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HM Customs Seize 650 Cartons Of Cigarettes In A Vehicle R...

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HM Customs Enforcement and Marine Units seized one vehicle with 650 cartons of cigarettes.  The incident took place in the early hours of Thursday morning. At approximately 0210hrs HM Customs Marine Unit reported tobacco activity involving a small boat and a vehicle in the area of Western Beach. Customs vehicles…

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HM Customs Seize 418 Kilos of Cannabis Resin At Sea – ...

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HM Customs Marine Unit have recovered 13 bales of cannabis resin from the sea with the assistance of the Gibraltar Defence Police and the Department of the Environment, Sustainability, Climate Change and Heritage. The incident took place on Wednesday morning at approximately 0930hrs. Information was received that a suspect rigid…

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Government tackles seasonal demand for bus services as it ar...

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Further to announcements made earlier this week, the Minister for Transport, the Hon Vijay Daryanani, has today confirmed that, as of Monday 14th September at 08.15 hours, Government will be providing a significantly increased school bus service to meet the demand that has arisen on the reopening of the schools…

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Chief Minister Speaks to First Minister of Wales – 616...

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The Chief Minister, Fabian Picardo, has spoken this morning to the First Minister of Wales, Mark Drakeford, who has extended his best wishes to the People of Gibraltar on National Day. The First Minister understands the particular importance to Gibraltar of this year’s National Day with Brexit coming to a…

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Gibraltar Sustainability Awards: Finalists Announced –...

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The Finalists for the Gibraltar Sustainability Awards have been announced. The Awards are informed by the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and celebrate local and regional best practice.   ENGAGEMENT FOR SUSTAINABILITY (COMMUNITY)   Action on Poverty                      Ending Relative Poverty    Sustainable Gibraltar               TrafficFreeTuesdays and Sustainable Living  …

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His Excellency the Governor visits the Ministry for Sport an...

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His Excellency the Governor, Vice Admiral Sir David Steele KBE DL, recently visited both the Ministry for Sport and the Bayside Sports Complex as he continues his familiarisation programme. HE was greeted by the Minister for Sport, the Hon. Steven Linares and was also introduced to Ministry staff before meeting…

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National Day at Gibraltar’s Public Beaches – 613/202...

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Due to the recent increase in COVID-19 cases in Gibraltar and the surrounding area, Government advice in relation to use of the beaches on National Day remains as previously given. In line with Public Health advice, beach users will not be permitted to set up beach furniture, equipment or related…

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COVID-19 Information for People Who Have Tested Positive ...

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Her Majesty’s Government of Gibraltar has published more information for people who have tested positive for COVID-19 upon the recommendations of Public Health Gibraltar. The guidance notes contain information about symptoms, self-isolation as well as special instructions for the persons affected. A copy of the document can be found here.

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Commencement of Allocation of Properties at Bob Peliza Mews ...

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Gibraltar Residential Properties Limited (“GRP”) and the Housing Department have been working hard over the summer months processing all of the applications received from persons interested in purchasing flats in Bob Peliza Mews or Chatham Views. This has been a lengthy and arduous process, as all information provided by applicants…

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Students in Self-Isolation Learn Online – 610/2020

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Following their self-isolation as a result of a positive COVID-19 case within the school, students at St Bernard’s Lower Primary were able to access online learning with immediate effect this morning. The relevant details on how to access the platform were emailed to individual households this morning, and parents were…

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