• The pace of development in Gibraltar

    The pace of development in Gibraltar0

    By Dr Keith Farrell, Vice Chairman of the Gibraltar Heritage Trust Gibraltar continues to be in the midst of a construction boom further enhanced recently by the proposed massive expansion of sporting facilities and the above ground multi-storey car park at Alameda Grand Parade. On the face of it, despite the physical disturbance to daily

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  • #ThinkingAllowed: Stop children bingeing on social media, or not?

    #ThinkingAllowed: Stop children bingeing on social media, or not?0

    Dear reader. I think I may need some extra help from you this week. It’s because in the debate of online v outdoors I’m still to make up my mind. Is it because I try to see and understand all points of view? Or is it because like many others I will agree with the

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  • #ThinkingAllowed: What we need is common sense in breastfeeding debate

    #ThinkingAllowed: What we need is common sense in breastfeeding debate0

    When a baby is hungry it means he/she needs to eat. It’s as simple as that. This is how we should be looking at the issue of breastfeeding in public. A mum looking after her child. A mum feeding her baby. Nothing more, nothing less. New laws are being introduced in Gibraltar to make it

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  • The GSD: Leadership and Future

    The GSD: Leadership and Future0

    By Robert Vasquez The resignation of Danny Feetham’s as leader of the GSD has led to speculation that ranges from those who forecast the doom of the GSD to those who debate the real issue, which is who will be its next leader. One mission of the next leader will be to ensure the continued

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  • Environment and transport, where does the priority lie?

    Environment and transport, where does the priority lie?0

    In My Opinion Trevor Hammond, MP GSD Opposition Little in the past eighteen months can serve better to highlight the total confusion between the Government’s Environment and Transport policies than the issuing on the same day of two press releases, the one suggesting that it will shortly be announcing the means by which it will

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  • ‘No reduction in spending will affect the provision of health services or high standard of care’

    ‘No reduction in spending will affect the provision of health services or high standard of care’0

    In My Opinion by Neil F Costa MP, Minister for Health, Care and Justice I would like to take the opportunity to reply to your article, published on the 19th July edition of your newspaper, under the headline “Government clamps down on ‘staggering’ GHA overspend”. It is certainly the case, that it is one of

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