Eyleen Sheil is a reporter at the Gibraltar Chronicle.
For one elderly couple flying from Gibraltar recently, the experience proved a nightmare because of the absence of a most basic facility: a long-term car park for their vehicle. David Bowers detailed his complaint in a two-page letter to airport managers, stating that Gibraltar was, to his knowledge “…the only international airport in the civilisedREAD MORE
The Department of Education has published a Code of Conduct for Teachers to serve as “a guiding compass” on professional and ethical issues. At the launch yesterday at No.6 Convent Place, the Minster for Education, Dr John Cortes, welcomed the development. “Education is not just about exams but much more than that,” he said, addingREAD MORE
A project for 73-77 Catalan Bay – site of the Village Inn – was ‘not approved as submitted’ by the Development and Planning Commission during a meeting earlier this month. An objector to the proposed development of the existing site, which will see the creation of a four storey residential and commercial building, also addressREAD MORE
Ilse Longuet completed her 1,000km barefoot walk from Barcelona to Gibraltar this weekend, arriving on the Rock at midday on Sunday. Walking across the runway in gale force winds and lashing rain, she told the Chronicle she felt “amazing, but so glad it is over. It’s wonderful to be here, but three months is longREAD MORE