• Clean-up campaign highlights Rock litter problem

    Clean-up campaign highlights Rock litter problem
    • September 26, 2016

    Over 300 volunteers, collaborators, supporters and sponsors pulled off another Gibraltar-wide clean up this weekend, highlighting the litter problem that impacts many areas of the Rock. The “mountain of waste” was created at the Eco Park facility, with volunteers ferrying load after load to the site based at Flint Road. Various skips were also filled

  • ‘Steeling’ the show

    ‘Steeling’ the show
    • September 24, 2016

    Mark Steel attracted a good audience to his show ‘Mark Steel In Town’ at St Michael’s Cave on Thursday night, including many people who travelled in from Spain to see the comedian record his bespoke show about Gibraltar for BBC Radio 4.


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  • GWA welcomes Licudi apology

    GWA welcomes Licudi apology
    • September 24, 2016

    The Gibraltar Women’s Association has welcomed Justice Minister Gilbert Licudi’s apology in the wake of a public outcry at an incident of profanity in parliament aimed at independent MP Marlene Hassan Nahon. “We acknowledge that he has proven to be not only a gentleman in accepting blame for the incident, but also a man of integrity

  • Govt denies ‘blacklisting’ Feetham and Clinton

    Govt denies ‘blacklisting’ Feetham and Clinton
    • September 23, 2016

    The Gibraltar Government has rejected an accusation that it ‘blacklisted’ Opposition MP Roy Clinton, insisting the GSD politician had ‘requested’ to be removed from the guest list for official events. The Chronicle revealed yesterday that Mr Clinton, the shadow Minister for Heritage, had not been invited to the inauguration of Gorham’s cave complex UNESCO World



  • Reforming education- moving beyond the classroom

    Reforming education- moving beyond the classroom
    • September 21, 2016

    by Elliott Phillips MP, Shadow Minister for Justice,  Equality, Youth, Education, Employment Drugs and Rehabilitation  of Offenders It has long been said that our children are our future ambassadors and the provision of education is vitally important. We can all, I think, agree with that statement.  At the opening of Parliament the Chief Minister reasserted the Government’s commitment

  • National Day message – Dr Joseph Garcia

    National Day message – Dr Joseph Garcia
    • September 11, 2016

    We commemorate the past and look forward to the future. On 10 September 1967 the people of Gibraltar decided for the first time whether their future lay with the United Kingdom or with Spain. We chose overwhelmingly to remain with the UK. Next year will mark the 50th anniversary of that momentous decision. We also


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