• Argus insurance supports RICC

    Argus insurance supports RICC0

    Argus Insurance has donated to Research into Childhood Cancer (RICC) as one of its two chosen charities which receive support throughout the year. The money raised is as a result of fundraising activities organised by the company’s charity committee. Michelle Vennard, Chair of the Argus Insurance charity committee said: “We are thrilled with the amount

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  • Man arrested after dramatic crash on Devil’s Tower Road

    Man arrested after dramatic crash on Devil’s Tower Road0

    Devil’s Tower Road was closed to traffic for more than four hours yesterday morning when a collided with the central railings and overturned. A 21-year old man was yesterday arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving and is currently on police bail. The car was travelling westbound when the driver lost control and collided with the

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  • Tjay De Barr’s message to Gibraltar: ‘We’re playing for you’

    Tjay De Barr’s message to Gibraltar: ‘We’re playing for you’0

    Gibraltar plays its toughest match yet on home soil today as it faces the Republic of Ireland. Gibraltar’s national team looked relaxed but focused yesterday as they started their final training session under the spotlight of visiting camera crews and media. Gibraltar’s head coach, Julio Ribas, was quick to point out the significance and importance

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  • Qualifying period for agency workers is slashed to 12 weeks

    Qualifying period for agency workers is slashed to 12 weeks0

    The qualifying period for agency workers has been reduced from 52 weeks to 12 weeks, in a move welcomed by the GSD and United the Union, both of which had campaigned for the measure. The move reverses regulations introduced in 2013 that changed the qualifying period and hiked it from 12 weeks to 52 weeks.

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  • Ban on balloons

    Ban on balloons0

    The Gibraltar Government has published Regulations to ban the deliberate release of gas-filled balloons. This is a measure that ratifies the voluntary decision taken some years ago not to release balloons on National Day, a move that gained great international acclaim. It will now be an offence to do so, and follows similar legislation in

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  • RAF Gibraltar’s STEM team visit

    RAF Gibraltar’s STEM team visit0

    Engineers from RAF Gibraltar engaged with local Year 2 students at St Paul’s First School to promote and inspire interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM). Students were given an exercise in which they had to design and build a fall arrest system which would potentially save the life of Squadron Leader Egbert Yoke,

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