• Man Arrested In Relation To Data Breach
  • Man Arrested In Relation To Data Breach

    A man was arrested at 07:40am this morning at a residence in the South District in  relation to a public enquiry regarding a data breach. The local man, 56, was arrested on suspicion of: 

    • Conspiracy to Obtain Unauthorised Access to Computer Material, Contrary to S362 Crimes Act 2011 & Crimes Act 2011.
    • Misconduct in Public Office, Contrary to Common Law
    • Unlawful Obtaining of Personal Data, Contrary to S175 Data Protection Act His arrest relates to a serious data breach.

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June 19 - Garcia In Brussels For EU Meetings

The Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia has left for Belgium today in order to attend a number of meetings with European Commission officials and MEPs.

In addition to this, Dr Garcia has been invited by Sir Graham Watson MEP to speak at a conference in Brussels organised by the International Centre for Parliamentary Studies (ICPS) on the subject of "Maritime Security for Blue Growth". Dr Garcia will address the issue from a Gibraltar perspective, given Gibraltar's important geographical location at the crossroads of the Mediterranean and the Atlantic.

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June 19 - Day Centres Annual Verbena

The Care Agency organised its annual verbena for people who attend its elderly citizens’ day centres. This year it took place in the beautiful surroundings of the Calpe Rowing Club where day centre members were able to enjoy the beautiful views and sea breeze.

The day centres provide social interaction and a range of stimulating activities for elderly citizens and this popular annual event gives them the opportunity to catch up with old friends and mix with new ones from the different day centres.

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June 19 - Treaty Of Utrecht Stamps Issued

The Government and the Gibraltar Philatelic Bureau are issuing two stamps to commemorate the 300th Anniversary of the Treaty of Utrecht 1713-2013 on the 20th June.

The 10p and 42p stamps come in a se-tenant format and feature the United Kingdom flag and a quote from Article X of the Treaty of Utrecht “...forever without any exception or impediment whatsoever”.

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June 19 - PDP Launches By-Election Manifesto – Cruz To Focus On Constructive Politics

Nick Cruz, PDP leader and a candidate in July’s by-election, this morning launched his manifesto. He described his campaign as a “really exciting and fresh opportunity for Gibraltar” and repeated his central message that, if elected, he would work to revolutionise how politics is conducted locally. Describing the current situation as “party squabbling,” he promised a more constructive approach that would move away from “acrimony and partisan politics.”

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