Cristina Cavilla is the Chief Reporter at the Gibraltar Chronicle.
The Gibraltar Consultative Council met for the first time yesterday afternoon to discuss matters in the national interest, even as it faced criticism that its structure was “elitist” and “undemocratic”. The Council, which aims to make use of the “best brains” in Gibraltar, included among its number former Chief Ministers Sir Peter Caruana and AdolfoREAD MORE
The new Leader of the Opposition, Roy Clinton, will not attend the inaugural meeting of the Gibraltar Consultative Council on Monday, he said last night. The aim of the council is to provide the Chief Minister with a sounding board of the best brains in Gibraltar on key issues of the day. But members areREAD MORE
The Gibraltar Health Authority overspent its budget by £14.2m in the last financial year, prompting it to implement of a series of financial control measures to rein in spending. The sum was described as “staggering” by Health Minister Neil Costa but is part of a pattern of overspending that stretches back over two decades. FiguresREAD MORE
The Gibraltarian contingent that flew to Gotland for the 2017 Island Games last month included two senior police officers tasked with scoping out potential security lessons before the games come to the Rock in 2019. Ensuring the security of the second Sunshine Games will be no easy task, not least because the threat matrix facingREAD MORE