• Paddy Power Betfair to close Gibraltar office

    Paddy Power Betfair to close Gibraltar office

    • May 27, 2017

    Online bookmaker Paddy Power Betfair is to close its Gibraltar office and relocate its operations to another of its European sites. Paddy Power Betfair told GBC that since the merger of the two companies in February 2016, they had reviewed arrangements with the aim of simplifying and centralising operations. The company said all employees here

  • Firefighters practice rope rescue skills

    Firefighters practice rope rescue skills

    • May 26, 2017

    Officers from the Gibraltar Fire and Rescue Service are undertaking courses for two weeks and yesterday eight personnel were trained or re-assessed as Rope Supervisors by instructors from Wales. This assessment took place on the pylon at the Middle Cable Car Station. While the need for firefighters to conduct rescue operations like this are rare

  • Youngsters bring family to school to get fit

    Youngsters bring family to school to get fit

    • May 26, 2017

    Pupils from Notre Dame School brought their parents, guardians or grandparents to school yesterday to take part in its Health and Fitness Day. The children and adults took part in Yoga, Pilates, Zumba, football skills, team games and numerous of other activities that the staff delivered throughout the day. Gaylee Gracia, the Physical Education coordinator

  • Plaque for Solomon Seruya

    Plaque for Solomon Seruya

    • May 26, 2017

    Yesterday, in the company of members of the Seruya family, the Chief Minister unveiled a plaque at the Alameda Gardens in commemoration of the late Solomon Seruya. The plaque, an initiative of Susan Seruya, one of Mr Seruya’s daughter, marks his tenure as Minister for the Port and Tourism. Also present at the unveiling were


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  • Equality Means Business: making the business case for being inclusive

    Equality Means Business: making the business case for being inclusive

    • May 25, 2017

    The Ministry of Equality, as part of its Equality Means Business series of lectures, hosted a working breakfast seminar for over 60 attendees yesterday to look at why being inclusive makes business sense. The session was opened by Minister for Equality, Samantha Sacramento, who explained that the rationale for the lecture series was to inform

  • Missing person safe and well

    Missing person safe and well

    • May 25, 2017

    A locally resident American woman missing in Spain for one week is safe and well, police said yesterday. Donna Lee Hoyvik, 56, became the subject of a missing person appeal after she was discharged from a hospital in Malaga with the last known sighting of her being on May 17. But the Royal Gibraltar Police



  • We will not succumb to fear

    We will not succumb to fear

    • May 24, 2017

    Once again, flags at half-mast after unspeakable horror. The hatred that drives someone to murder innocent people in the name of a warped belief can never be comprehended. The targets on this occasion were children and youngsters enjoying a night of music and fun. It makes the scale of what unfolded even more appalling. Yet

  • #Stephen’sNiche: Feetham’s ‘ring of steel’ and speed cameras (part 2)

    • May 23, 2017

    So, the leader of the opposition considers that the media in Gibraltar are biased towards the government? Okay those weren’t Daniel Feetham’s precise words, but when the presenter of GBC’s “The Opposition, Your Questions” programme asked him this he didn’t deny it. Mr Feetham said the media does not ask the government the difficult questions


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