• Govt tightens focus on employment

    Govt tightens focus on employment

    • June 1, 2016

    The Government of Gibraltar is clamping down on Approved Contractors who are not fulfilling their commitment to offer jobs to the registered unemployed. Approved contractors, as a condition of their contract to provide services to the Government, must recruit a certain number of suitable persons from the registered unemployed during the term of the contract.

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  • In Loving Memory steps up cemetery campaign

    In Loving Memory steps up cemetery campaign

    • June 1, 2016

    Campaigners calling for the Gibraltar Government to tackle the ‘inexcusable’ state of North Front Cemetery have written to Dr John Cortes, the Minister for the Environment, urging him to personally ensure the situation is tackled. The group In Loving Memory has turned down an invitation to meet the minister, adding that its aim is to

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  • Overseas Territories target online child porn

    Overseas Territories target online child porn

    • June 1, 2016

    Gibraltar today launches a dedicated Internet Watch Foundation [IWF] Reporting Portal that will allow web users to report images and videos of child sexual abuse safely and anonymously. The launch comes as part of an IWF initiative made possible through funding from the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office Cyber Security Capacity Building Programme. The portal

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  • GSD questions dementia delay

    GSD questions dementia delay

    • June 1, 2016

    The GSD has expressed concern that a firm date has not been committed to by the Minister for Health, Dr John Cortes, for the opening of the Dementia Day Care Centre and Residential Unit. Roy Clinton, with shadow responsibility for Public Finance, said in a statement yesterday that if Dr Cortes had attended the AGM

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  • Gibraltar’s ‘remarkable’ Neanderthal caves edge closer to World Heritage status

    Gibraltar’s ‘remarkable’ Neanderthal caves edge closer to World Heritage status

    • June 1, 2016

    Gibraltar is one step closer to achieving World Heritage status for its ‘Neanderthal Caves and Environments’. The International Council on Monuments and Sites [ICOMOS], the official advisory body of the World Heritage Committee for the Implementation of the World Heritage Convention of UNESCO, is recommending that the ‘Gibraltar Neanderthal Caves and Environments’ be inscribed on

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  • Free GMF tickets for ‘12 and under’

    Free GMF tickets for ‘12 and under’

    • May 31, 2016

    The Ministry of Culture has confirmed that children aged 12 and under will again be allowed free entry into the Gibraltar Music Festival on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4 September. Every child, as in previous years, must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Children’s free tickets can now be collected from the Ministry

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