• Plater Youth Club residential at Wakana Lake

    Plater Youth Club residential at Wakana Lake0

    A group of fifteen young people from the Plater Youth Club recently took part in a fun packed weekend at Wakana Lake, Benalup. The weekend offered young people the opportunity to take part in outdoor adventure based activities including archery, a challenging high ropes course, 10 kilometre mountain biking trail, a 1.5 kilometre ‘Spartan’ mud

  • Carnival Horizon pays its inaugural visit to Gibraltar

    Carnival Horizon pays its inaugural visit to Gibraltar0

    The second Vista-class cruise ship, Carnival Horizon, made its inaugural visit to Gibraltar on Saturday. The ship was built by Italian shipbuilders, Fincantieri, for Carnival Cruise Line, a division of Carnival Corporation. It entered service in March 2018 and has a gross tonnage of 133,500 tonnes, a length of 321 metres, and capacity for 3960

  • Beach clean up

    Beach clean up0

    On Sunday May 13, the Mayor Kaiane Aldorino Lopez joined members of the Nautilus Project on their 27th Great Gibraltar Beach Clean. During the day, the volunteers collected over 240kg of waste from Catalan Bay.

  • Rocking Yellow

    Rocking Yellow0

    Clubhouse Gibraltar held a rock concert and fun day to raise awareness for mental health. The Minister for Health and Care, Neil Costa, gave a speech at the event having recently announced the introduction of a mental health nursing degree to be delivered locally. The event held last Saturday was a fun day for all

  • Sun Awareness

    Sun Awareness0

    Cancer Research UK Gibraltar Branch held a skin cancer awareness stall at the Piazza last Saturday. The stall aimed to inform the public about sun safety, ensuring that people understand the importance of applying sun cream regularly and keeping out of the sun during peak hours. Pic by Johnny Bugeja

  • A heritage site worth protecting

    A heritage site worth protecting0

    The Conservation works on the emblematic heritage fortifications of Southport Gates will ensure the wall does not weaken or become destabilised so that it continues to be protected for future generations. Marcello Sanguinetti from the Department of Heritage explained how some plants were removed to protect the walls. However, the removal itself was not a