The ongoing inquiry into the retirement of the former Commissioner of Police Ian McGrail has issued the following call for evidence:
1. The Inquiry into the Retirement of the Former Commissioner of Police has already contacted a number of individuals who may be in a position to provide evidence and assistance to the Inquiry. The Inquiry now wishes to give the public an opportunity to place before it any information or documents of potential relevance to its work.
A local man has been jailed for 20 weeks after pleading guilty to five Burglaries and Going Equipped for Stealing.
Below follows a statement from Together Gibraltar, in reply to the Government:
Government’s response to the TG PR criticising the delays in the payment of grants and the policy of executing random searches in houses of students is but another example of this Government’s incompetent and malicious management.
Following a change in legislation, a number of Fixed Penalty Notices (FPNs) for traffic offences will rise as of midnight tonight.