Cristina Cavilla is the Chief Reporter at the Gibraltar Chronicle.
A GSD motion calling for increased transparency in the operations of the Gibraltar Savings Bank was met with an angry response from the Gibraltar Government yesterday. This comes as Roy Clinton, shadow Minister for Public Finances, moved a motion in Parliament requesting leave to introduce a Bill for an Act to amend the Savings BankREAD MORE
The local branch of Unite the Union has thrown its weight behind the “radical left-wing” approach of Len McCluskey as he vies for re-election as Unite General Secretary. And in doing so it took a swipe at his opponent, Gerard Coyne, who, it said represents a return to ‘Blairism’. This comes after Unite Gibraltar’s AreaREAD MORE
The Government and the GSD have clashed, in the second consecutive parliamentary session, over average waiting times at the Accident and Emergency department. In barbed exchanges, the Leader of the Opposition, Daniel Feetham, said the department faced “systemic” problems, drawing an angry reaction from the government. The exchanges at times even threatened to mirror eventsREAD MORE
The potential cost to the public purse of the Justice Minister pursuing an appeal in the latest round of the Marrache saga was the subject of heated debate in Parliament yesterday. This comes as the Justice Minister, Neil Costa, was granted permission to appeal a Supreme Court ruling questioning his power to withdraw court proceedingsREAD MORE