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Chief Minister Writes to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon R...

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The Chief Minister has sent his condolences to Scotland’s First Minister, Nicola Surgeon, on behalf of Her Majesty’s Government of Gibraltar and the People of Gibraltar following yesterday’s Aberdeenshire rail crash. The Chief Minister, Fabian Picardo, said: “Our thoughts are with the families and friends of those who sadly lost…

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Cultural Awards – Nominees Announced – 535/2020

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Gibraltar Cultural Services, on behalf of the Ministry of Culture, is pleased to announce the nominees for the 2020 Cultural Awards. The Awards are aimed at celebrating the best of Gibraltar’s arts and culture. These awards will recognise cultural potential, ability, talent and achievement supporting the community’s cultural development.  The…

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A Level Results Day – 534/2020

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Students received their A-Level results today at the Gibraltar College, Westside and Bayside schools. For the first time, these results were issued electronically by the schools. Despite the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, the examination results at the three Government institutions who deliver A-Level/Level 3 courses remain comparable to…

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Ministry of Equality Donates Face Masks with Transparent Cov...

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Left to right – Sabina Guillem (Ministry of Equality), Jason Belilo (Ministry of Equality), Jackie Dalli (GHITA), Maite Facio-Beanland (GHITA).   During the course of the pandemic, the Ministry of Equality collaborated with the Office of Civil Contingencies and procured face masks with transparent coverings in order to support the…

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Government Response to NASUWT Statement – 531/2020

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The Government notes the statement by NASUWT about arrangements for the reopening of schools in September. It is not correct to say that the Government informed the media before it informed the NASUWT. The relevant announcement about the reopening of schools was actually made by the Minister for Education in…

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Gibraltar Tourist Board Exhibits at the First Virtual Birdfa...

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The Gibraltar Tourist Board is exhibiting at the first Virtual Birdfair which went live on August 5th and will run until August 23rd 2020. Exhibitor “stands”, include organisations and charities normally present at the live event. The Birdfair, is the UK’s largest birding event and normally takes place in Rutland…

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Gibraltar Wins MedCruise Award – 529/2020

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In the second edition of the annual MedCruise Awards, Gibraltar has won the award for the “Western Mediterranean MedCruise port showing the greatest commitment during the pandemic”. The MedCruise Association represents the second largest cruise market in the world. The Association organises the Awards, made up of several categories, to…

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Stained Glass Window Design Competition – 527/2020

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Gibraltar Cultural Services, on behalf of the Ministry for Heritage and Culture, is launching a competition for the design of a stained glass window that will adorn and enhance the Central Hall. The Central Hall was originally built as a church, known as South Barracks Chapel, ceasing to be such…

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Government plans for all Brexit outcomes at the end of the y...

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The Government continues to plan for all eventualities as negotiations continue to define a future relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union before the transitional period comes to an end on 31 December. In this context, the Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia chaired a meeting of the…

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