Minister for Health and Care, the Hon Samantha Sacramento, has marked World Alzheimer’s Day by joining residents of Mount Alvernia for their ‘Memory Laps’ followed for a cup of tea and chat in keeping with this year’s theme ‘Let’s Talk about Dementia.’
The Gibraltar Financial Services Commission (GFSC) has today announced a number of important updates to the jurisdiction’s bespoke Distributed Ledger Technology Providers (DLT) regulatory framework Guidance Notes.
The Government has today published its first updated Technical Notice which aims to guide citizens and businesses in the event that it is not possible to conclude an agreement which covers the future relationship of Gibraltar with the European Union.
St John Association Gibraltar has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the office of Civil Contingencies where they have agreed to transport positive or suspected positive cases of COVID- 19 as and when required by Civil Contingencies.
The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) in collaboration with HM Customs, the Director of Public Health, and the Environmental Agency has issued public awareness guidance on the matter concerning Multi-Level Marketing (also known as Network Marketing) businesses.
The Government has announced today that the integrity of Parliament House in Main Street will be restored to its former glory. This follows the decision to take back the commercial premises on the ground floor and return the area to its original use.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and following the Business Employee Assistance Terms (BEAT) measures announced by the Government , the Income Tax Office has updated the method for submitting P8 returns for 2019/2020.
Following last week’s visit to the Primary Care Centre, the Minister for Health, the Hon Samantha Sacramento MP has arranged for all frontline GHA staff to undertake Customer Care training to support and assist them in handling calls and some of the difficult situations in which they find themselves.
As from Monday 14th September arrangements for over 70s and vulnerable people who wish to exercise in a sheltered environment using the ‘Golden Hour’ and ‘Silver Time’ will change due to the end of the bathing season.