Cristina Cavilla is the Chief Reporter at the Gibraltar Chronicle.
A lack of manpower and high organisational demands are impacting morale within the Royal Gibraltar Police, the Gibraltar Police Federation [GPF] indicated yesterday following the publication of a staff survey. The Federation flagged issues such as officers’ workloads, shift patterns as well as bullying and health and safety concerns. But it insisted that the problemsREAD MORE
A delay in the production of psychiatric reports for Gibraltar’s courts is becoming “pressing”, Chief Justice Anthony Dudley said on Friday. The backlog comes despite there being no apparent fault in the administrative mechanisms in place to request and produce these reports, suggesting the issue may be down to resources and manpower. But the delaysREAD MORE
The Minister for Equality, Samantha Sacramento, yesterday outlined ‘game changing’ plans for the advancement of women in the economy through a mentorship programme which will look to tackle the gender pay gap. Ms Sacramento, along with her team from the Department for Equality, detailed the proposals at a press briefing ahead the formal launch ofREAD MORE
A recent immigration case at the Magistrates Court has placed a spotlight on how the authorities in Gibraltar deal with complex cases involving unaccompanied migrant children who cross the Strait of Gibraltar in search of a better life. This comes after a 17-year old boy from Morocco was found in an inflatable canoe two milesREAD MORE