The Department of Environment, Heritage and Climate Change in conjunction with the Advanced Leadership Foundation, and the University of Gibraltar, will be hosting Gibraltar’s first ever World Earth Day on Friday the 26th of April, 2019 from 2:30pm - 7pm at the University of Gibraltar.
The Gibraltar Health Authority, working in partnership with St George’s University of London and Kingston University London, is to offer another Gibraltar based BSc (Hons) Nursing (Adult) Degree.
On 23 May 2019 there is the possibility that there will be European Parliamentary elections and the Gibraltar Regulatory Authority has published a revised Code of Standards for television and radio programmes.
The Voice of Young People met with Ministers Linares and Cortes and Mrs Jackie Linares, Education Adviser from the Department of Education to discuss the outcome of the questionnaire launched recently by the group.
The Take That Greatest Hits World Tour 2019 will land in Gibraltar on Sunday 8th September 2019.
The Gibraltar Tourist Board is launching its biggest trade initiative in over a decade. Calling the scheme ‘Gibraltar 2020’ and working together in the UK with its tour operator and airline partners and in Gibraltar with hoteliers, ground agents and tourist attractions, the Tourist Board will be running monthly familiarisation trips with the aim to bring 200 agents from the UK to Gibraltar over the next 2 years.
A documentary of the evacuation of the people of Gibraltar to Madeira during the Second World War will premiere in Gibraltar later this month.
The Chief Minister Fabian Picardo and Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia met with several senior Members of Parliament in London yesterday in order to put across the views of the Government in relation to Brexit, the future relationship negotiations and other matters relevant to Gibraltar.
The United Kingdom and Gibraltar Governments have agreed to continue with the structure of Joint Ministerial Council (JMC) meetings for intergovernmental business going forward into the future.
The Gibraltar Health Authority has said it has been undertaking a major recruitment drive in order to implement its repatriation policy, significantly increasing the number of doctors within the GHA at all levels and specialities. This has given medical services increased resilience and allowed the GHA to expand the range of services available.
The Minister for Tourism, Gilbert Licudi QC once again introduced the Gibraltar Lecture at this year’s FT Weekend Oxford Literary Festival on Friday 4th April.
Government has announced today it has agreed commercial terms for the creation of a new reclamation project and subsequent development within the harbour, in Port waters, to be known as Victoria Keys.
This afternoon, the Chief Minister, the Hon Fabian Picardo QC MP, took a call from the Prime Minister Theresa May.
Governor’s Meadow First School this week held an Autism Awareness Week involving the whole school community.
Government has announced that it has signed a collective agreement with Unite the Union in respect of the Postal Grades and Post Office employees at the Mail Centre and Parcel Stores.