The Gibraltar Cultural Services, on behalf of the Ministry of Culture, is reminding the general public that tickets for the Gibraltar Drama Festival are now on sale on weekdays at the John Mackintosh between 9.30am and 4.30pm. A total of 14 plays shall be presented.
As the debate on Brexit develops I have been saddened by the criticism levelled, in several social groups, at several MP’s who, for many years, have been fervent defenders and loyal friends of Gibraltar, namely Lindsey Hoyle, Andrew Rosindell and others.
The public are invited to participate in our next community social media clinic, scheduled to take place between 1400-1500hrs tomorrow (Friday 26th February 2016) on our Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/royalgibpolice.
The theme for this latest clinic will be exclusively on traffic matters.
This past weekend the Gibraltar Youth Service held a training course for volunteers interested in working with young people.
A hectic programme of thirty engagements and meetings in two days for the Deputy Chief Minister, Dr Joseph Garcia, in Brussels ended with a call on the British representation to the European Union, UKREP, and a meeting with the UK Deputy Permanent Representative, Shan Morgan.
Read more: Garcia discusses Brexit referendum with Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
The Gibraltar Museum, along with collaborating scientists, have recently published two papers in the journal Quaternary International.
Read more: How birds are opening up windows into the lives of the Neanderthals
Mars products are imported into Gibraltar through both UK and Spanish distributors.
The Friends of Gibraltar AGM was held last night at Gibraltar House, London, under the Chairmanship of Sir Adrian Johns.
An exhibition about Gibraltar in the European Parliament was opened by the Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia yesterday morning.
Officers of HM Customs Marine Unit have this afternoon recovered a total of 22 bales of cannabis resin along the east side coast of the Rock.
Her Majesty’s Government of Gibraltar has observed a noticeable increase in the number of applications for new business licences to be carried out from Government residential premises or other potentially restricted residential premises.
Read more: Ministerial Direction to Business Licensing Authority on Restricted Premises and Issue of Premises...
The Deputy Chief Minister, Dr Joseph Garcia, is in Brussels for a series of meetings with the European Commission and in the European Parliament.
A referendum will be held in Gibraltar on Thursday the 23rd June 2016 on whether the United Kingdom should remain a Member State of the European Union.
The Gibraltar Health Authority is still inviting nominations for the 2015/16 staff awards programme from patients, patients’ relatives, carers and friends who have received or witnessed the provision of excellent care either to themselves or others.
As announced by the former Mayor Cdr AD Lima MBE Rd*RNR the scope of the Mayor’s Award Scheme was widened.
In preparation for a trip to the United Kingdom in July, the Youth Service spent an exciting weekend at the Gibraltar Retreat Centre for the sixteen young people that are involved.
The Parasol Foundation in collaboration with The Gibraltar Academy of Music and Performing Arts (GAMPA) on behalf of the Ministry of Culture are proud to announce “The Parasol Foundation Scholarship Programme”.
Commissioner of Police Eddie Yome CPM is attending the 9th annual conference on Border Security in Rome, Italy.
Read more: Police Commissioner attends Border Security Conference
Officers of the Operations Division have, on Wednesday the 17th of February, arrested a nineteen year old local man on suspicion of being in possession of a firearm.
The Government has today published a Bill to amend the Limitation Act.
Read more: Bill Amendment Will Allow Recovery of All Government Debt However Old the Debt Might Be