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  • Gibraltarian police officer addresses Europol fraud training course

    Gibraltarian police officer addresses Europol fraud training course

    • July 27, 2017

    A specialist investigator from the Royal Gibraltar Police delivered an address to a multinational group of police officers learning about payment fraud at a course in Spain’s National Police Academy in Avila. A total of 62 officers representing law enforcement agencies from 29 countries – including 22 EU Member States – were participating in the

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  • More excavations at Vanguard could reveal new Neanderthal evidence

    More excavations at Vanguard could reveal new Neanderthal evidence

    • July 27, 2017

    Excavations have resumed this week at Vanguard Cave since the latest discovery at the beginning of the month of a Neanderthal child’s upper right canine milk tooth. The tooth came from a level in Vanguard Cave known as 5A. This level, together with levels one to four, is being fully excavated but the rules have

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  • Patients transferred to New Hillsides dementia home

    Patients transferred to New Hillsides dementia home

    • July 26, 2017

    Government yesterday confirmed the successful phased transfer of patients last month from St Bernard’s Hospital to the recently inaugurated Hillsides Dementia Home. In its statement the Government said this had taken place June, 10 and 11. The scheduled timeframe for the total occupation of the new home has been met with the admission of 26

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  • PCC appointment availability is top of agenda – Govt

    PCC appointment availability is top of agenda – Govt

    • July 26, 2017

    The Gibraltar Government has said it is constantly reviewing the appointment system at the Primary Care Centre as it strives to ensure that nobody needs to wait for long periods of time to make appointments when they are feeling unwell. In a statement the Government said patient feedback is always welcome adding that community and

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Opinion

  • #Thinking Allowed: When graffiti becomes art

    • July 27, 2017

    If we subscribe to the fact that art is a vehicle to providing a voice for the voiceless or to speak up about important issues then full marks to local poet David Bentata for his “My Rock” poem. It appeared on one of the Main Street concrete blocks earlier this week. Yesterday a second one

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  • Dialogue must be three way

    Dialogue must be three way

    • July 13, 2017

    There was understandable unease here yesterday about the prospect of Spain’s King Felipe raising Gibraltar during a speech to the UK Parliament at the start of his state visit to Britain. Given Spain’s approach to Gibraltar in recent years, the possibility of a reference to the Rock during an address to the mother of all

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