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Beaches ensure accessibility for all - Gibraltar Chronicle
The Minister for Tourism, Neil Costa, and Minister for Equality Samantha Sacramento unveiled the second phase of works to improve facilities at all local beaches. Beach accessibility units have been introduced successfully at Camp Bay, Western Beach ...
Margallo tells Hammond Spain only seeking compliance with law - Gibraltar Chronicle
Spain’s Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo yesterday congratulated Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond on his recent appointment. He then insisted to him that Spain’s action is simply to seek compliance with legal obligations. And he called for ...
Govt releases 1999 Manx Energy Report - Gibraltar Chronicle
In 1999, twelve years before the GSD left office it was already aware that by 2010 the engines available at Waterport Power Station would be unable to cope with demand. That was the statement made by Government last night as it released a report from 15 ...
YOUNG LOCAL INTEREST IN GFA SUMMER SCHOOL - Gibraltar Chronicle
Hundred turned up at the Victoria Stadium for the opening day, of four, of this year’s GFA Summer School. They were addressed by GFA ‘Grassroots’ Manager Leslie Asquez, who assigned them in small groups to the coaches and they were all soon in action ...
Foreign affairs writer urges new approach by Spain - Gibraltar Chronicle
William Chislett, one of the participants in last year’s Gibraltar Literary Festival who is an expert in foreign affairs based in Madrid has written in a person capacity to the Financial Times. Mr Chislett suggests Spain should woo Gibraltar rather than ...
Opposition Leader at Mar del Sur - Gibraltar Chronicle
Leader of the Opposition Daniel Feetham was last night delivering the key note speech in an event organised by the Union de Europeistas de Analucia and Mar Del Sur. The event will be recorded and later transmitted by radio and the on line television by ...
RGP investigate social media abuse - Gibraltar Chronicle
The Royal Gibraltar Police (RGP) is investigating a number of cases where social media was used to make comments or to post things that may be deemed offensive, or may lead to racial or religious hatred. Last night the RGP said that a 31 year old local man ...
COMMONWEALTH TEAM IN GLASGOW - Gibraltar Chronicle
Gibraltar’s team are set to compete in the 20th edition of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow which start tomorrow with the opening ceremony in Celtic Park. Saturday saw the main bulk of the party arrive after a day of travelling from the Rock via Heathrow.
SANTOS CHOIRS WINS GOLD AND SILVER - Gibraltar Chronicle
The young choir from Gibraltar – the Santos Productions Choir – were again a hit. This time at the World Choir Games in Riga, Latvia, where they achieved two gold medals and a silver. The pictures show them in the street parade at the start of ...
The oldest living Gibraltarian has died - Gibraltar Chronicle
Phyllis Farrugia was 107 years old last November 26, 2013. She died peacefully of old age in the early hours of the morning of Friday July 18, 2014. Born and bred in Gibraltar, the sister of the late Phillip Farrugia BEM, Isabel and Adelina and aunt of ...
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