• Govt takes action on Spanish painkiller after GBC report

    Govt takes action on Spanish painkiller after GBC report

    • August 10, 2018

    The Gibraltar Government has alerted both the Royal Gibraltar Police and HM Customs to a number of local pharmacies selling a potentially dangerous Spanish painkiller Nolotil over the counter. The move follows a report on GBC which found that the drug, although available legally in Spain, has not been licensed for use in a number

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  • Exams overhaul leaves students stressed and anxious, union warns

    Exams overhaul leaves students stressed and anxious, union warns

    • August 10, 2018

    An overhaul of A-levels and GCSEs has had a major effect on students’ mental health, according to a poll by the UK’s National Education Union. The news prompted local teachers union, Gibraltar NASUWT, to call on the Department for Education to carry out a similar study locally and determine how students here are affected by

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  • Street art to inspire

    Street art to inspire

    • August 9, 2018

    By Nathan Barcio A local graphic designer who won a competition to paint a mural on Cooperage Lane hopes young people will be inspired by the project, which also seeks to change negative perceptions about large-scale street art. Gerry Martinez is currently working on two murals in Cooperage Lane, located on the walls of the

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  • Chefs announced for literary festival dinners

    Chefs announced for literary festival dinners

    • August 9, 2018

    TV chef Matt Tebutt and food writer Diana Henry will be serving up their fare at the opening and closing dinners at the Gibunco Gibraltar International Literary Festival. Mr Tebutt, of BBC’s Saturday Kitchen, and his team will prepare the opening dinner’s meal at the Caleta Hotel. He has written two cookbooks, Matt Tebbutt Cooks

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  • Govt highlights Rock’s accessible beaches

    Govt highlights Rock’s accessible beaches

    • August 9, 2018

    The Department of Equity are reminding the public that the Rock’s beaches are accessible to people with disabilities. In the past six years it has been adding features to the beach accessibility program and this year it provided disability awareness training to all beach personnel. The facilities ensure people who were physically unable to enjoy

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  • New infrastructure signals economic opportunity for local sport

    New infrastructure signals economic opportunity for local sport

    • August 9, 2018

    The new modern sports complex at Europa Point aims to be environmentally sustainable and seeks to provide the foundation blocks for a sports industry in Gibraltar, Steven Linares, the Minister for Sports, said yesterday. Mr Linares was speaking to reporters during a visit to the site, which he said was also incorporating heritage elements that

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