• Lottoland launches ‘Youth Gaming’ awareness program

    Lottoland launches ‘Youth Gaming’ awareness program0

    Gibraltar-based Lottoland has launched an educational ‘youth gaming’ awareness programme in conjunction with the Department for Education, in a bid to help mitigate the risks posed by online gaming trends among young people today. According to Lottoland, its P.A.R.E.N.T initiative will support parents, educators and youth representatives across the board to educate, inspire and empower

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  • Public event will put focus on young people and mental health

    Public event will put focus on young people and mental health0

    The Gibraltar Mental Welfare Society will emphasise the need for both reflection and action locally as it marks World Mental Health Day on Wednesday. The Society has planned a walk commencing from the Piazza – where a number of groups will be raising awareness of mental health – down to No.6 Convent Place, where it

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  • Voice of Young People launches compact directory

    Voice of Young People launches compact directory0

    The Minister for Youth, Steven Linares, launched the ‘Directory of Services for Young People’ on behalf of the Voice of Young People, a specialist project ran by Gibraltar Youth Service whose aim is to develop and improve services for the youth in the community. The directory is a compact business card which opens out into

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  • Youth pilot project ‘The Zone’ opens next week

    Youth pilot project ‘The Zone’ opens next week0

    Gibraltar Youth Service is setting up a ‘new and exciting’ pilot project at the Youth Centre in Line Wall Road called “The Zone”. Initially “The Zone” will be open Tuesdays and Thursdays between 12.30pm – 4.30pm and Wednesdays from 12.30pm – 2.00pm. Students from Bayside and Westside Schools and the College of Further Education will

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  • Ministers tour Summer Sports programme with eye on future

    Ministers tour Summer Sports programme with eye on future0

    The Minister for Sport, Steven Linares, accompanied by Michelle Turner who runs the GSLA Summer Sports programme, last week showed Minister for Health Neil Costa around the different facilities on offer this summer for children. With the Stay and Play programme integrating with the normal training programme the Ministers were able to see at first

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  • Third in Africa

    Third in Africa0

    The Gibraltar Youth Choir placed third at the World Choir Games in the pop ensemble category. The Choir travelled to South Africa to compete and performed a medley of songs, having also secured the seventh spot in the Show Choir category. See feature on pages 12 and 13 of today’s print or e-edition

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