Immediately after his arrival in Brussels on Wednesday morning, the Chief Minister addressed a think tank comprising politicians, EU officials,…Read More
‘Neither in 4 years or in 4,000 or any other longer time, the Spanish flag will never fly over Gibraltar.…Read More
The Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia has told delegates at the Liberal Democrat party conference in Brighton that the…Read More
The Deputy Chief Minister, Dr Joseph Garcia, this morning told the plenary session of the UK Liberal Democrats meeting in…Read More
The Gibraltar Philatelic Bureau will be issuing a limited edition commemorative First Day Cover set of stamps as part of the 2016 edition of the Gibunco Gibraltar International Literary Festival. The stamps, a thousand in total, will be individually numbered and feature an old print of the Gibraltar Garrison Library and garden facing Town Range.
Next week is Fostering and Adoption Awareness Week. The Social Services Department of the Care Agency have organised a series of informational events and workshops, which will take place throughout the week, in order to raise awareness of fostering and adoption in Gibraltar, and to provide information and support to anyone interested in taking the next steps in the fostering and adoption process.
Government have today announced that the Employment Tribunal reforms will be effective as from today. The new Employment Tribunal will operate through separate sets of rules regulating its constitution and procedure.
This month’s Gibraltar Gibunco International Literary Festival will incorporate the third edition of the increasingly popular Schools Festival, where eight of the speakers taking part will be delivering talks to school children over the duration of the four day programme.
The Gibraltar Museum has won the Festival Award at the recent Twickenham Alive Film Festival 2016 with a short film showcasing the Gorham’s Cave Complex UNESCO World Heritage Site.