Eyleen Sheil is a reporter at the Gibraltar Chronicle.
The Gibraltar Government yesterday outlined plans for a new three-storey bespoke Primary Care Centre and a Paediatric Centre in the surrounding grounds of St Bernard’s Hospital. In doing so, the Government vowed to elevate “good quality healthcare to excellent healthcare”. The plans were announced at a press conference at No. 6 Convent Place yesterday morningREAD MORE
An application for full planning permission for a 15-storey residential development at 5-9 Shackleton Road has been filed with the Town Planners. The project already received outline planning permission at the Development and Planning Commission last November. The developer, Tylee Properties Ltd, is trying to attract purchasers such as first time buyers, divorcees, returning studentsREAD MORE
Minister for the Environment Dr John Cortes launched a new multi-language audio tour system in the World War II tunnels yesterday morning. He was accompanied by the Upper Rock Manager Dylan Sheriff and Chief Executive of the Ministry for Environment Dr Liesl Torres. The audio tour is available in six languages, Dutch, English, French, German,READ MORE
The Director of the Parque Natural Alcornocales, Jorge Bezares, yesterday planted a tree in the Alameda Gardens on his retirement from the position and to mark the deep friendship both Gibraltar and Spain have shared on the park board. The Minister for Environment and fellow board member, Dr John Cortes, was present at the planting,READ MORE