• ESG concerned about sewage plant ‘slow down’

    ESG concerned about sewage plant ‘slow down’0

    Environmental Safety Group members have expressed concern about the ‘apparent slow-down’ in the progress made by Government regarding the Sewage Treatment Plant. After awarding the tender in 2015 there have been no further signs that this project is getting underway, the ESG said in a statement. The group said it will be taking this up

  • ESG cautious on Junta’s Campo emissions action0

    The Environmental Safety Group has claimed that reports regarding the Junta appearing to take action on Campo emission levels carry a mixed message. The reports tacitly acknowledge that pollution levels, as directed by the World Health Organisation, are higher than advisable in the Campo area – this despite claiming levels are legal and that mortality

  • EU Commission on mission to Gibraltar

    EU Commission on mission to Gibraltar0

    A mission from the European Commission will be visiting Gibraltar from 23 – 25 March, 2017. According to the Gibraltar Government the aim is to see first-hand how EU Structural Funds have aided the Rock and meet with those who work with or have benefitted from the same. The delegation will consist of Nicolas Gibert-Morin

  • Childline open evening for volunteers

    Childline open evening for volunteers0

    Childline Gibraltar will be holding an Open Evening for all who are interested in becoming volunteers of the charity on Wednesday, March 29. The Charity explained that this is a valuable opportunity for everyone to hear firsthand the various services that the charity has to offer including helpline, Appropriate Adult, fundraising and corporate social responsibility

  • UK medical students complete ‘elective placements’ in Gibraltar

    UK medical students complete ‘elective placements’ in Gibraltar0

    Two students from Edge Hill’s Faculty of Health and Social Care in UK have just completed an elective placement at St Bernard’s Hospital. According to the GHA the placements have provided them with a great insight into the medical world. Third year Operating Department Practice students, Grace Axford-Hawkes and Megan Hughes, chose to come to

  • New Court of Appeal judges appointed

    New Court of Appeal judges appointed0

    Sir John Goldring and Sir Martin Moore-Bick were yesterday formally appointed as Judges of the Court of Appeal by the Governor, Lieutenant General Edward Davis. The appointments were made on the advice of the Judicial Service Commission and after consultation with the Minister for Justice, Neil Costa. Sir John is a former member of the