• Pro-life Movement to launch ‘No Shame, No Blame’ campaign

    Pro-life Movement to launch ‘No Shame, No Blame’ campaign0

    The Gibraltar Pro-Life Movement will shortly launch a ‘No Shame, No Blame’ campaign to encourage men and women to offer their stories and seek help with dealing with all issues surrounding abortions in complete anonymity. In a statement the group said its campaign is not about ‘oppressing women’, but instead protecting the life of the

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  • Youth Service trip to Aventura Amazonia

    Youth Service trip to Aventura Amazonia0

    Members of the Youth Service recently enjoyed an outing to a high ropes park in Spain. The group of approximately 40 young people was made up of members of all four youth clubs with ages ranging between 10 and 18. The young people had a fun morning on the different assault courses and zip lines,

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  • Open day showcases University of Gibraltar offering

    Open day showcases University of Gibraltar offering0

    The University of Gibraltar yesterday hosted its annual Open Day in a bid to attract prospective students. The Open Day saw members of the public enquire about studying at the University with a series of talks held outlining the different courses on offer. Campus tours were also available from the ‘student experience team’ with the

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  • Inaugural Harmony G call to Gibraltar

    Inaugural Harmony G call to Gibraltar0

    Mega yacht ‘Harmony G’ made its inaugural call to Gibraltar yesterday. The ship is one of five mega yachts operated by Variety Cruises, a Greek owned line which specializes in small-ship cruising. Although Harmony G functions like a miniature cruise ship, because of its small size it is often mistaken for a large private yacht.

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  • Too soon to detect change in Madrid’s stance on Gibraltar, Lords told

    Too soon to detect change in Madrid’s stance on Gibraltar, Lords told0

    The UK and Spain have exchanged “positive messages” on Gibraltar since Spain’s Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez took office, but it is still too soon to detect any change in Madrid’s approach to the Rock’s post-Brexit future, the House of Lords was told yesterday. Addressing the Lords EU select committee, Robin Walker, Under Secretary of

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  • Pro-choice campaigners take to the street with petition

    Pro-choice campaigners take to the street with petition0

    The Together Gibraltar team started to collect signatures for a petition to push for a consultative referendum on Gibraltar’s abortion laws. As part of the #LetsGiveThemAMandate campaign, which began with an online petition last week, members will stand outside the Piazza every Monday throughout the summer. A spokesman for Together Gibraltar said: “The group’s official

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