Newstatesman Gibraltar 19 June 2015 Weekly round-up: politics, business and news from Gibraltar A selection of the best articles about politics, business and life on the Rock from the last seven days. The Queen celebrating her birthday at the weekend. (Photo:Getty) Sign UpGet the New Statesman\'s Morning Call email. Sign-up A pall hung over the beginning of the week as a road accident en route from the football match against Germany claimed the life of an individual in the other vehicle. Tributes have been paid in the National and elsewhere. Some fans on the coach involved were injured. Tributes of a happier nature were paid over the weekend to the Queen on the occasion of her birthday. MercoPress reports that two Spanish guards came to pay their respects – in uniform, which is unusual. In the business world the Gibraltar International Bank has struck a new outsourcing deal with NCR, says a press release on Businesswire. This will work in conjunction with local business BSG Computer Systems. Perhaps of more immediate interest to local people is the forthcoming establishment of Blue Water, Gibraltar, which EuroWeekly News says will involve a £1.1bn spend and bring both jobs and homes to the Rock. Finally a couple of events of local interest are happening. The Calentita Food Festival over the weekend (our article on it is here) will have had a small fillip. The Olive Press reports that the book on Gib cuisine, “Mama Lotties – Gibraltarian Inspired Recipes” by Justin Bautista came third in the self-published section of the Gourmand Book Awards. And second, the Olive Press (again) reports that the Migres Foundation is on the lookout for volunteer bird watchers to monitor activity on the Strait from early July. › Alan Johnson to lead Labour campaign to keep Britain in the European Union Guy Clapperton is the freelance journalist who edits the New Statesman’s Gibraltar hub. You can also find him in the Guardian, Computer Business Review and Professional Outsourcing which he edits. Subscribe For more great writing from our award-winning journalists subscribe for just £1 per month!