The next in the Gibraltar National Museum’s Lecture Series will be a talk by Dr Stewart Finlayson on the subject of “Underworld”.

The Ministry for Heritage is informing the public that it has completed the transfer of the last 25 pounder QF Field Guns from the Royal Gibraltar Regiment as an addition to Gibraltar’s heritage assets.

The Gibraltar Youth Service team embarked on LGBTQi+ training from the 10 - 12th of February 2022.

As from Saturday 12th February 2022, the day 6 & 7 testing will be conducted at the Drive Through at Mid Town.

The Gibraltar Tourist Board has been confirmed as a new long-term associate partner of Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) UK & Ireland.

Gibraltar Cultural Services, on behalf of the Ministry of Culture, has announced another interesting and varied programme of events for the 2022 Youth Arts Jamboree.

A number of Airport Fire and Rescue Service personnel were actively engaged in various specialist training courses during December.

The Gibraltar Fire and Rescue Service have announced that their new and refreshed website is now live.

The Ministry of Transport has announced alterations to the existing parking arrangements within Grand Parade Car Park.

On Thursday 27th January, Gibraltar and the world marked International Holocaust Memorial Day.

The Minister for Business, Hon Vijay Daryanani, has met with the BID task group to finalize the official launch of the project, which will take place in March.

Gibraltar International Airport has seen continued growth in the area of Non-Scheduled Services over the past four years.

In order to curb the problem of parking spaces on the public highway being used by abandoned or derelict vehicles, HM Government of Gibraltar has published new legislation, which comes into effect immediately.

Gibraltar Cultural Services, on behalf of the Ministry for Culture, has confirmed that Stained Glass windows at Central Hall have now been installed.

The Director General of the GHA, Dr Patrick Geoghegan OBE, would like to emphasise the importance of health screening programmes as the GHA marks cervical cancer awareness and prevention week by stressing that prevention is better than cure.

Following the advice of Director of Public Health advice, GHA’s Gold Command which met on 14th January 2022 said they have made the difficult decision to stop visits to John Ward in St Bernard’s Hospital.

The GHA operating theatre has moved to Amber alert status as there are a number of cases of COVID-19 among operating theatre staff.

The Department would like to advise Persons in receipt of Social Assistance via Personal Cash Accounts, that they will be able to collect their payments on 20th January 2022 from the Royal Gibraltar Post Office at 104 Main Street, between 09:30 to 13:00

This week there will be a technical visit from officials of the European Commission to Gibraltar. They will also visit the Spanish side.

The Contact Tracing Bureau (CTB) will be amending their procedures for contact tracing within schools as calls to the elderly, vulnerable and health care workers are being prioritised.