RGP Media Report 8
From the hour of 07:00 on the 21st April, to 07:00 on the 22nd April, the following occurred:
1 Person arrested for Wounding
1 Person arrested for Possession of a Commercial Quantity of Tobacco without a Licence
1 Person arrested for being In Gibraltar without a valid permit of certificate
RGP Media Report 7
From the hour of 07:00 on the 20th April, to 07:00 on the 21st April, the following occurred:
1 Persons arrested for Threatening Behaviour
3 Person arrested for Possession of a Controlled Drug
RGP Media Report 6
From the hour of 07:00 on the 19th April, to 07:00 on the 20th April, the following occurred:
One person arrested for Obstructing a Highway Enforcement Officer
Two persons arrested for Suspicion of Cruelty to Children
One person arrested for Theft
After a dramatic evening in St Michael’s Cave Jessica Baldachino was finally crowned the 50th Miss Gibraltar, flanked by 1st Princess, Kerrianne Massetti, and 2nd Princess, Christina Ainsworth.
On a night that was supposed to be remembered for its historical significance, charting half a century of Gibraltar Beauty Pageantry, its glitz and its glamour, this 50th Miss Gibraltar Show will sadly be forever remembered as the one with the two-hour blackout.
Shortly after the opening dance sequences St Michael’s Cave suffered a power cut that brought GBC transmission and the pageant itself to a very abrupt halt, prompting huge debates and speculation on local social network pages.