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The Chief Minister Fabian Picardo and the Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia are in London for a series of meetings following on from the decision taken in the United Kingdom to leave the European Union.

The Ministry for Transport, Traffic and Technical Services have launched a new route on the Bus Tracker WebApp, Route 4.

Immediately after the National Day rally, the Minister for Telecommunications, Joe Bossano, left Gibraltar for Fiji in order to participate in the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation (CTO) Forum 2016.

Govt have announced that it has purchased an extensive collection of Gibraltar artwork and other artefacts which were offered for public sale by the liquidators of the collapsed law firm Marrache & Co.

An important delegation of Members of the UK Parliament will be coming to Gibraltar this year for National Day.

The Youth Service are organising another fundraising event for the Life Skills Project.

A group of twelve youngsters and four Youth Workers from Gibraltar Youth Service recently returned from a five day trip to London.

West View Park will open to the public between 19.00 and 00.00 on National Day for a clear view of the National Day Fireworks Display.

As part of its programme of improving its exhibits, the Gibraltar Museum has received two commissioned works which have immediately gone into display.

Gibraltarian actress, singer song-writer and renowned author Carmen Gomez together with accomplished poet David Bentata will be leading the contingent of local participants in this year’s edition of the Gibraltar Gibunco Literary Festival.

Government have issued a statement where it notes the ESG’s latest concerns regarding LNG bunkering.

The Ministry of Culture have announced that the main headline act at this year’s Jazz Festival will be JOSE FELICIANO.

Authors Giselle Green, Paula Byrne, John Bentley, Horatio Clare, historian Bettany Hughes and artist Barbara Rae will be taking part in the forthcoming edition of the 2016 Gibunco Gibraltar International Literary Festival.

Seven Seas Explorer, an Explorer-class luxury American cruise ship, paid its inaugural call to the port of Gibraltar on Friday 2nd September.

On Friday 19th August, the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission (GFSC) and other Gibraltar organisations wore shorts to work to raise awareness and funds for Prostate Cancer Support Group Gibraltar.

BBC Radio 4 is bringing its Sony award-winning series Mark Steel’s in Town to Gibraltar on Thursday 22nd September, for a recording in the spectacular St Michael’s Cave.

The Ministry of Business and Employment and the Employment Service find gainful employment opportunities for 147 individuals.

The Trustees of the Calpe House Charitable Trust would like to thank the Gibraltar Youth Service young people and staff for their fundraising efforts towards the appeal.

The Government and the SDGG have jointly hosted the annual National Day reception for local sporting and cultural associations.

The Care Agency’s Waterport Terraces Day Centre for the Elderly yesterday held a certificate presentation for their New Friends Project.