Gibraltar Chronicle
27  novembre     12h10
From pitch two to the Euros - the battle-lines Gibraltar women’s football has set its sights on
Stephen Ignacio    Women’s football in Gibraltar came to age this Friday evening as they notched their first ever full international victory against Liechtenstein. The tears of joy that rung out on the field as the final whistle blew were a product of not just a celebration of winning a match but that of many years...
26  novembre     22h18
Gibraltar women’s football stamp their mark with historic win (match report)
Stephen Ignacio    A historic occasion was lived at the Victoria stadium as Charylann Pizzarello clutched onto a rebound, after seeing her penalty kick saved, to confidently secure Gibraltar’s first ever full international victory at the Victoria Stadium against Liechtenstein. The goal was not a fluke which had come...
    21h15
Gibraltar women’s football historic win in images
Stephen Ignacio    Gibraltar women’s national squad this Friday celebrated a historic occasion with their first victory in a full international at the Victoria Stadium. Charlyann Pizzarello scored the sole goal of the match in Gibraltar’s 1-0 victory. full match report next. Click here to See image gallery in full...
    17h04
Jury says collision deaths were unlawful killing’
Priya Gulraj    Two Spaniards who died at sea following a fatal collision were unlawfully killed, jurors found on Friday after a two-week inquest, in a decision that will lead to a review of the case by police and the Crown. Mohamed Abdeslam Ahmed, 40, and Mustafa Dris Mohamed, 49, from Ceuta, sustained multiple...
    14h56
Names and people who live on in your memory, people like Mary Dolding
Alice Mascarenhas    For a number of months, I had been in communication with Mary Dolding. The Covid pandemic did not allow us to meet face to face and we stayed in touch by email even when she left for the UK for a family holiday, hopeful that we would meet on her return and complete our meeting...
    12h16
Bridge linking Scotland and Northern Ireland would cost 335bn’
Press Association    By Neil Lancefield and Craig Paton, PA A bridge or tunnel between Scotland and Northern Ireland would cost hundreds of billions of pounds, according to research commissioned by Boris Johnson. The Prime Minister has previously talked up the creation of a fixed link to boost connectivity, but it is...
    12h14
Shoppers forecast to spend almost 9bn on Black Friday
Press Association    By Henry Saker-Clark, PA City Reporter Shoppers are expected to spend almost 9 billion on what could be the biggest Black Friday yet, according to analysts. Retail experts have predicted that spending will rise beyond pre-pandemic levels as shoppers seek to spend more on loved ones following...
    10h25
Social networking websites launch features to encourage users to get boosters
Press Association    By Isobel Frodsham, PA Facebook, Instagram and TikTok are launching new features to encourage people to get their coronavirus booster jabs. From Friday, users will be able to update their profiles with frames or stickers to show that they have had their top-up jab or aim to when they become...
    08h38
GHA in disarray’, Together Gibraltar says
Chronicle Staff    Together Gibraltar raised concerns on Thursday about what it described as a GHA in disarray . TG said it had received reports of a multitude of managerial bad practices that that party said were impacting the morale of the workers and the quality of the services provided. It claimed nepotism...
    08h24
Important win in 9-a-side hockey for Bavaria against Eagles
Stephen Ignacio    Bavaria Hawks (Pink) grabbed what was an important win against Eagles ladies in the 9-a-side cup. After defeat at the hands of Europa, Bavaria have comeback with a significant win which sets the tournament on fire. Titans, hot on the tails of their rivals also provided more excitement as they went...