• MH Bland supports GADS ‘dementia friendly’ campaign

    MH Bland supports GADS ‘dementia friendly’ campaign0

    MH Bland yesterday launched its ‘Dementia Friendly’ bus, one of the Calypso Tours fleet which will be used to provide transfers and tours to visiting tourists from the Costa del Sol or Cruise liner passengers.  It will be seen not only by Gibraltarians but also visitors to the Rock as well. This is one of

  • Tunnel vision

    Tunnel vision0

    Progress on the runway tunnel is steady but the exceptionally bad weather caused some delays, the Gibraltar Government told the Chronicle. “We expect the completion date to be in the first half of 2019,” a spokesman said. Pic by Johnny Bugeja

  • North Face inspection continues, but risk appears low

    North Face inspection continues, but risk appears low0

    The Technical Services Department is in the process of carrying out a very detailed inspection of the North face of the Rock following the rock fall last March 2, but early indications are that the risk of a repeat incident on that scale is low. Immediately after the rock fall the Technical Services Department carried

  • Temporary ban on fishing common octopus

    Temporary ban on fishing common octopus0

    The Department of the Environment, Heritage and Climate Change (DEHCC) has implemented a temporary ban on Common Octopus fishing as from yesterday to May 31, inclusive. This follows on from last year’s successful implementation of a temporary fishing ban in British Gibraltar Territorial Waters (BGTW). The measure has been discussed and agreed in consultation with

  • New Mayor’s website

    New Mayor’s website0

    The Mayor’s official website is now live. A spokesperson from the Mayor’s Office made the announcement informing everyone that the Mayor’s Awards nomination forms were now available on the website at the link http://www.mayor.gi/ The Awards Scheme, which up till 2012 only recognised persons who saved a life or participated in any such rescue operation

  • Sister Cities strengthens US-Gib ties

    Sister Cities strengthens US-Gib ties0

    American representatives of Sister Cities International visited Gibraltar for the first time in the association’s 62-year history this week, in a bid to foster relationships between the countries. Forging links between the University of Gibraltar and its American counterparts was of particular interest for Sister Cities International representative Jane Cahaly and Honorary Board Member Gilbert