Eyleen Sheil is a reporter at the Gibraltar Chronicle.
A man who survived the IRA bombing in Manchester 21 years ago spoke yesterday of his horror at Monday’s attack in the city. Although no one was killed in the 1996 blast, the trauma of that event still haunts Perry Hughes and his family, who now have a business in Gibraltar. Yesterday he was filledREAD MORE
Chris Purkiss, the Director of Civil Aviation in Gibraltar, gave a presentation to members of the Development and Planning commission on a new GIS layer that has been developed by RAF Gibraltar. GIS means Geographic Information System, which is a system for storing and manipulating geographical information. The new layer gives ObstacleLimitations Surfaces (OLS) heightREAD MORE
The Government is set to encourage motor vehicle owners to turn off their engines when stationary instead of letting them idle in a bid to reduce transport pollution. A series of signs are expected to be placed in various locations across the Rock asking drivers not to let their engines run idly. “The first thingREAD MORE
Displays ranging from scarecrows wearing hula skirts to the traditional Japanese pressed plant and flower art, Oshibana, fill up a flower-scented room in John Mackintosh Hall this week as part of this year’s Gibraltar Flower Show. The displays opened to the public yesterday afternoon following the judging and continue today all day. The winners ofREAD MORE