• Youth  Clubs head to Spain for day out

    Youth Clubs head to Spain for day out

    • March 8, 2017

    Members of all four local Youth Clubs accompanied by their Youth Workers were treated to a fun packed day out recently in nearby Spain. The participants spent the morning at a popular trampoline park where they were able to test their gymnastic abilities and release some energy in a positive manner. This was followed by

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  • Stylos win all group sections and three top awards at GIDF 2017

    Stylos win all group sections and three top awards at GIDF 2017

    • March 7, 2017

    13 year old Italian dancer Marek Pisanu from Danza Damaris was the overall winner in the 15th edition of the Gibraltar National Dance Festival. The young dancer performed his solo piece in the gala night of the festival on Saturday at the John Mackintosh Hall Theatre where he obtained top marks winning the main prize

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  • Over £31,000 for Cancer Relief charity

    Over £31,000 for Cancer Relief charity

    • March 7, 2017

    Cancer Relief Gibraltar has received over £31,000 from Morrisons. Since 2013 Cancer Relief has been one of Morrisons chosen local charities. The money was raised from a variety of events and in store initiatives held throughout the year. Yesterday the charity received a grand total of £31,200. £15,000 of the monies raised was from the

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  • First contestant for 2017 Miss Gibraltar pageant

    First contestant for 2017 Miss Gibraltar pageant

    • March 7, 2017

    Emma Buttigieg is the first contestant to sign on for the Miss Gibraltar 2017 pageant. Recruitment for the pageant began three weeks ago and organisers are searching for more ladies aged between 17 and 25. 21 year old Emma posed for photographs yesterday and walked the runway at the Gibraltar Exhibitions of Modern Art Gallery

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  • Nearly £4,000 for Cancer Relief Pancake Day

    Nearly £4,000 for Cancer Relief Pancake Day

    • March 4, 2017

    Cancer Relief Pancake Day has so far collected £3,729. This year for the first time, in addition to all the restaurants, businesses, groups and families who participated, the charity held its own event at Grand Battery House thanks to the generosity of the Royal Gibraltar Regiment. This was the fourth year the charity raised funds

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  • Med Step challenge for Miss Gibraltar 2016

    Med Step challenge for Miss Gibraltar 2016

    • March 3, 2017

    Miss Gibraltar 2016 Kayley Mifsud has challenged herself to climb the Med Steps 10 times in a bid to raise £4,000 for the Calpe House Trust. Kayley is following in the footsteps of personal trainer Paul MacGregor who completed the challenge earlier this year. Paul has already begun coaching her and has prepared a training

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  • Skyping with the author

    Skyping with the author

    • March 3, 2017

    At Notre Dame School they organised a special Skype link with UK where the children were able to speak to a children’s author Michael Wayne Rosen. He interacted with the children and they were able to ask questions. Mr Rosen is an English children’s novelist and poet, the author of 140 books. His books include

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  • Duchess of Cambridge tells Gibraltarian family having a baby is ‘life-changing’

    Duchess of Cambridge tells Gibraltarian family having a baby is ‘life-changing’

    • March 2, 2017

    by Alice Mascarenhas and Catherine Wyatt Having a baby is a “life-changing moment”, the Duchess of Cambridge has told a Gibraltarian family of a sick child. Kate was visiting the new Ronald McDonald Evelina House in London yesterday, a purpose built “home away from home”, which accommodates the families of children being treated in hospital.

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  • Craig David, Midge Ure, Bananarama and Village People all sign up for MTV Gibraltar Calling

    Craig David, Midge Ure, Bananarama and Village People all sign up for MTV Gibraltar Calling

    • March 1, 2017

    Craig David, Clean Bandit and Steve Aoki will be among the top acts at the MTV Gibraltar Calling festival in September. Formerly known as the Gibraltar Music Festival these acts will be performing on the Main Stage across the weekend, whilst Bananarama, Midge Ure and Village People will form part of the line up on

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  • TOSSING AND TURNING

    TOSSING AND TURNING

    • March 1, 2017

    Grand Battery House was a hive of activity yesterday as close to 300 people joined in the pancake event organised by Cancer Relief. Pancake Day was a great success with more than £2,000 raised for the charity and a total of 282 pancakes tossed and turned by the chefs from the Royal Gibraltar Regiment Kevin

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  • Young artist Vincent winner of Young Artists 2017 competition

    Young artist Vincent winner of Young Artists 2017 competition

    • February 28, 2017

    Shannen Vincent has won this year’s 1st prize – the Ministry of Culture Prize of £1000 – at this year’s Art Competition for Young Artists. The winners were announced last night at the opening of this year’s prize giving ceremony where the prizes were presented by Culture Minister Steven Linares. 36 young artists submitted a

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  • Makey to step down as Girl Guiding Commissioner in May

    Makey to step down as Girl Guiding Commissioner in May

    • February 28, 2017

    Girl Guiding Commissioner Valerie Makey is stepping down in May after six years in post and having reached the end of her tenure. With tributes by both the Governor, Chief Scout of Gibraltar, Lt. Gen. Edward Davis and Commissioner of the Scouts Mark Rodriguez, Mrs Makey made the announcement herself to a round of applause

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