Eyleen Sheil is a reporter at the Gibraltar Chronicle.
By Holly Williams, Press Association Deputy City Editor Tax hikes and spending cuts worth an extra £39 billion every decade for the next 50 years would be needed to prevent ballooning national debt levels, the UK’s fiscal watchdog has warned. The Office for Budget Responsibility’s latest Fiscal Sustainability Report makes for grim reading as itREAD MORE
Ocean Village Marina will install “Seabins” in a bid to clean up litter from the surface of its marina waters round-the-clock. The “Seabins” will be strategically placed and are designed to “skim and filter out rubbish, floating debris and other pollutants from the water as it collects in the harbour or is blown in byREAD MORE
A series of healthy eating informative classes were launched at the Summer Sports and Leisure Programme. The programme is being delivered by the Government’s Public Health Department and forms part of the recently launched initiative CHAMP (The Children, Healthy and Active Multi-agency Programme). Dietitians from the GHA aim to reinforce the importance of healthy eatingREAD MORE
The Gibraltar Photographic Society has launched an ‘Art through Photography’ course for children as part of this year’s Summer Sports and Leisure Programme. The classes start in the Photographic Society’s Wellington Front premises and then the budding photographers explore some of the Rock capturing images, learning about light, composition and other techniques as they go.READ MORE