The Department of the Environment, Sustainability, Climate Change and Heritage would like to advise bathers at Catalan Bay to exercise caution when bathing in the immediate vicinity of the rock known as ‘La Mamela’.
Government has said today it continues to work to slow the growth of numbers of cases of COVID-19 in the community and will add measures to those already announced as a result of the continued growth in the number of cases.
The Income Tax Office says it continues to work on delivering bespoke online facilities for users including facilities enabling users to file annual income declarations and manage individual claims for tax allowances online.
The Department of the Environment, Heritage and Climate Change would like to inform all anglers that as from Wednesday 19th August 2020 at 1:00pm, fishing for Atlantic Bluefin Tuna (Thunnus thynnus) is no longer allowed in British Gibraltar Territorial Waters.
Gibraltar Cultural Services, on behalf of the Ministry for Culture, in collaboration with the Fine Arts Association have worked together on a cultural initiative encouraging Gibraltarian artists to paint or draw portraits of our frontline heroes for free.
The Elderly Residential Services have stepped up their contingency plans and implemented a series of measures to safeguard residents in the light of the recent increase in positive COVID-19 cases in the community and neighbouring countries.
The Department of the Environment, Sustainability, Climate Change and Heritage has said it will introduce the Black Ball Flag at Gibraltar’s beaches, as a safety measure in response to a noticeable increase of activities related to all types of water sports.
Her Majesty’s Government of Gibraltar has enhanced its existing infection mitigation control measures in Regulations published by the Minister with responsibility for Civil Contingencies by introducing a legal duty for travellers to report to the authorities if they have been in a “relevant area” in the 14 days before their arrival in Gibraltar.