- July 20, 2016
Gabriella Peralta is a reporter at the Gibraltar Chronicle.
A local businessman who organises ‘Lazer-Tag’ tag events is contesting restrictions imposed on his trade licence after police raised security concerns. The company hosted its events on local beaches and at Europa Point, dressing clients in military gear and equipping them with realistic laser weapons as part of harmless combat games enjoyed by children andREAD MORE
Bella Vista Day Centre, Gibraltar’s new dementia day centre, was unveiled yesterday and has already opened its doors to a small group of Alzheimer’s and Dementia patients. Patients will be introduced to the centre slowly in small groups until it is at full capacity and the first few have begun using its services. Situated atREAD MORE
The Dementia Day Centre will be formally opened today by Chief Minister Fabian Picardo and the Minister of Health Neil Costa. The day centre situated at the ex-Royal Naval Hospital will cater for up to 90 patients and aims to maintain the functional abilities of individuals who suffer from dementia. A government spokesman called thisREAD MORE
Childline has revealed a sharp increase in demand for its services assisting juveniles detained by the police. The Appropriate Adult Service organised by Childline is formed by staff and volunteers who on an ‘on-call’ basis assist detained juveniles when their parents or guardians either refuse or are unable to attend the police station. Statistics unveiledREAD MORE