Gabriella Peralta is a reporter at the Gibraltar Chronicle.
Hillsides, the new residential facility for persons with Alzheimer’s and Dementia, was formally inaugurated yesterday having welcomed its first 16 patients over the weekend. Located at the site of the old Royal Naval Hospital and close to the Bella Vista Dementia Day Centre, this is the latest in the provision of elderly care services locallyREAD MORE
The new dementia residential facility Hillsides will officially open today and will welcome patients in phases over the next coming months. Each phase will take around four weeks and will continue until the premises are at full capacity with 52 beds. Last Friday Health Minister, Neil Costa, gave the press a tour of the newREAD MORE
The Gibraltar Financial Services Commission has fixed a spotlight on financial crime ahead of an expert international evaluation next year. The evaluation by Moneyval, a monitoring body of the Council of Europe, will look into money laundering and terrorist financing risks, and how these are regulated, monitored and dealt with locally. Ahead of the assessment,READ MORE
A planned protest at St Bernard’s Hospital was yesterday curbed following a last minute meeting between unions and Health Minister Neil Costa. Mr Costa met with Unite the Union on Thursday evening where 16 GHA representatives cited “long standing staffing matters” as the reason for industrial action. According to a union representative, members were willingREAD MORE