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816.1 2019

Interfaith Week at the Mayor’s Parlour – 816/2019

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  His Worship the Mayor celebrated Interfaith Week by inviting members of the different religious denominations in Gibraltar to attend a meeting held at the Mayor’s Parlour. Interfaith week commenced on Sunday 10th November and ended on Sunday 17th November. This was the first meeting held by our current Mayor…

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International Men’s Day – A Parent is a Parent; Mini...

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The Ministry of Equality is aware of the difficulty that parents can face in continuing a relationship with their child(ren) following a parental separation or divorce. The breakup of a family is in itself stressful and when there is alienation of the child(ren) by one parent to another the situation…

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Lord Patten Visits University of Gibraltar – 813/2019

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The Minister for Education, Gilbert Licudi, and the University’s Vice-Chancellor, Catherine Bachleda, welcomed Lord Patten to the University this past weekend. Lord Patten was in Gibraltar to participate in the Gibraltar Literary Festival.  He was interviewed by Nick Higham in an event delivered to a packed audience at the Convent…

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Parliament lift poised to proceed on western side – 81...

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The Government is poised to refurbish the Gibraltar Parliament and provide lift access to the building. This has come about following discussions with a philanthropic entity in Gibraltar that has expressed an interest in developing this as one of their projects. It will be recalled that the provision of a…

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Nearly 1000 queries at Brexit Office – 811/2019

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Nearly 1000 people have attended the Brexit Information Office in person with questions about the proposed departure of the United Kingdom and Gibraltar from the European Union. The Government had determined before the summer that the former offices of Lloyd’s Bank in Main Street, which were being refurbished for another…

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Parliament lift poised to proceed on western side – 81...

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The Government is poised to refurbish the Gibraltar Parliament and provide lift access to the building. This has come about following discussions with a philanthropic entity in Gibraltar that has expressed an interest in developing this as one of their projects. It will be recalled that the provision of a…

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Autumn Poetry Competition 2019 – 809/2019

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The annual Poetry Competition organised by the Gibraltar Cultural Services and the Gibraltar Chronicle, attracted a total of 149 entries. The Minister for Culture, the Hon Prof. Dr John Cortes, presented the awards on Wednesday 13th November 2019 at the Mario Finlayson Gallery, City Hall. Commenting on the competition The…

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806.1 2019

Alana Sacarello Receives 2nd Prize in the United Nations Uni...

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  Local student Alana Sacarello has received 2nd Prize (Silver Medal) in the United Nation UPU 2019 Letter Writing Competition.  Millions of young people all over the world, up to the age 15, have participated in this annual International Letter-Writing Competition for Young People since its launch in 1971. Each…

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805.1 2019

Hot Lunches in Schools Start This Week – 805/2019

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  The Government has this week started to fulfill its manifesto commitment to provide hot lunches in schools. Students at Westside school were yesterday the first to sample the dishes provided by Smart Kitchen, the company which won the Government contract for this purpose. Bayside students are able to enjoy…

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Winter Party in Town – 804/2019

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The Ministry of Culture in collaboration with the Ministry for Business and Tourism will once again be organising “Winter Party in Town’ on Saturday 23rd November. The event previously headlined by “Boney M” (Maizie Williams) in 2014, “Remember Queen Tribute” in 2016, ABBA GOLD and 90’s Superstar CORONA last year,…

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