Chamber comment

In final days of 2009 we all witnessed a gorgeous Gibraltarian crowned Miss World, a massive achievement for a country with a population of just 30,000! Congratulations Kaiane Aldorino, you have done...

The interview: Tony Welsh

In the early 1980s, prior to the border opening for pedestrians, something huge happened in Gibraltar. It caused havoc on the roads and represented a major logistics exercise. But it was worth it: Gi...

Interview with the Mayor of La Línea

As he plots a recovery strategy for his cash-strapped city, Alejandro Sánchez, the mayor of La Línea, has his sights set firmly on the Rock. Mr Sánchez has an unenviable task ahead of him. La Línea h...

PAYE – to pay or not to pay?

When British builder Haymills collapsed last year, an uncomfortable question about PAYE emerged as the dust began to settle. In response to questions in Parliament, Chief Minister Peter Caruana revea...

Port news

Gibraltar Port has an incredible heritage having been established over 200 years ago. Key to Gibraltar’s success is its location. The east-west shipping motorway passes the “front door” and the north...

Airline update

The three months from January to March are traditionally those with the lowest demand for flights to Gibraltar and the Costa Del Sol. Airline schedules to Gibraltar in the first quarter of 2010 provi...

Tourism news

The Gibraltar Tourist Board exhibited at the 30h edition of FITUR (Feria Internacional de Turismo) in Madrid from 20th to 24th January. The exhibition is targeted at tourism industry professionals fo...

Bunker boost to the economy

Gibraltar’s bunker market, the mainstay of maritime business here, sidestepped the impact of the economic crisis to register double-digit growth last year. Suppliers based on the Rock bucked the tren...

Post Office news

Having opened the New Parcel Post Office the Royal Gibraltar Post Office commits to greater postal efficiencies for the community.Easy access and environmentally friendly premises. The new Parcel Pos...