Government have announced the launch of further initiatives in a continued drive to improve primary care services for our community.
Over 50 different organisations were represented at yesterday’s Gibraltar Careers Fair, organised to offer professional advice to students from Westside School, Bayside School, the Gibraltar College, Gibraltar High School for Girls and the Gibraltar Boy’s School.
A multi-agency Gibraltar Government advisory body looking into the welfare of children met this week under the joint chairmanship of Ministers John Cortes and Neil Costa.
The World Heritage Advisory Forum, formerly the World Heritage Bid Steering Committee, held its second meeting last Thursday at the Gibraltar Museum. The meeting was chaired by Dr John Cortes, the minister with responsibility for heritage; this was his first meeting after taking on heritage matters at the end of 2016.
The Gibraltar Health Authority denies a media report that a local 93-year-old woman had to wait four and a half hours to see a doctor at the A&E Department in St Bernard’s Hospital. Although the article does not give precise details of the case, the GHA is confident that it has identified the patient concerned.