Lockdown in Calpe House

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By Susan Clifton-Tucker Under normal circumstances I would not be writing this lockdown account from Calpe House, in central London. I am here with my...

A Good Cause

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Gibraltar International Bank recently made a generous donation of £20,000 to Cancer Relief Gibraltar. How important is it to the bank to be involved...

No One Deserves To Be Forgotten

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A newborn social media group makes positivity its banner, and mutual support and encouragement its sole aim. It reaches out to Gibraltarians who feel...

Should I Go To The Doctor?

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With the winter season comes a cacophony of coughs, sniffles and sneezes. In an effort to reduce the bottleneck caused by the sheer volume...

No Funeral, Thanks.

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For almost a century, Cape Town’s leading firm of undertakers was Human & Pitt, a partnership established in the 1870s between a local Dutch...

Speech and Language Therapy

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BY THE GHA SPEECH AND LANGUAGE THERAPY TEAM The above are common experiences of children and young people with speech and language difficulties. Speech and...

Living With Me

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By Resham Khiani 36-year-old Gibraltarian Sarah Cumming has been suffering from this illness since she was diagnosed at 15 years old. Plagued by brain fog,...

The Gibraltar Young Minds Network

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By Dr Clare Jolly and Dr Gabriele Cammarata Children’s mental health and wellbeing is an integral part of their overall health. The Gibraltar Young Minds...

Hearing Loss: The Invisible Disability

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By Kristel Coombes There may be up to 5000 Gibraltarians that struggle to hear a conversation prior to the age of 60. However, as a...

Bosom Buddies

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BY ADRIANA AMOR During her speech, Sonia, member of the Bosom Buddies Cancer Trust, acknowledged how the creation of the calendar would have not been...