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Thursday, June 29, 2017

RUNNING FOR MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS

Lauren Linares and her mum Jackie are pledging to run the Royal Parks Half Marathon in aid of the Multiple Sclerosis Society, to raise...

NATWEST AIMS TO RAISE £10,000 FOR CHARITY

The local branch of NatWestBank is setting a target of £10,000 that would be allocated to five chosen charities selected by employees of the...

NEW DEMENTIA DAY CENTRE OPENS DOORS TO PATENTS

The Bella Vista Dementia Day Centre opened its doors to patients last month in a new project that has seen Gibraltar Health Authority professionals...

COMMEMORATIVE BUILDING PLAQUES AT MONS CALPE MEWS

The Minister for Housing Samantha Sacramento MP recently unveiled commemorative plaques at each block at Mons Calpe Mews housing estate. This new residential development, which...

MULTI-FAITH LADIES’ NETWORKING NIGHT

Last night, the Ministry for Equality together with the Israel Chamber of Commerce hosted a multi-faith ladies' networking night. The aim of the evening was...

SOCIAL INSURANCE GOES UP

Following a review by the Gibraltar Government, contributions from both employers and employees have been increased for the first time in seven years as...

CYBER SUCCESS FOR BAYSIDE STUDENTS

Six Year 11 students from Bayside School have been successful in their applications to attend a CyberFirst Futures course run by the UK’s National...

UNUSUAL TV INTERVIEW FOR THE CHIEF MINISTER

For the first time, Year 6 pupils from Loreto School have interviewed the Chief Minister as part of the BBC’s School Report. As well...

‘STRESSED UNSTRESSED’ CURATIVE POETRY FOR LIT FEST

A free event on the management of stress and other mental health issues was conducted by one of the participating authors of the forthcoming...

GORHAM’S CAVE FEATURES IN NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE

A lengthy article on the Neanderthals was published by the New York Times Magazine online last month featuring Gorham’s Cave and Gibraltar. Writer Jon Mooallem...