The Minister for Culture would like to publicly congratulate Gibraltarian conductor Karel Chichon on his debut at one of the world's most prestigious opera houses, the Metropolitan Opera House in New York, where he is currently conducting Puccini's Madama Butterfly.
In an address to Year 12 students from Bayside and Westside Schools, the Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia has said that there was a risk that exit from the European Union would leave Gibraltar politically exposed and at the mercy of Spain.
The Gibraltar Port Authority hosted a Search and Rescue (SAR) training course this week for its own staff and other response agencies in Gibraltar as part of a collaborative initiative to enhance Gibraltar’s response to SAR incidents in BGTW.
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.
Dear Sir/Madame, 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.
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.