• Castle lit up for World Autism Day

    Castle lit up for World Autism Day

    • April 2, 2016

    Today is World Autism Day and in support the Gibraltar Government will light up the Moorish Castle with the Autism Awareness Puzzle logo. The day is supported by the United Nations and highlights that children and adults who are affected by autism can lead full and meaningful lives. The Government is supporting World Autism Day

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  • Randall sets off for Jerusalem

    Randall sets off for Jerusalem

    • April 2, 2016

    Mark Randall set off on his 8,400km journey from Europa Point to Jerusalem ‘with butterflies in my tummy’ shortly after sunrise yesterday. He was accompanied on the first seven-hour leg to Los Barrios by a large group of supporters, family and friends. From there to Jerusalem, he will be on his own. Carrying just a

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  • Sacramento welcomes L’Austral on its maiden call

    Sacramento welcomes L’Austral on its maiden call

    • April 1, 2016

    L’Austral, a cruise ship operated by French company Compagnie du Ponant, made its inaugural call to Gibraltar yesterday. As is customary during inaugural cruise calls, Minister for Tourism Samantha Sacramento took part in a short welcome ceremony on board the vessel during which plaques were exchanged with the visiting captain. The Minister was accompanied by

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  • Europa FC marks 90th anniversary with ministers

    Europa FC marks 90th anniversary with ministers

    • April 1, 2016

    Europa Football Club celebrated 90 years by presenting copies of its book to Government Ministers Samantha Sacramento and Steven Linares. The book, “Ninety Years of Europa FC in Gibraltar” charts the history of the club from its origins and early successes of the 1920s to its disbanding and recent reformation. Copies were presented to Mr

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  • Mrs Davis attends first Girlguiding Gibraltar Council Meeting

    Mrs Davis attends first Girlguiding Gibraltar Council Meeting

    • April 1, 2016

    Governor’s wife Lorraine Davis, new president of Girlguiding Gibraltar, yesterday attended her first Council Meeting. Held at the Convent it was chaired by Commissioner Valerie Makey who recently received an extension to her post as the head of Girlguiding Gibraltar. At the meeting Mrs Davis, a former girlguide herself, delighted to form part of the

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  • Judge nudges legislators over company law oversight

    Judge nudges legislators over company law oversight

    • April 1, 2016

    A Supreme Court judge said the Gibraltar Parliament may need to address a ‘legislative oversight’ in company law which means companies struck off the local register prior to 2014 cannot be reinstated. The gap in legislation came to light when owners of Tasmania Investments, a company registered and struck off under the old 1930 Companies

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