• University seeks community feedback

    University seeks community feedback

    • March 7, 2016

    The University of Gibraltar is bringing together a number of groups, organisations and individuals to help identify the needs in the community in order to assess what it can offer the various industries and groups. One of the key advisory groups –  Tourism and Hospitality –  met recently and just last week a meeting of

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  • Governor visits RGP and patrols British waters

    Governor visits RGP and patrols British waters

    • March 5, 2016

    The Governor Lieutenant General Edward Davis visited the Royal Gibraltar Police yesterday as part of his ongoing series of familiarisation visits. On arrival at New Mole House Headquarters he met with the Commissioner of Police Eddie Yome introduced him to members of Recruit Class 01/16 (currently on their 7th week of training), their trainers and

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  • BHS cuts will not impact Gibraltar stores

    BHS cuts will not impact Gibraltar stores

    • March 5, 2016

    The local branch of BHS will escape the impact of restructuring at its parent group that will see more than 350 people made redundant in the UK. BHS said yesterday it may close dozens of stores in Britain in a step to revive its ailing business. The under-pressure retailer is cutting 150 staff from its

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  • Spain would raise Gibraltar ‘the day after Brexit’ – Margallo

    Spain would raise Gibraltar ‘the day after Brexit’ – Margallo

    • March 5, 2016

    Spain would seek talks on Gibraltar “the very next day” after a British withdrawal from the European Union, the country’s caretaker Foreign Minister, José Manuel García-Margallo, said yesterday. His comments were immediately highlighted by the Gibraltar Government, which said they illustrated the dangers of a Brexit for Gibraltar. The Spanish minister was speaking on a

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  • Govt marks out Rock’s first marine conservation zone

    Govt marks out Rock’s first marine conservation zone

    • March 4, 2016

    The Department of the Environment and Climate Change has recently used specially designed buoys to demarcate Gibraltar’s first no fishing and anchoring zone in the area known as Seven Sisters. The initiative forms part of the wider marine conservation programme being carried out by the Department following publication of the Marine Protection Regulations in 2014.

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  • Local officer polices St Helena

    Local officer polices St Helena

    • March 4, 2016

    RGP Police Sergeant Louis Baglietto is currently on a 5-week secondment to the St Helena Police Service, where he is assisting in accrediting the local Police and Customs Dog Sections to UK National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC) standards. His deployment came about following an invitation extended by St Helena’s Chief of Police, Trevor Botting, for

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