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  • ‘Manchester is resilient and democracy will triumph’, peer says

    ‘Manchester is resilient and democracy will triumph’, peer says

    • May 23, 2017

    Democracy will always triumph over terrorism, a Labour peer said today as delegates at a parliamentary conference in Gibraltar paid tribute to victims of the Manchester bombing. Speaking on the sidelines of the event, Baroness Hilary Armstrong told the Chronicle Manchester would remain “absolutely solid” despite last night’s attack. Her words followed a minutes’ silence

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  • Over 130 entries for Spring Art Competition

    Over 130 entries for Spring Art Competition

    • May 23, 2017

    This year the Gibraltar Spring Visual Arts Exhibition has seen a large number of entries. Over have been entered for this year’s competition which once again is being held in the Gustavo Bacarisas Gallery. The official opening will be this evening by Culture Minister Steven Linares. This year the adjudicator is Mercedes Corbacho Rodriguez who

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  • Fancy dress winners

    Fancy dress winners

    • May 23, 2017

    Gibraltar Museums Day – celebrating International Museum’s Day – saw a record number of entries this year with over 1,900 people visiting on the day. This year there was a new wing with new exhibits which attracted a large number of people – whole families also participated in its many events. As always the fancy

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  • Gibraltar will look to Commonwealth after Brexit, Picardo says

    Gibraltar will look to Commonwealth after Brexit, Picardo says

    • May 23, 2017

    Gibraltar will switch the EU flag for the Commonwealth flag as it seeks to forge “strong and enduring” trade relationships around the world after Brexit, Chief Minister Fabian Picardo said yesterday. The Chief Minister was speaking at the opening of a three-day conference focusing on Brexit and the importance of the Commonwealth to the UK

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  • Childline tips on talking to children about terrorism

    Childline tips on talking to children about terrorism

    • May 23, 2017

    Childline Gibraltar has issued advice for parents on how to talk to children about terrorism in the wake of the terrorist attack in Manchester yesterday evening. The charity offered its support stating: “Many tweens and teens in Gibraltar will be fans of Ariana Grande and will be shocked, as we all are, and confused about

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  • DPC hears of new information system developed by RAF Gibraltar

    • May 23, 2017

    Chris Purkiss, the Director of Civil Aviation in Gibraltar, gave a presentation to members of the Development and Planning commission on a new GIS layer that has been developed by RAF Gibraltar. GIS means Geographic Information System, which is a system for storing and manipulating geographical information. The new layer gives ObstacleLimitations Surfaces (OLS) height

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