• Gib hosts Commonwealth conference  in wake of global data revolution

    Gib hosts Commonwealth conference in wake of global data revolution

    • February 22, 2018

    Gibraltar needs to be at the ‘forefront’ of the global data revolution, Sir Joe Bossano said at the Commonwealth Telecommunications Conference yesterday. The two-day conference held at the University of Gibraltar is on ‘The Data Revolution, Maximising Opportunities and Managing Risks’ and comes to a close today. This is the first Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation conference

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  • New school designs open to public consultation

    New school designs open to public consultation

    • February 22, 2018

    Secondary teachers gave ‘positive’ feedback at an open consultation of the new schools project with the designs available for public viewing as from tomorrow, the Minister for Education Dr John Cortes announced yesterday. Dr Cortes was speaking at a press conference updating on the progress of the secondary schools development project in which he highlighted

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  • DPC approval of re-developments in Main Street and upper town

    DPC approval of re-developments in Main Street and upper town

    • February 22, 2018

    The redevelopment of 91 Main Street received unanimous approval at Tuesday’s meeting of the Development and Planning Commission. The project was originally deferred in November last year but gained approval based on the revised plans submitted to the Town Planner by the developer LB Alwani Ltd. The previous deferment was for three main reasons: the

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  • Gib at International Petroleum week

    Gib at International Petroleum week

    • February 21, 2018

    A delegation from the Gibraltar Port Authority, together with a large number of members of the port community, are in London for the International Petroleum (IP) Week and the International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA) Gala Dinner. This marks the start of International Petroleum (IP) Week, a renowned and highly respected event where leaders from the

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  • Devil’s Tongue project raises concerns as developer calls for deferment

    Devil’s Tongue project raises concerns as developer calls for deferment

    • February 21, 2018

    The outline planning permission for the Devil’s Tongue project on Queensway has been deferred following yesterday’s meeting of the Development and Planning Commission. The deferment was at the request of the developer Hepta Ltd wanting to carry out further work based on the feedback received. Two members from the project’s architects from 1508 London were

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  • Gib hosts first universities fair

    Gib hosts first universities fair

    • February 21, 2018

    Gibraltar’s first Universities Fair took place yesterday with eight UK institutions engaging with local students at the evening event. The University of Gibraltar hosted the first biennial event that was bustling with students and parents asking questions to the various university representatives. Universities from UK have in the past taken part in the Careers Fair

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