• Over 100 people walk for ‘Triple A’

    Over 100 people walk for ‘Triple A’

    • April 23, 2019

    The ‘Triple A’ walk in aid of autism awareness saw over 100 people join in the event. The walk organised by Triple A – Awesome Autism Awareness – was followed by a fun day with live entertainment and activities for all the family. The Minister for Health Neil Costa attended tha event as well as

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  • GTB announces Gibraltar 2020 scheme

    GTB announces Gibraltar 2020 scheme

    • April 23, 2019

    The Gibraltar Tourist Board has launched its biggest trade initiative in over a decade. Calling the scheme ‘Gibraltar 2020’ and working together in the UK with its tour operator and airline partners and in Gibraltar with hoteliers, ground agents and tourist attractions, the Tourist Board will be running monthly familiarisation trips with the aim of

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  • Marathons keep getting faster for local runner

    Marathons keep getting faster for local runner

    • April 23, 2019

    He may be nearly 63 years old but age did not stop Ernest Gracia from smashing a personal record as he completed his fifth marathon with a time of three hours and 50 minutes. Earlier this month, Mr Gracia landed in Manchester ready to take on the second biggest marathon in the UK, running a

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  • Prominent FoG member dies after Catalan Bay sea rescue

    Prominent FoG member dies after Catalan Bay sea rescue

    • April 18, 2019

    A prominent member of the Friends of Gibraltar Society died in St Bernard’s hospital yesterday after he was rescued from the sea in Catalan Bay. The Royal Gibraltar Police confirmed the death of 64-year old British national Arthur Timothy Lawson-Cruttenden. The RGP believes he got into difficulties when he went body surfing and had to

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  • Bullying is top concern for young people, survey finds

    Bullying is top concern for young people, survey finds

    • April 18, 2019

    Bullying is the biggest concern among young people in Gibraltar, a questionnaire launched by the Voice of Young People group has found. More than 1,300 young people completed the questionnaire which set out to identify the main issues affecting young people today. Following which, personnel from the group met with Government Ministers Steven Linares and

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  • May Day tensions put Unite and Govt at loggerheads over rally

    May Day tensions put Unite and Govt at loggerheads over rally

    • April 18, 2019

    The Chief Minister, Fabian Picardo, will not deliver an address at the traditional May Day union rally this year at the request of Unite the Union members. Unite responded to the call from its activists and ruled out any political presence on stage during the rally. But as a result, the union has found itself

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