• University expected to see marked increase in academic ‘professional development’ intake

    University expected to see marked increase in academic ‘professional development’ intake0

    Around 250 students are expected to enrol in new professional courses in the new 2017/18 academic year which will be on offer at the University of Gibraltar. As the university enters its third year it continues to develop courses ensuring it is providing a wide range of courses for the professional community locally. Professor Daniella

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  • Convent Open Day

    Convent Open Day0

    Today is one of the busiest Saturday’s of the year with a number of events happening throughout the day. Governor Lt Gen Edward Davis and Mrs Davis will host the traditional open day in The Convent starting at 11am. The day will also see the Musuem’s Open Day (10am), Classic Car Rally on Casemates (10am),

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  • Digging deeper, new Museum wing gives renewed focus to education

    Digging deeper, new Museum wing gives renewed focus to education0

    The Gibraltar Museum unveiled a new wing including a lab, children’s workshop room and a changeable exhibition area. Plans for the wing began a year ago and the Museum hopes to encourage more visitors with the newly added space. The children’s workshop room called ‘Digging Deeper’ is a specially made room to host school visits

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  • Ready to cook

    Ready to cook0

    Local chef Vicky Garcia Bishop is representing Gibraltar at the Brighton Food Festival where she will cook for 60 people today including festival organisers at the inauguration dinner this evening. Ms Garcia Bishop will bring a taste of Gibraltar, Iberia and North Africa to ‘Jeremy’s Restaurant’, a fine dining establishment in West Sussex. Tonight’s event

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  • Gib’s new bicycle hire scheme now operational

    Gib’s new bicycle hire scheme now operational0

    The Gibraltar Government yesterday launched Rock’s new bicycle hire scheme ‘Redibike’. The scheme forms an “important part of the Sustainable Traffic, Transport and Parking Plan, said Paul Balban whose Ministry is responsible for Redibikes. In addition to encouraging people to walk or use public transport Mr Balban wants to encourage the public to use this

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  • All set for this year’s Gibraltar Flower Show

    All set for this year’s Gibraltar Flower Show0

    This year’s Flower Show organised by the Gibraltar Horticultural Society takes place tomorrow and Thursday at the John Mackintosh Hall. Judging for the public spaces, gardens, balconies and patios has already taken place and the winner of the terraced garden category was won by Ernest Montado. Pat Sutton won for her patio display and Bathsheba

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