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  • Local Tinker Bell takes Guinness World Record

    Local Tinker Bell takes Guinness World Record
    • April 29, 2016

    Record breaking Tinker Bell Faye Morse completed the London Marathon in just under four hours to secure the title of ‘fastest women to run a marathon dressed as a film character’. Mrs Morse passed the finish line in 3 hours 45 minutes last weekend alongside a further 38,000 runners, grabbing the Guinness World Record. She

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  • Plans filed for new block on Devil’s Tower Road

    Plans filed for new block on Devil’s Tower Road
    • April 29, 2016

    The full planning application for Clemence Suites at 34 Devils Tower Road has been filed with the Development and Planning Commission. The 15-storey scheme was given outline planning permission in December 2015 and has since undergone some revisions. Architect Jonas Stahl from Arc Designs Ltd compiled a summary of the changes that was also filed

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  • GSD hits back on planning

    GSD hits back on planning
    • April 29, 2016

    The GSD Opposition has called the Government “dismissive of the hundreds of people” who have signed petitions and raised issues regarding development and planning. The statement came as both parties recently exchanged words on the topic, with the GSD stating it is raising questions on behalf of “the concerned public.” “It is a sad indictment

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  • Teachers’ union backs Stronger In

    Teachers’ union backs Stronger In
    • April 27, 2016

    The GTA/NASUWT is the latest local organisation to declare its support for the Stronger in Europe campaign. “We urge our members to vote IN at the EU referendum on the 23rd June,” the teachers union said. “We are extremely concerned with the negative implications that a Brexit vote could have on the very fabric of

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Opinion

  • Gibraltar’s brightest future is IN the European Union

    • April 25, 2016

    The Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia, who is also Minister for European Affairs, argues that Gibraltar is better off in the European Union. He says that a decision to leave the EU would be a leap in the dark. In two months Commonwealth and Irish Citizens resident in Gibraltar, alongside those in the United

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  • For Europe but not the EU

    • April 17, 2016

    by Charles Gomez In modern politics and economics where emotions and feelings turn into reality, the fear of the unknown is something to be taken very seriously indeed. Fear, like optimism, can become self-fulfilling and that is why the growing chorus of voices across Europe, clamouring for the dissolution of the EU followed by a

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