Alice Mascarenhas is the Deputy Editor at the Gibraltar Chronicle.
Pupils from five schools, groups and organisations yesterday participated in World Environment Day on Commonwealth Park urging everyone to “get close and connect to nature”. A variety of events were organised by the Department of the Environment and Climate Change and saw pupils, parents and guests joining in. Over a number of years the celebrationsREAD MORE
Almost a year after his appointment as Bishop of Gibraltar Carmel Zammit has announced he is to make considerable changes in the Catholic Diocese of Gibraltar. The most significant changes will be at the Cathedral of St Mary the Crowned and will see the return to the Rock of two local priests and one MalteseREAD MORE
The Mario Finlayson National Art Gallery housed in the City Hall is likely to see the opening of new exhibition rooms at some time in the future. At a rededication ceremony and open day yesterday celebrating the second anniversary of the opening of the national art gallery and the recently acquired works now on publicREAD MORE
The first home grown Masters at the University of Gibraltar is expected to be launched this July. The Masters, in the area of marine science, is seen as a significant contribution in order to achieve its mission of becoming a centre of excellence for international research. Developing its own postgraduate courses has been one ofREAD MORE