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Nov 21 - GSD Applauds GFA for ‘Splendid Performance’

gsdCommenting on the GFA’s first official UEFA match this week, the Opposition congratulated the team for their ‘splendid sporting performance’. The GSD notes that the team was almost entirely comprised of amateur players who proved ‘they have what it takes to play against reputable professions and hold them to a tight game which resulted in a goalless draw’.

The Party wishes the GFA ‘all the very best for the future and reassures football lovers of their continued support for the development of football for the benefit of all players.’

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Nov 20 - RGP Customs and GDP Clamps Down on Contraband Control

newsCustoms Officials, the Royal Gibraltar Police and the Gibraltar Defence Police have together launched a contraband-control operation with an aim to combat illicit activity both overland and by sea.

The operation is primarily directed at unlawful cigarette exportation but includes other related aspects of criminal activity including unlawful entry to the jurisdiction, the attempted import or export of controlled substances or merchandise and the anti-social behaviour deriving from these activities.

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Nov 20 - Locals Caught in Robbery Charges

rgpFollowing a protracted investigation by officers of the Royal Gibraltar Police’s Criminal Investigation Department, two men today appeared at the Magistrates Court answering to charges in relation to a robbery which took place in the area of Devil’s Gap Steps on the 4th of September of 2013.

Peter James Macias, aged 29, of Road to the Lines and Ryan Cattini, aged 20, of Ince House, Moorish Castle Estate, were today jointly charged with one count of Robbery. The two men were arrested for the offence on the 12th of September 2013.

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Nov 20 - Comedy for Africa – Bringing Some of the UK’s Headlining Comedy Acts to Gibraltar

cfaBringing some of Britain’s top names in comedy to Gibraltar, the Comedy for Africa event promises to both fill it’s audiences with violent bursts of laughter and raise funds for William Hill’s worth while Project for Africa charity as well as Gibraltar’s own Childline.

Four shows will be hosted at the John Mackintosh Hall on Wednesday 27th, Thursday 28th and Friday 29th of November. Acts include Archie Kelly, who made a name for himself in Peter Kay’s ‘Phoenix Nights’ playing Kenny ‘Dalgish’ Senior. Archie has since become a headlining act in a gamut of well know clubs around the UK, including Manchester’s ‘The Comedy Store’. Archie incorporates his Northern wit and razor sharp song parodies into his stand-up. He has formerly toured with Paddy McGuinness and Peter Kay.

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