economy

The economic news from across the frontier continues to deteriorate and it is looking more and more likely that Spain will need a full EU bailout, following Greece, Portugal & Ireland. The UK con...

Louis Triay “At sea I feel I’m alive”

On the wall in the lobby of the Gibraltar law firm Triay Stagnetto Neish hangs a photograph of a yacht called Trumpeter of the Rock. The image shows the boat racing at speed in her element. She is le...

Ship arrests – steady business

On the waterfront in Gibraltar,  there is clear evidence that the global economic downturn has hit some international shipping companies hard. Gibraltar’s Supreme Court has handled a steady stream of...

Gibraltar on evens

It’s been a great summer of sport   with things kicking off in early June with Euro 2012 and culminating with both the Olympics and Paralympics in London. As expected, the England football team manag...

Monarch announces GIB – Birmingham route

Monarch Airlines (ZB) recently   announced that it is to commence three weekly flights to Birmingham (BHX) with effect from 23 March 2013. The flights will reinstate the link with the UK Midlands whi...

Local Supermarket steps up store training for staff

It may be 1200 miles or so from head office but the local branch of Morrisons supermarket upholds the same standards of training and customer service as it does in its UK stores. The Challenge 25 sch...

Thinking Green

This October the Government of Gibraltar will be hosting the Thinking Green conference: the first environmental forum of its kind to be held locally. The aim of the conference is to promote the conce...

The Olympic Experience

Olympic medallists Roger Black, MBE and Steve Backley, OBE were the VIP speakers at an Olympic-themed event hosted by International Law Firm, Hassans. The event took place at the Khaima at Rock Hotel...