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Year 6 Students from St Bernard’s Upper Primary School visited Gibraltar’s Mario Finlayson National Art Gallery last week as part of their studies focusing on the works of Mario Finlayson himself.

AquaGib and the Gibraltar Electricity Authority have remodelled their monthly invoices to all consumers to show the value of the Government Subsidy to their monthly invoice.

Governor's Meadow Lower Primary School supported the Gibraltar Cardiac Association on Wear Red Day. The school also proudly celebrated that the Association's 'name the mascot competition' was won by a GMLP pupil. Beatie was the winning name!

His Excellency the Governor and the Chief Minister met on Friday to consider the fuller report provided to them by the Royal Gibraltar Police and His Majesty’s Customs Gibraltar in respect of the incident on Eastern Beach on Thursday.

The underground parking at the Lathbury Sports Complex has been made available to the public. Initially the parking will be free of charge until the pay machines are installed within the next few weeks.

The construction of the residential care home for the elderly at the former Rooke site is ongoing. These photos show what a typical room will be like inside the pre-fabricated modular units.

Discussions on the future relationship of Gibraltar with the European Union, including with Spain, have continued in Malaga this week.

'Three years ago exactly, the United Kingdom and Gibraltar left the European Union. We lowered the flag of Europe at our frontier as the UK ended just shy of fifty years of membership of the world's largest trading organisation.'

The GHA has announced the establishment of its Patient Voice Group. The Group, formed of community volunteers, will work directly with the Office of the Director General to monitor the quality of the service provided to patients across the GHA.

The GHA’s ENT Consultant, Dr Chiti-Batelli, will run a tinnitus clinic during International Tinnitus Awareness Week.

The team from the University of Valladolid Language Acquisition Lab (UVALAL), which is studying English-Spanish bilingualism, have had a productive and interesting week conducting research in Gibraltar.

A two-day workshop on the development of a new biodiversity strategy for the UK's Overseas Territories, including Gibraltar, was opened on Wednesday by the Minister for the Environment, Prof. John Cortes, and the Deputy Governor, Marc Holland.

Year 2 pupils at St Joseph’s Lower Primary school celebrated Chinese New Year as part of their China project.

As part of its Equality Means Business workstream, the Ministry of Equality hosted a seminar for the private sector on how business premises can be made more accessible in light of the legislative changes that will be coming into force as part of the Disability Act 2017.

The twelfth round of UK-EU negotiations on Gibraltar’s future relationship with the European Union closed in London on Friday.

A Weather Advisory (Tier-Two warning) for Heavy Rain valid from 9pm this evening until 5pm on Monday 30th January has been issued. We also have some strengthening winds to come overnight and through Monday which together will give some poor conditions at times.

The Minister for Equality, the Hon. Samantha Sacramento MP, met with representatives from the Gibraltar Chamber of Commerce and the Gibraltar Federation of Small Businesses to discuss the soon to be enacted Sections 13 and 14 of the Disability Act (2017), how this would affect business owners in Gibraltar and explain the support offered by Government to businesses to give this effect.

The Captain of the Port has confirmed that works to remove the cargo from the OS 35 have begun, with the first batches of cargo removed from Cargo Hold 3.

The Ministry of Transport has announced today the launch of Gibraltar’s Active Travel Strategy.

The Port Authority says it is pleased with the way works continue to progress around the OS35.