The Ministry of Equality’s fireside chat event 'Discussing the effects of gender stereotypes in fairy tales', attracted a full audience at the Garrison Library.

In the early hours of yesterday morning whilst carrying out a routine patrol of BGTW, Officers from HM Customs Marine Section engaged in a chase of a suspect vessel loaded with tobacco.

‘Gibraltar for Yes’ will be launched this Saturday with the aim of highlighting the importance of voting Yes at the upcoming Abortion Referendum on the 19th March.

The Gibraltar Electricity Authority would like to provide the general public with an update in relation to the New Power Station.

The Department of Education will shortly be providing community use access to the new facilities at the two new secondary schools.

There will be no change to the way in which citizens and businesses interact with the European Union until the Implementation Period comes to an end on 31 December 2020.

Gibraltar Cultural Services is holding a competition to select a Logo for the Gibraltar Spring Festival 2020.

A number of dying Yellow-legged Gulls displaying unusual symptoms have been brought to the attention of the Department of the Environment over the last few months.

Gibraltar Cultural Services in conjunction with the Gibraltar Chronicle and the Department of Education will hold a Short Story Competition as part of the Gibraltar Spring Festival 2020.

Her Majesty’s Government of Gibraltar has today published the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill for Gibraltar.

Two picnic sites on the Upper Rock have been prepared in time for the spring.

Holders of Gibraltar issued passports who intend to apply for a visa to visit India should not use the e-visa system.

The team at the Gibraltar Garrison Library, assisted by Cpl Tim Hammond, MOD’s Command Photographer, have embarked on a collaborative project with the aim of creating a digital archive of the Ordinance Survey maps of Gibraltar held at the Library.

The original floor of the west facing side of the basement at the Garrison Library has been uncovered during the major restoration project taking place at the Library.

Gibraltar Cultural Services are inviting local artists to participate in the annual Art Competition for Young Artists that will be held in February 2020. Closing date for receipt of entries is 6pm on Friday 14th February 2020.

"Mr dear friends, I hope you have all enjoyed restful and uneventful Christmas, Hanukkah and New Year celebrations. Our Hindu and Muslim brethren have also peacefully enjoyed their Diwali and Eid festivals respectively throughout the year.

The Commonwealth Parliamentary Association will be holding two roadshows in Gibraltar aimed at introducing young people to the work of the CPA, the importance of the Commonwealth family and the CPA’s vital role in the democratic process.

On Wednesday 1st January 2020 twelve young people and four Youth & Community Workers from Gibraltar Youth Service embarked on a five-day residential trip to London.

The Department of the Environment, Sustainability, Climate Change and Heritage has once again introduced a Christmas tree recycling programme for the disposal of real Christmas trees.

As part of the Government’s beaches programme for 2020, extensive refurbishment works have commenced at the existing Camp Bay toilet and changing room facilities.