• Preparations well underway for annual Mini-Olympiad

    Preparations well underway for annual Mini-Olympiad0

    The Royal Gibraltar Police will hold the annual Mini-Olympiad tomorrow at the Victoria Stadium Complex. The event is open to children in middle school, in class years four to seven and is an all-day event. The Mini-Olympiad is part of the RGP’s drugs misuse awareness work and the slogan of the day is ‘Live Life,

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  • Westside girls shrug off female stereotypes

    Westside girls shrug off female stereotypes0

    With a love of subjects such as maths, activities such as sports and career goals ranging from becoming a novelist to working as an engineer, some of the girls at Westside are becoming more vocal about their future and how they will not conform to female stereotypes. Yesterday was ‘International Day of the Girl Child’

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  • Dialysis Unit named after Douglas Ferro

    Dialysis Unit named after Douglas Ferro0

    The newly named Douglas Ferro Unit at St Bernard’s Hospital, named in honour of a former dialysis patient, was unveiled yesterday by Chief Minister Fabian Picardo. Mr Ferro was remembered at yesterday’s event honouring his work in the Dialysis Patients and Friends Association. His advocacy for dialysis resulted in the Government looking into the possibility

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  • Fire Safety Personnel attend Fire Investigation Course in UK

    Fire Safety Personnel attend Fire Investigation Course in UK0

    Following an intensive three day course in the UK, two members of Gibraltar’s Fire Safety Department completed a Practical Development Refresher course on Fire and Arson Investigation. The course hones on their skills in the methodical examination of fire compartments and vehicles together with sessions dealing with forensic challenges, fatal fires, information gathering, documentation and

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  • Local hero aims to fly Gibraltar flag at Invictus Games

    Local hero aims to fly Gibraltar flag at Invictus Games0

    Gibraltarian Steven Alman, a gold and silver medallist at the Invictus Games 2017, says his ultimate aim is to represent Gibraltar and fly the flag at the next games. In Toronto, where he formed part of the British team, he won gold in the men’s swimming team 4×50 relay and silver in the sitting-volleyball event.

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  • Record breaking year for Relay for Life

    Record breaking year for Relay for Life0

    Chief Minister Fabian yesterday invited the organisers of the Cancer Research 24 hour Relay for Life event, held two weeks ago at the Victoria Stadium, to No6 Convent Place. Organiser Nicky Vinales revealed that so far Relay for Life had raised over £73,000 which well exceeds the committee’s original target of £50,000. With the Gibraltar

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