Alice Mascarenhas is the Deputy Editor at the Gibraltar Chronicle.
Dementia Friends Gibraltar will help create a community in which people living with dementia feel more understood and included in society. This was the message from chairperson of the Gibraltar Dementia and Alzheimer’s Society Daphne Alcantara at the launch of Dementia Friendly on the Rock on Thursday. No one should face dementia alone she toldREAD MORE
by Alice Mascarenhas and Catherine Wyatt Having a baby is a “life-changing moment”, the Duchess of Cambridge has told a Gibraltarian family of a sick child. Kate was visiting the new Ronald McDonald Evelina House in London yesterday, a purpose built “home away from home”, which accommodates the families of children being treated in hospital.READ MORE
Shannen Vincent has won this year’s 1st prize – the Ministry of Culture Prize of £1000 – at this year’s Art Competition for Young Artists. The winners were announced last night at the opening of this year’s prize giving ceremony where the prizes were presented by Culture Minister Steven Linares. 36 young artists submitted aREAD MORE
Girl Guiding Commissioner Valerie Makey is stepping down in May after six years in post and having reached the end of her tenure. With tributes by both the Governor, Chief Scout of Gibraltar, Lt. Gen. Edward Davis and Commissioner of the Scouts Mark Rodriguez, Mrs Makey made the announcement herself to a round of applauseREAD MORE