Cristina Cavilla is the Chief Reporter at the Gibraltar Chronicle.
A team from Gibraltar has raised more than £1,000 for the charity ‘Save the Children’ after battling their way through a Spartan race in Madrid over the weekend. The team of three– comprised of Kyle Banda and brothers Jamie and Kevan Sercombe – tested their endurance as they tackled a 16 kilometres course over ruggedREAD MORE
Gibraltar has been ranked third in a list of the most polluted cities in the UK, ahead of major cities including London and Manchester. This follows the publication of data from the World Health Organisation (WHO) showing that 47 British towns and cities match or exceed limits of air pollution. WHO researchers looked at fineREAD MORE
More than 400 Gibraltar Health Authority workers shouted ‘Enough is enough’ from the steps outside St Bernard’s hospital yesterday afternoon as they staged a mass-walkout over the ‘backdoor’ privatisation of the GHA. A cross-section of staff including doctors, nurses, domestic and administrative staff participated in the industrial action on the longstanding concerns regarding the GHA’sREAD MORE
Unite the Union members of the Gibraltar Health Authority workforce will stage a walkout tomorrow afternoon over longstanding concerns regarding the reliance on supply workers. According to a Unite bulletin circulated amongst members yesterday, “morale has hit an all-time low within the GHA”. “After long discussions on issues affecting this department mainly agency workers takingREAD MORE