Eyleen Sheil is a reporter at the Gibraltar Chronicle.
Pupils from the Loreto Convent School Gardening Club yesterday picked their ‘school grown’ rhubarb to make a crumble under the supervision of local Chef Vicky Garcia Bishop. This formed part of an ongoing project called ‘Plant to Plate’ whereby the children plant and grow their own fruit and vegetables and then learn to cook them.READ MORE
The Gibraltar Government has launched the first phase of its residential parking scheme, which comes into effect on July 1. The cost of the first permit for each household is £60 a year, doubling to £120 for the second permit and £240 for the third permit. Disabled persons get the first permit free and carREAD MORE
Officers from the Gibraltar Fire and Rescue Service are undertaking courses for two weeks and yesterday eight personnel were trained or re-assessed as Rope Supervisors by instructors from Wales. This assessment took place on the pylon at the Middle Cable Car Station. While the need for firefighters to conduct rescue operations like this are rareREAD MORE
Pupils from Notre Dame School brought their parents, guardians or grandparents to school yesterday to take part in its Health and Fitness Day. The children and adults took part in Yoga, Pilates, Zumba, football skills, team games and numerous of other activities that the staff delivered throughout the day. Gaylee Gracia, the Physical Education coordinatorREAD MORE