Category

News

426.1 2022

Autumn Poetry Competition 2022 – 426/2022

By | News

  Gibraltar Cultural Services (GCS), on behalf of the Ministry of Culture and in conjunction with The Gibraltar Chronicle, will hold a Poetry Competition as part of the 2022 Autumn Cultural Programme. The competition is open to Gibraltarians and residents of Gibraltar who may submit two original works. The overall…

Read More

GCS Summer Workshops & Activities – 431/2022

By | News

  Gibraltar Cultural Services is offering several workshops and activities for young people to enjoy this summer. The programme includes two art related workshops and a yoga session for kids at GEMA Gallery. Outdoor Storytelling sessions and a Summer Book Club at the John Mackintosh Hall Library are also part…

Read More

HMGoG condolences on passing of Claire Borrell MBE – 4...

By | News

Her Majesty’s Government of Gibraltar extends its sincere condolences to the family and friends of Claire Borrell MBE, who sadly passed away yesterday. As the founder of both Women’s Aid and Women in Need, Claire dedicated over 30 years in service to Gibraltar’s community. Her work with victims of domestic…

Read More
423.1 2022

Gibraltar Marine Interpretation Centre launched – 423....

By | News

  The Minister for the Environment, Prof. John Cortes, inaugurated the Gibraltar Marine Interpretation Centre at Europa Point on Friday. The facility has been designed by technical staff from the Department of the Environment and builds on the existing and hugely successful Tovey Cottage Interpretation Centre found in the heart…

Read More

Gibraltar Commits to Comply with the FATF Action Plan in the...

By | News

On 17th June 2022, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), following an extensive review over a number of years, identified Gibraltar as a jurisdiction under increased monitoring in respect of only two points relating to: 1. Pursuing regulatory sanctions2. Pursuing final confiscation judgements The above points are contained within the…

Read More

St Paul’s School new wing and forest zone opened – 4...

By | News

  Minister for Education and Environment John Cortes yesterday opened the new Wing of St Paul’s School as well as its ‘forest zone’. The new wing includes a reception area, shaded foyer, library and dining hall. The forest zone, a small area of Mediterranean woodland with cork oaks and other…

Read More
421.4 2022

The Gibraltar College have had a busy week this week –...

By | News

  The opening of an exhibition of photographs by students enrolled in the Personal and Social Development course took place on Tuesday 14th June, at the John Mackintosh Hall at Lower Exhibition Room. The photographs were taken during the Youth Arts jamboree programme run by Gibraltar Cultural Services in conjunction with…

Read More
Landport

Government announces Landport beautification – 419/202...

By | News

HM Government of Gibraltar is pleased to announce the beautification of the area starting at Corral Road leading to Landport tunnel and through to Casemates. This has now been submitted to the Development and Planning Commission for approval.The project will include a full repaving of the area, landscaping and new…

Read More