Cristina Cavilla is the Chief Reporter at the Gibraltar Chronicle.
A group of 14 youngsters will soon leave Gibraltar for Washington DC for three-month placements with public or private sector entities. They were briefed by the Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia on the policy of the government and connections between Gibraltar and the United States. Dr Garcia explained Gibraltar’s long military connection with theREAD MORE
On Main Street last week, a British visitor from Hull who voted Leave in the Brexit referendum said she had changed her mind. After two years of political chaos and uncertainty, leaving the EU no longer seemed like a good prospect for 59-year old Mary Brown. Mrs Brown was made redundant from her council jobREAD MORE
The Gibraltar Government is extending the programme of vaccination against the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) to adolescent boys. This follows recommendations of the Medical Advisory Committee and subsequent advice by the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) in UK. The HPV Vaccine is primarily used to protect girls and women from cancer of theREAD MORE
Minister for Education John Cortes, accompanied by officials from the Department of Education and staff from the schools, has visited three schools that are undergoing extensive renovation works over the summer. In a statement the Government reiterated that it will refurbish and improve all those school buildings that are not being replaced. It said thatREAD MORE