• Gibraltar Port Authority joins IAPH

    Gibraltar Port Authority joins IAPH0

    The Gibraltar Port Authority has recently joined the International Association for Ports and Harbours (IAPH) a body that promotes the interest of ports worldwide. The IAPH foster strong member relationships, collaboration and information-sharing that help resolve common issues, advance sustainable practices and continually improve how ports serve the maritime industries. The IAPH comprises some 200

  • Picardo lashes back at GSD over ‘populism’ claims

    Picardo lashes back at GSD over ‘populism’ claims0

    The Chief Minister has hit back at the GSD over its statement on his support for the Unite the Union protest against compulsory redundancies in Interserve. The GSD had accused Fabian Picardo of populism for supporting the Interserve workers, contrasting that with the recent labour unrest at the GHA. But Mr Picardo said the GSD

  • No impact in Gib as Mothercare axes 50 UK stores

    No impact in Gib as Mothercare axes 50 UK stores0

    Mothercare is to swing the axe on 50 underperforming stores and re-hire the chief executive it sacked just weeks ago as part of a wide-ranging shake-up. The closures, which will result in hundreds of job losses, will be carried out through a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) – a move which allows companies to close loss-making

  • Unite welcomes Restsso pay review

    Unite welcomes Restsso pay review0

    Unite the Union has announced the Annual Wage Review 2018 in respects of its members at Restsso Trading Company Ltd. An agreement has been reached for all industrial and non-industrial staff of a 2% salary increase, effective from April 2018. In addition, a bonus scheme and an increase to annual leave entitlement have also been

  • Unite’s Christian Duo addresses workers at Interserve

    Unite’s Christian Duo addresses workers at Interserve0

    Unite cancels Interserve strike after agreeing ‘negotiated proposal’ Unite the Union has cancelled planned industrial action at Interserve after reaching a negotiated proposal with the company following constructive and positive discussions. The union had planned to start industrial action today following the walkout earlier this week in protest at news that Interserve was to cut

  • Cross-Frontier Group briefs political parties

    Cross-Frontier Group briefs political parties0

    The Cross Frontier Group has told both the GSD and the Liberal Party that no stone is being left unturned so that Gibraltar and the Campo de Gibraltar can continue enjoying good neighbourly relations post Brexit. The group held meetings with both political parties during which its president Lionel Chipolina delivered presentations on the CFG’s