• Mascarenhas retires after 21 years at the Chronicle

    Mascarenhas retires after 21 years at the Chronicle

    • June 14, 2018

    Alice Mascarenhas, the Chronicle’s deputy Editor, retired yesterday after 21 years of service to the newspaper. Ms Mascarenhas, a prominent figure in local journalism throughout her professional career, joined the Chronicle as Features Editor after 20 years in broadcasting and theatre. She was instrumental in setting up the Chronicle’s feature section and played a central

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  • Gib cadets enjoy ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ London trip

    Gib cadets enjoy ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ London trip

    • June 14, 2018

    A group of four Cadets from the Gibraltar Cadet Force accompanied by an adult instructor were treated to a once in a lifetime events-filled weekend in London over the Queen’s Birthday bank Holiday weekend. The four Cadets were chosen by the adult volunteer instructors as a reward for their performance, attendance record, and behaviour over

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  • Cortes in London meetings

    Cortes in London meetings

    • June 14, 2018

    The Minister for Education and Environment, Dr John Cortes, represented the Government of Gibraltar in London at the Overseas Territories pre-Joint Ministerial Council meeting this week. The main purpose of the meeting was to discuss the agenda for the full JMC meeting at the end of the year. In addition, subjects such as the environment

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  • New date set for Bill calling for Commons MP for Gib

    New date set for Bill calling for Commons MP for Gib

    • June 14, 2018

    A Private Member’s Bill calling on the UK Government to give Gibraltar’s voters the opportunity to elect their own representative to the UK Parliament has been re-scheduled for debate in the House of Commons. The bill, tabled by Tory MP Craig Mackinlay, is set for debate on June 19, with the South Thanet MP scheduled

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  • Unite defends BCA action in face of ‘anti-democratic’ critics

    Unite defends BCA action in face of ‘anti-democratic’ critics

    • June 14, 2018

    Unite the Union has again defended the industrial action carried out by its members at the Borders and Coastguard Agency, accusing critics of adopting an “anti-democratic” position that ignored workers’ fundamental rights. Unite also said it had received support from Spanish unions UGT and CCOO after the action, was slammed by business organisations in Gibraltar

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  • Gib resolution in US Congress continues to garner support

    Gib resolution in US Congress continues to garner support

    • June 14, 2018

    A resolution tabled before the United States House of Representatives recognising the right of the people of Gibraltar to determine their own future now has 47 supporters, Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia announced to members of the Gibraltar-American Council in New York, who welcomed the news with applause. Congressman and long-time friend of Gibraltar,

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