Alice Mascarenhas is the Deputy Editor at the Gibraltar Chronicle.
Restoration works at Witham’s Cemetery is one of the main projects undertaken by volunteers of the Gibraltar Heritage Trust. Since October last year volunteers have been helping out in the removal of rubbish and rubble from the area and putting back together the many broken head stones. The works which are being carried out inREAD MORE
50 years of the 1967 Referendum gave young people the chance to work on a project earlier this year which has been recognised in the Gibraltar Heritage Trust Awards2017. The Junior Heritage Award was presented to the Gibraltar Youth Service for their painting of Devil’s Gap Steps, sometimes referred to as ‘referendum steps’. This isREAD MORE
‘The Story of Gibraltar’, the latest book in the Wallbook series this weekend became the bestselling book ever at the Gibraltar Gibunco Literary Festival. The book launched on Friday sold 800 copies in just four days. This is the best and fastest selling book in the festival’s five year history. Christopher Lloyd is delighted andREAD MORE
Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia presented a new booklet on the1967 Referendum at this year’s literary festival. The booklet forms part of this year’s 50th anniversary celebrations of the Referendum and will soon be distributed to pupils in all schools. Dr Garcia was speaking at the Literary Festival where he gave a well-attended talkREAD MORE