A Spanish man was yesterday arrested by RGP officers after a report of a burglary at a local establishment in Ocean Village was reported to Police.
Last weekend, the Med Rowing Club participated in the British Rowing Championships held in Nottingham. The Club achieved outstanding results, namely Jessie Borg and Colin Tester who won gold and their coach, Stuart Bensadon.
Local chess prodigy Stephen Whatley, 12, will take part in the centenary edition of the British Chess Championship taking place in Torquay, England from Friday July 26th.
The GSD have issued the following statement:
The GSD Opposition notes the motion which the Chief Minister proposes to move at the September meeting of Parliament.
This morning, members of the Gibraltar Football Association Executive, President Gareth Latin, Secretary Richard Manning and UEFA Liaison officer Dennis Beiso met with UEFA Executive members Michael van Praag and Marc Esselink in order to pay a courtesy call on the Chief Minister.
Sir Jonathan Parker, QC, the chairman of the Dr Giraldi Home Inquiry, opened the second preliminary hearing this morning by saying that a “great deal of hard work” had already been undertaken in the collection and preparation of witness statements.
As the world ‘oohs’ and ‘aahs’ over the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s newly born son. Online betting companies are placing odds on the child’s name, which will not be formally announced for at least a week.
William Hill places odds of 5/2 on George and then 4/1 on James, with odds for Charles at 33/1. The Daily Mail notes that the royal couple could choose to honour Prince William’s late mother, Princess Diana, by giving their son her middle name, ‘Francis’.
Chief Minister, Fabian Picardo, has sent a message of congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the birth of their son.