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Monday, December 17, 2018

MY BIG FAT GIBRALTARIAN WEDDING – A study of the phenomenon that...

Wedding season is in full swing in Gibraltar but it’s unlikely you needed reminding. If you didn’t get any invites, not to worry, you’ll...

THE LAST OF THE EXPLORERS – Colonel John Blashford-Snell

I’m sitting in my carefully selected seat at the Caleta Hotel overlooking the sea under an increasingly dusky sky, but I’m focused on my...

POWER  FOR GOOD – National Anti-Bullying Week

  words | Polly Lavarello The experience of growing up has dramatically changed from generation to generation. Cultural norms have shifted along with new family dynamics,...

FEMALE REVOLUTION – Girls in Tech Gibraltar is shifting the female...

Gibraltar’s reputation as a prospective technology hub is rapidly strengthening and the understanding that it presents a unique and high quality offering in the...

The Cephalopoda

  This month has seen a highly controversial paper by Edward Steele et al, released in the Journal of Progress in Biophysics and Molecular biology,...

MARINE NUISANCES – Red tides – the HABs and the HABs-not

Red tides are an actual phenomenon of biblical proportions. Referred to as harmful algal blooms (HABs) by the scientific community, they are caused by...

LONGING TO LEARN IN GHANA

  The last few weeks in Louise Barea’s life could be considered a case study in providence. Within three weeks of landing in Ghana, she...

CHRISTMAS  IN RETAIL – All aboard the gravy train

Food is a big part of Gibraltarian culture and it is during the festivities that families pull out all the stops to fabricate a...

A WOMAN’S WORK – Lorraine Van Kleef

  Our monthly spotlight on the women carving out their own spaces on the Rock, and how they did it. As the sun starts burning...

Love Is in the Hair

The reason being, you have to work on Saturday mornings, which I would imagine is why we don’t see too many local youngsters working...