The Govt says it ‘notes the latest statement made by the Opposition in respect of the Bill to amend the Public Finance Borrowing Powers Act. This Bill can be debated in Parliament in February. The Government does not consider it an urgent Bill that needs to be certified as one to be passed after less than six weeks of its publication.’
Her Majesty’s Government of Gibraltar has today proudly announced that Sand Dune House at the new Beach View Terraces estate has received its Certificate of Fitness and is now ready for completion.
Gibraltar Cultural Services on behalf of the Ministry of Culture is once again holding a competition to select a Logo for the Gibraltar Spring Festival 2016. The competition is open to all ages. Entrants may submit up to two original works. Entries must be submitted in an A4 size on paper or card, indicating whether the orientation is ‘portrait’ or ‘landscape’.
On Sunday 10th January a sick Filipino seaman was brought into the Port of Gibraltar from the CAPITAN VASSILIS, a Greek ship on its way from the Ivory Coast to Romania. Sadly, the seaman died before he could be treated at St Bernard’s Hospital. The death of the seaman is now a matter for the Coroner.
The Governor and Commander-in-Chief Designate, Lieutenant General Edward Grant Martin Davis CB CBE and Mrs Lorraine Davis will arrive in Gibraltar onboard RFA Mounts Bay at 10.00am on Tuesday 19 January.