The Cairns Cup, aka 'The Billy' is a bi-annual competition organised by British Inclusive Golf, for golfers with a range of disabilities and with participating teams from Europe and the USA.
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.
Government has said it would like to highlight the extensive political support received by UK Leaders this National Day, despite this year's differences.
The Government of Gibraltar warns over media speculation arising from reports in Spanish press, as Gibraltar enters the final stages of Brexit negotiations before the December deadline.
HM Customs Enforcement and Marine Units seized one vehicle with 650 cartons of cigarettes.
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.
Gibraltar Residential Properties Limited and the Housing Department have, over the summer months, been processing all of the applications received from persons interested in purchasing flats in Bob Peliza Mews or Chatham Views.
On the eve of National Day, the Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia received the flag of Raleigh, the capital city of North Carolina, from the President of AMCHAM Gibraltar Mr James Lasry.
The Chief Minister, Fabian Picardo, has spoken this morning to the First Minister of Wales, Mark Drakeford, who has extended his best wishes to the People of Gibraltar on National Day.
His Excellency the Governor, Vice Admiral Sir David Steele KBE DL, recently visited both the Ministry for Sport and the Bayside Sports Complex as he continues his familiarisation programme.
Due to the recent increase in COVID-19 cases in Gibraltar and the surrounding area, beach users will not be permitted to set up beach furniture, equipment or related apparel in advance of National Day.
Following their self-isolation as a result of a positive COVID-19 case within the school, students at St Bernard’s Lower Primary were able to access online learning with immediate effect this morning.
Government has today published amendments to the regulations on restrictions of gatherings upon the recommendations of the Director of Public Health, the Commissioner of Police and the Officer of the Civil Contingencies Coordinator.
Gibraltar Cultural Services, on behalf of the Ministry for Heritage and Culture, has announced the second phase of the creation of the Gustavo Bacarisas street art murals.
The Government has said it would like to remind the public to take extra care when travelling to Spain in the light of an upsurge in cases of COVID-19.
Two positive cases of COVID-19 have been identified within St Bernard's Lower Primary School.
The Government has said it is aware of the increase in traffic this morning on Queensway and has engaged a consultant to review the impact of a closed Line Wall Road on Mondays throughout the month of September.
The Minister for Business has today delivered an address at the official launch of the Business Plan for the Main Street Business Improvement District (BID).