• 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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  • Govt to ban smoking across all GHA and ERS sites

    Govt to ban smoking across all GHA and ERS sites0

    The Gibraltar Government will ban smoking across all Gibraltar Health Authority and Elderly Residential Services premises as from October. The ban will cover both indoor and outdoor areas, subject to very limited exemptions. Regulations published yesterday and supported by a new GHA smoking policy will come into force coinciding with ‘Stoptober’, the annual no-smoking campaign

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  • Local veteran joins younger generations for RAF 100 track event

    Local veteran joins younger generations for RAF 100 track event0

    As the Royal Air Force celebrates its 100th anniversary this year, RAF Gibraltar yesterday paid tribute to a 90-year old veteran who was born on the Rock and served here for five years. John Bautista joined Wing Commander John Kane, the Station Commander at RAF Gibraltar, local students and serving RAF personnel on a lap

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  • Commons hears motion on Bill for Gibraltar MP

    Commons hears motion on Bill for Gibraltar MP0

    There is a “very clear argument now” to allow the people of Gibraltar direct representation by having their own elected member of the House of Commons, a Tory MP said yesterday. In presenting his motion under the 10-minute rule, Craig Mackinlay insisted the proposal would not change the Rock’s “devo-max” constitutional settlement of 2006, nor

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  • GWA highlights Spanish workers’ pay dispute

    GWA highlights Spanish workers’ pay dispute0

    The Gibraltar Women’s Association has called for a tough stance on any situation where workers employed by companies from outside Gibraltar are not paid. The GWA was reacting after a group of Spanish workers demonstrated outside Ocean Spa Plaza last week over lack of payments. While that situation appears to have been resolved, the GWA

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