• GSD welcomes ‘idling’ measure for  vehicles

    GSD welcomes ‘idling’ measure for vehicles0

    The GSD has welcomed the initiative to encourage drivers not to idle their engines while waiting in queues in order to improve air quality in some areas. This follows the Government’s advice to motor vehicle owners to turn off their engines when stationary instead of letting them idle in a bid to reduce transport pollution.

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  • Police appeal for information on missing woman

    Police appeal for information on missing woman0

    The Royal Gibraltar Police is appealing for information regarding the whereabouts of an American national who has been a Gibraltar resident for a number of years. Donna Lee Hoyvik, 56, was conveyed from Gibraltar to a hospital in Malaga last week. Police said yesterday. The last recorded sighting of her was on May 17, when

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  • GHA one-step ahead of UK in enrolment training, says Govt

    GHA one-step ahead of UK in enrolment training, says Govt0

    Gibraltar is well ahead of the United Kingdom in providing leading edge training for health workers to enhance standards of clinical care, the Gibraltar Government has said. In a statement the Government highlighted the reintroduction of in-house Nurse Enrolment Training course by the School of Health Studies in 2013 which, it said, has created an

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  • Check Western Beach water quality before bathing, says Govt

    Check Western Beach water quality before bathing, says Govt0

    The Government is reminding the public to observe the bathing water quality notice board at Western Beach for the latest advice before getting into the water. This notice board will be prominently displayed at the official point of entry to the beach. The Bathing Water Quality will be displayed by a three coloured indicators. Green

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  • Govt sets out new ‘code of conduct’ for legal services

    Govt sets out new ‘code of conduct’ for legal services0

    As the Gibraltar Government carries out a review of the current system of regulation of legal services in Gibraltar, it will publish a revised draft Legal Services Bill in order that it may be taken before Parliament. Under the revised Bill, a new Code of Conduct for Legal Services professionals will need to be introduced

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  • Unite expresses ‘disappointment’ at Newcastle closure

    Unite expresses ‘disappointment’ at Newcastle closure0

    Unite the Union yesterday said it was “bitterly disappointed” by the announcement from Newcastle Building Society of the closure of the Branch which, it said, will affect a number of Unite members. In a statement, Unite said the decision by Newcastle Building Society has caught the union and the Community by surprise. Christian Duo, Unite

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