• 2018 Cavalcade: ‘One of the best in its history’

    2018 Cavalcade: ‘One of the best in its history’

    • January 9, 2018

    Chairman of the Gibraltar Cavalcade committee, Eric Abudharam, has said that Gibraltar witnessed “one of the best” Three King’s Cavalcade in its history last Friday night. Speaking at the traditional awards ceremony held on Saturday night at Boyd’s at the King’s Bastion, Mr Adudharam, told all those present that this had been witnessed both in

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  • ‘The Winds of Change’ commemorates 1967 Referendum

    ‘The Winds of Change’ commemorates 1967 Referendum

    • January 8, 2018

    A new play commemorating the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Referendum will open later this month at the John Mackintosh Hall. A White Light Company production the play ‘The Winds of Change’ will be staged on Thursday 18, Friday 19 and Saturday 20. The play is transpires in the decade leading up to the 1967

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  • Three King’s Cavalcade tradition triumphs through community support

    Three King’s Cavalcade tradition triumphs through community support

    • January 6, 2018

    The Three Kings Cavalcade celebrated its 61st anniversary yesterday with Gib Dock scooping the top prize in the Senior category. The threat of rain did not dampen spirits and crowds gathered to witness the impressive annual event. In previous years organisers have struggled to attract interest, but this year the community stepped up to the

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  • GibTalks announces full line-up

    GibTalks announces full line-up

    • January 4, 2018

    Sir Joe Bossano will be leading this year’s GibTalks in February. He is one of the main speakers together with Leader of the Opposition Elliott Phillips and the Mayor and former Miss World Kaiane Aldorino Lopez together with a whole cross-section of speakers representing our community. Gibraltar Cultural Services is again working alongside playwright, actor,

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  • Sir David Attenborough on retirement: I dread not working

    Sir David Attenborough on retirement: I dread not working

    • January 3, 2018

    Sir David Attenborough has said he may stop working when he “can’t walk up and down steps any more”, but that he is fine at the moment. The 91-year-old broadcaster and naturalist has also said the thought of not working fills him with “dread”. Sir David revealed that, in his new documentary, he was asked

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  • Unique publication

    Unique publication

    • January 3, 2018

    The Gibraltar-Israel Chamber of Commerce recently presented the Mayor of Gibraltar, Kaiane Aldorino Lopez, with the Chamber’s 3rd Annual publication on Gibraltar, featuring an article by the Mayor. This unique publication, written in both English and Hebrew, highlights the different economic sectors of the Rock, as well as Gibraltar’s distinct cultural, history and environment and

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  • Boxing Day dive for 12 year old diver as he tries out Christmas present

    Boxing Day dive for 12 year old diver as he tries out Christmas present

    • December 29, 2017

    By Alice Mascarenhas and agencies 12 year old Ethan Balban was up early on Boxing Day keen to try out his cherished Christmas present. To his surprise on Christmas morning Santa had delivered some new diving equipment. Excited at the thought the 12 year old tore away at the paper opening his main gift because

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  • Over £2,300 for Calpe House

    Over £2,300 for Calpe House

    • December 22, 2017

    Gibtelecom’s CEO Tim Bristow and Adrian Ochello, Head of Marketing and Business Development, presented a cheque for £2,394 to the Calpe House Trust this week. The funds were raised from employee payroll contributions over the past 18 months. Gibtelecom also supports the Calpe House through making an annual donation of £10,000 for the three years

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  • ‘Superb and dedicated’ officer retires after three decades of service

    ‘Superb and dedicated’ officer retires after three decades of service

    • December 22, 2017

    A ‘superb and dedicated’ officer has retired from the Gibraltar Defence Police after 31 years of service to the Ministry of Defence, urging youngsters to consider “a challenging and rewarding” career in policing. PC Steven Vinent joined the force in 1986 where he started his career in the RAF division before moving to the operational

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  • Local students and charities recognised by Kusuma

    Local students and charities recognised by Kusuma

    • December 21, 2017

    The Kusuma Award Ceremony yesterday recognised students and charities for their excellence and hard work, at a presentation held at Isolas law firm. Partner at Isolas, Joey Garcia, presented the certificates on behalf of the Kusuma Trust Gibraltar. This year three students were awarded the ‘Excellence Prize’, Ryan Robba, Rachel Perera and James Linares. The

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  • Official opening of the new Lionel Perez Cardiac Rehabilitation Centre

    Official opening of the new Lionel Perez Cardiac Rehabilitation Centre

    • December 21, 2017

    Minister for Health Neil Costa officially opened the Lionel Perez Cardiac Rehabilitation Centre at St Bernard’s Hospital yesterday together with Mr Perez’s daughter Suyenne Catania. The centre has been named in honour of the late Mr Perez in recognition of his voluntary services. Mr Costa described the late Mr Perez as a leader in Gibraltar

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  • New poetry book ‘Mind Me’ supports Gib Sams and Gib Mental Welfare Society

    New poetry book ‘Mind Me’ supports Gib Sams and Gib Mental Welfare Society

    • December 20, 2017

    A charitable book focusing on mental health, called ‘Mind me, please’ was launched earlier this week at the Fine Arts Gallery. The book edited by Christian Rocca, features a collection of poetry and writings on the subject of mental health. It includes contributions from many well known people in our community including Humbert Hernandez, Giles

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