• Long service and good conduct for Defence Fire officers

    Long service and good conduct for Defence Fire officers

    • May 19, 2016

    The Commander British Forces, Commodore Ian McGhie presented seven former Defence Fire and Rescue Service (DFRS) officers with Long Service and Good Conduct (LS & GC) Medals. Receiving their medals y were Deputy Senior Fire Officer Adrian Hernandez, Station Officer Clive Gillingwater, Station Officer Steve Morgan, Sub Officer Gavin Cockburn, Leading Fire Fighter Jarvis Davis,

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  • Argus Insurance supports Research Into Childhood Cancer

    Argus Insurance supports Research Into Childhood Cancer

    • May 19, 2016

    Argus Insurance is again supporting charity work on the Rock and has made a £2,500 donation to Research Into Childhood Cancer (RICC). The charity which aims are to contribute to the development of a cure for childhood cancer and to ensure the treatment administered is less invasive to the child is one of Argus Insurance

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  • CAB and other agencies offer ‘stay safe’  advice for the elderly

    CAB and other agencies offer ‘stay safe’ advice for the elderly

    • May 19, 2016

    Gibraltar Citizens Advice Bureau was yesterday joined by other local agencies to launch the ‘Staying safe with Advice’ campaign primarily aimed at the elderly. CAB launched a wallet sized card with a list of contacts and emergency numbers together with representatives from the RGP, City Fire Brigade, HM Customs, GHA, Environmental Agency, Aquagib and other

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  • GSD insists on transparency as ISOLAS and Fiduciary wade into row

    GSD insists on transparency as ISOLAS and Fiduciary wade into row

    • May 19, 2016

    Local law firm ISOLAS, together with the Fiduciary Group of Companies, yesterday waded into the political storm over Albert Isola’s link to a Bahamian company. In a statement issued by Marcus Killick, the Chief Executive Officer of ISOLAS, and David MacGregor, the Chief Executive Officer of Fiduciary, the companies sought to protect themselves from any

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  • Gibraltar vote ‘could swing EU referendum’

    Gibraltar vote ‘could swing EU referendum’

    • May 19, 2016

    If recent UK polls are anything to go by Gibraltar’s 23,000 voters might be the ones to swing the vote to remain in the European Union, Chief Minister Fabian Picardo has said. The EU ‘club’ works for Gibraltar, Mr Picardo wrote in an opinion piece for London newspaper City AM, adding: “Why on earth would

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  • Arrests expose scale of La Línea drug trade

    Arrests expose scale of La Línea drug trade

    • May 19, 2016

    Spanish police seized nearly five tonnes of cannabis resin in a series of raids carried out in La Línea in recent days. Two residents of La Línea, a 39 and 37 year old, were arrested and five stolen vehicles were recovered during the raids. The latest raids bring the total amount of cannabis resin seized

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