Twenty four members of staff received awards at the Health and Social Care Awards ceremony which took place at the Rock Hotel on Thursday. The awards related to training and education undertaken in Gibraltar and are the culmination of hard work, dedication and commitment.
The Secular Humanist Society Gibraltar have said that “in asking for, and getting, an extension to the command paper on the Abortion Bill, the catholic bishop has invoked and been granted undeserved christian privilege.”
The Chief Minister paid a visit to St Mary’s First School this week.
The Chief Minister has said that in his capacity as Chairman of the Inter-Ministerial Committee on Abortion, he has written to Bishop Zammit on the subject of the consultation period in respect of the Command Paper on Abortion.
Last Saturday around five hundred women and allies marched from Casemates Square to No.6 Convent Place to present the Government with their petition on proposed changes to Gibraltar’s abortion law.