RGP Media Report
From 0700hrs Wednesday the 24/07/2013 to 0700hrs Thursday the 25/07/2013.
1 Report of Intentional Harassment, Alarm or Distress.
1 Report of Criminal Damage.
1 Report of Improper Use of Public Electronic Communications.
The Government has issued the following statement after an incident involving the Guardia Civil earlier today:
The Government announced the creation of reefs in different parts of British Gibraltar Territorial Waters (BGTW) as part of its marine protection strategy when it published the fishing report.
The Government has replied to the GSD’s latest press release on the use of Savings Bank money:
Officers of HM Customs disrupted an attempt to export cigarettes from the area of Mons Calpe Road yesterday. A Spanish registered jet-ski was intercepted as it approached the coastline and the two occupants fled the scene out of British Gibraltar Territorial Waters. Customs retrieved 10,000 cigarettes (50 cartons) from the sea in Waterport basin.
Spanish media are reporting that La Linea fishermen are being intentionally harassed when fishing in the waters surrounding Gibraltar.
Gibraltar today welcomed the opening of its first MAC counter. The world-renowned high-end make-up brand can be found at S.M Seruya’s central store at 139 Main Street.
MAC has fact become one of the most popular make-up brands, with its fair prices and long lasting properties. It was once marketed for use by make-up artists but has taken over as one of the leading brands for consumers.
This picture, taken by our roving reporter, shows a group of curious tourists snapping away at a couple of street performers who regularly occupy this spot at the beginning of Main Street.
Following the success of the Santos Productions choir at the European Choir Games last weekend, the Chief Minister invited the group to No.6 Convent Place, in order to congratulate them.
The choir took the chance to perform a couple of the pieces that won them two gold medals, including Viva la Vida by Coldplay and Queen’s Somebody to Love.