The Falkland Islands flag is currently flying above No 6 Convent Place to commemorate the Falkland Islands’ Liberation Day. Gibraltar played a significant role in the British liberation of the Falkland Islands from Argentine invasion. Liberation Day, marked on 14th June each year, commemorates that historic event and pays respect to the 255 British Servicemen and 3 Falkland Islands civilian women who gave their lives in defence of freedom and democracy.
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The Cabinet has decided, on the advice of the Director of Public Health and the acting Medical Director of the Gibraltar Health Authority, that...
Women in Business once again played host to the IWD dinner on Thursday 8 th March, at the stunning Bistro Point restaurant located at the...
The Government welcomes the fact that the European Commission has today approved the umbrella measures taken in Gibraltar to support business and employment as...