Gibraltar Cultural Services, on behalf of the Ministry of Culture, has outlined the programme of events forming part of the Youth Arts Jamboree 2021. COVID-19 restrictions have meant GCS has had to present new ways of delivering this content with this in turn inspiring new ideas as well as the development of some exciting initiatives.
Government has announced that the rubble tip on the eastern side of Gibraltar, between Eastern Beach and Catalan Bay, is now full and will no longer receive any rubble. The main users of this service were notified in January by the Technical Services Department who have managed the site throughout.
In Friday's information press conference, Chief Minister Fabian Picardo pays tribute to the 'hard work, diligence and effectiveness and professionalism of our Critical Care Unit, Victoria Ward and ERS staff' and warns residents of the risks of heading to Spain 'to do there what is not allowed here'.
Minister for the Environment, Sustainability, Climate Change, Heritage and Culture, Professor John Cortes unveiled a reconstruction of the head of a Bronze Age man from Gibraltar on Tuesday 24th November, 2020.
On Friday 5 February, the Local Organizing Committee for the Special Olympics World Winter Games Kazan 2022 unveiled the global event logo during a ceremony at the Kazan Kremlin, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Chief Minister Fabian Picardo yesterday held a press conference in which he 'sadly recognised' the death of 14 more Gibraltarians since his last address. He continued to update us on the progress of the vaccination programme, the de-escalation of the GHA from a state of Black Alert to a state of Red Alert, and the re-introduction of Golden Hour for over 70's. He also spoke of the measures that will remain in place going forward.