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Christmas and New Years Events 2020 – 648/2020

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  The Ministry of Culture has announced that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and in keeping with Public Health guidelines in relation to large gatherings, the Christmas Festival of Lights, the Christmas Attractions at John Mackintosh Square and the New Year’s Celebrations at Casemates will not be held this year…

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A second positive case of COVID-19 has been identified withi...

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A second positive case of COVID-19 has been identified within Westside School   The Contact Tracing team have been liaising with school staff and the Department of Education. The Contact Tracing Bureau has been in contact with relevant staff members and students and interviewed them in order to ascertain which…

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Minister shows support for World Alzheimer’s Day – 6...

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Minister for Health and Care, the Hon Samantha Sacramento, has marked World Alzheimer’s Day by joining residents of Mount Alvernia for their ‘Memory Laps’ followed for a cup of tea and chat in keeping with this year’s theme ‘Let’s Talk about Dementia.’ In previous years, some of the residents have…

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Disability, Equality and Customer Care Training delivered as...

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The Royal Gibraltar Police has included Disability Equality and Customer Care Training in its current training programme for all RGP officers. This training highlights the many barriers faced by people with physical and learning disabilities. Training is being arranged in such a way that it is delivered in contained groups…

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Chief Minister Sends Condolences to Spanish Foreign Minister...

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The Chief Minister, the Hon. Fabian Picardo QC MP, has sent his personal condolences and those of Her Majesty’s Government of Gibraltar to Spanish Foreign Minister Arancha Gonzalez Laya on the sudden death of Spanish diplomat Antonio Garcia Ferrer. In his letter, Mr Picardo, refers to Mr Garcia Ferrer’s efforts…

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Opposition misrepresents the position in Withdrawal Agreemen...

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The Government welcomes that the Opposition agrees with the Government that we need a positive agreement on a future relationship with the EU and one that protects our sovereignty, jurisdiction and control. This is precisely what the Government has been tirelessly working on for a very long time now, particularly…

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Cross Frontier worker dies from COVID-19 – 639/2020

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The Government very much regrets to inform the public that a female cross frontier worker in her 40s has died from COVID-19. The person in question was diagnosed and died in Spain where she was a resident. The Government has become aware of this death through persons who know the deceased. It…

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Call for a UNECE Youth Delegate – 638/2020

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The Office of the Commissioner for Sustainable Development and Future Generations is looking for a young person, aged between 18-26 years, who can represent the UK and Gibraltar at a Steering Committee convened by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). The UNECE is one of the five regional…

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Prime Minister reiterates his support for Gibraltar – ...

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The Prime Minister Boris Johnson has pledged his full support to Gibraltar and its people whatever happens in a telephone conversation with the Chief Minister Fabian Picardo this afternoon. The Chief Minister and the Prime Minister discussed and reviewed the latest positions in the ongoing negotiations for the future relationship…

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