• Local charity funds education project in Ghana

    Local charity funds education project in Ghana0

    GHA staff nurse Louise Barea has embarked on an extension of her HelpmelearnAfrica project, which has already seen some success in the creation of a school in a remote region of Ghana. The local volunteer worker will be restarting with her fundraising events as from today, having arrived back in Gibraltar last week. She aims

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  • Student nurses raise over £10,000 for Gibraltar Cardiac Association

    Student nurses raise over £10,000 for Gibraltar Cardiac Association0

    A group of 12 student nurses have raised over £10,000 through a charity ‘Walk the Beat’ challenge for the Gibraltar Cardiac Association. The student nurses from the GHA’s School of Health Studies took part in a 24 hour walk last September. The students, together with registered participants, took turns to walk around the Victoria Stadium’s

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  • Landmark moment as Gibraltar generates LNG-fuelled power

    Landmark moment as Gibraltar generates LNG-fuelled power0

    Gibraltar has produced its first electricity using liquefied natural gas. The Gibraltar Electricity Authority generated 5 megawatts of power at its new North Mole plant this morning. In a tweet, Dr John Cortes, the Minister for the Environment, described it as “a historic moment” and said it represented Gibraltar’s “cleanest ever” electricity. Historic moment as

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  • New St Martin’s School plans signed off

    New St Martin’s School plans signed off0

    The finalised plans for the new St Martin’s School were approved and signed off this week at the Department of Education. The plans, which now include detailed layouts, are for a school that will cater for all the needs of the students, with a range of facilities to include a hydrotherapy pool, large playing area,

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  • Gibraltar – Morocco Yacht Rally Returns After Two Year Absence.

    Gibraltar – Morocco Yacht Rally Returns After Two Year Absence.0

    The August Bank Holiday Weekend August 23-26 will see the return of the much loved “most sociable yacht rally in the world”. After years of using Marina Smir on Morocco’s Mediterranean coast the large number of boats arriving together, up to 50, and management issues at Marina Smir made that destination unfeasible. However, six months

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  • New St Martin’s School Plans Approved

    New St Martin’s School Plans Approved0

    The finalised plans for the new St Martin’s School were approved and signed off this week at the Department of Education. The plans, which now include detailed layouts, are for a school that will cater for all the needs of the students, with a range of facilities to include a hydrotherapy pool, large playing area,

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