St Joseph's First School received the first prize in the 'Grow your own food' section of the Gibraltar Flower Show
“Barclays have been a bedrock of Gibraltar’s economy since the 19th Century, but this is being sacrificed as the bank shifts its focus back to the UK mainland and the US.
“If Barclays proceed with this plan Gibraltar’s residents and businesses will be left high and dry. The loss of vital experience and specialist knowledge built up by local staff over many years simply cannot be replicated remotely from London.
“Unite is calling on Barclays to reconsider this short sighted move and we will continue to support our members throughout this very difficult and uncertain period.”
Gibraltar Cultural Services, on behalf of the Ministry of Culture, have announced today that the organisation, production and staging of 2016 & 2017 Summer Nights have been awarded to Gib Media.
Govt have expressed its genuine solidarity with the few remaining employees of Barclays in Gibraltar. Barclays is principally letting them and their families down after many of them will have decided or been forced to stay with the Bank at the time of its withdrawl from the retail banking sector in Gibraltar.