Eyleen Sheil is a reporter at the Gibraltar Chronicle.
A collaboration, called #Refill, between The Hunter Group, NGO The Nautilus Project and AquaGib was officially launched at the Piazza yesterday and welcomed by the Minister for the Environment Dr John Cortes. The project saw the distribution of 1,000 aluminium refillable water bottles to members of the public in a bid to reduce the usageREAD MORE
Yesterday was ‘No Smoking Day’ and members of the health promotion team set up an information stall at the ICC to help those who want to quit. Daya Dewfall and Emily Lopez from the Health Promotion Department answered questions from people who approached the stand and directly went up to speak to smokers themselves inREAD MORE
Plans have been filed for the refurbishment and extension of an Irish Town building whose history can be traced back two centuries – and perhaps even further. The proposed works at 17 Irish Town will restore some characteristics of the building that were lost decades ago and will refresh existing features such as green woodenREAD MORE
The Nautilus Project, a local non-governmental organisation that raises awareness of the marine environment, joined A-level science students from Colegio La Inmaculada for a beach clean-up at El Rinconcillo in Algeciras last weekend. It is the second time The Nautilus Project (TNP) spend time with students from the school. Earlier this year they delivered aREAD MORE