Four Jills in a Jeep

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By Reg Reynolds The B-17 Flying Fortress was a state-of-the-art fighting machine, but this one was in serious trouble as it flew through a storm...

Laurie Lee’s Gibraltar

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BY CLAIRE SPENCER In the Autumn of 1935, a young traveller in his early twenties set foot in Gibraltar from off the ferry from Algeciras....

A Sense of Humour

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By Reg Reynolds In researching a story for the January edition of The Gibraltar Magazine (Duke of Edinburgh’s Gibraltar New Year), I learned that Sir...

Days Gone By: Life in the Patios

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And that’s why a group of over 60-year-olds got together a little while back to reminisce about the ‘old days’. Over a coffee, beer,...

The Eventful Life of an Aviation Fuels Specialist

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But holding a variety of top jobs with one of the world’s top fuel providers, Shell, is a little distant from a life of...

Duke of Edinburgh’s Gibraltar New Year

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By Reg Reynolds Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh, was the second son and fourth child of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. On his own insistence...

Santa Came Down The Funnel

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By Reg Reynolds The SS Runic, a White Star Line cruise liner, left Liverpool on December 19, carrying 390 officers and men of the Australian...

Gibraltar Blockade 50 Years On

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Some might ask what would an American know about Gibraltar and its Spanish neighbour? Well, Don Cook was thoroughly conversant with all things European...

Driving Force: Jimmy Dalmedo

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Jimmy has no airs about him, despite having chauffeured for no less than five of our Chief Ministers - only missing out on CM...

Drawing Lines

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For almost a century, only a string of widely-spaced sentry boxes marked Gibraltar’s border with Spain in an easy arrangement between London and Madrid...