The Gibraltar National Theatre Foundation has said it is delighted to accept the donation of £1.5 million from the Parasol Foundation towards the National Theatre and Cultural Hub, specifically the new exhibition gallery that will form a key part of the project.
Read more: Gibraltar National Theatre Foundation Thanks Parasol Foundation
His Worship the Mayor, Mr Christian Santos GMD hosted a reception at City Hall for the winners and participants at Cultural Youth Festivals over the last year.
Gibraltar Cultural Services, on behalf of Her Majesty’s Government of Gibraltar, has revealed the name of the successful artist whose design has been selected as a memorial that befittingly commemorates the members of our community who we sadly lost to COVID-19.
The Department of the Environment, Sustainability, Heritage and Climate Change (DESHCC) are informing all anglers that the open season for Bluefin tuna in British Gibraltar Territorial Waters (BGTW) commences today.
The Minister for Tourism, Hon Vijay Daryanani, has attended the European Cruise Summit in Genoa, Italy.
"Madame Chairperson, may I start by congratulating you on your re-election to the Chair of this prestigious committee. The first Chief Minister of Gibraltar, Sir Joshua Hassan, called for the right to self- determination before this committee fifty-nine years ago."
The people of Gibraltar have today welcomed The Earl and Countess of Wessex to the Rock.
The 1st June marks the beginning of Pride Month, an event that is celebrated in many countries around the world. Pride month was established to honour those involved in the Stonewall riots in New York on the 28th June 1969.
Pupils at Governor’s Meadow Lower Primary School were delighted to welcome Gib Bees.
Read more: Governor's Meadow Lower Primary School Welcome Gib Bees
The Chief Minister made a statement in Parliament this afternoon confirming that the Government has agreed to the grant of a new lease over the dockyard premises.
The Ministry of Culture and the Three Kings’ Cavalcade Committee have today announced that the 2023 Three Kings’ Cavalcade will take place as customary on the 5th January 2023.
HMGoG has said it notes the protest in Catalan Bay today by its residents against the developments on the Eastside.
Following two years of travel restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Gibraltar Youth Service were finally able to commence their offsite activities and trips abroad.
Read more: Gibraltar Youth Service Re-Start Activities Abroad
Officers from HM Customs and the Gibraltar Fire and Rescue Service recently attended a bespoke two-day Critical Stress Debrief Course.
Read more: Mental Health Training for HM Customs and Gibraltar Fire and Rescue Service
Following from recent promotional boards held at HMGOG Human Resources Department the following Gibraltar Fire & Rescue Service (GFRS) personnel have been promoted within the Operations Department.
The Gibraltar Health Authority has announced that it will be entering into a long-term partnership, as part of a key project, to update and maintain all radiology and imaging equipment within the GHA.
Read more: GHA Announces Managed Equipment Service for Radiology and new Cardiac Catheterisation Suite
Gibraltar Cultural Services, on behalf of the Ministry of Culture, has announced the launch of its new online booking system for all its cultural facilities.
Read more: New Online Booking System for Cultural Facilities
The GHA has announced that it will conduct a post-COVID internal review of waiting times for services at St Bernard’s Hospital.
The Chief Minister Fabian Picardo and the Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia this afternoon met the Foreign Secretary Liz Truss together with UK Minister for Europe James Cleverly.
GCSE Food Preparation and Nutrition students at Bayside School were visited last week by Chef Patron Nico Fitzgerald, who demonstrated a number of high-skilled dishes.
Read more: Nico Fitzgerald Visits Bayside GCSE Food Preparation and Nutrition Students