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Battling drugs: addicts reveal the challenge faced - Gibraltar Chronicle
Seeking help and obtaining support from Narcotics Anonymous (NA) can make the difference in beating drug addiction, said two former addicts on Friday. They told their stories and related their experience of the hardship of addiction to Social Services ...
Govt announces go ahead for Naval Ground development and park - Gibraltar Chronicle
The Gibraltar Government confirms that it has reached an agreement with Commercial Developments Investments Limited (CDI) in respect of the old Naval Grounds site. The agreement will see the construction of a high-end environmentally-conscious development ...
Gibraltar ‘could benefit from UK exit from EU’ – Rosindell - Gibraltar Chronicle
As most opinion converges towards the view that an exit from the EU, as a result of the UK referendum promised by David Cameron, would spell disaster for the Rock, long term Gibraltar supporter Andrew Rosindell has declared a contrary view. In an interview ...
EU confirms Gib’s reef, reclamation and bunkering are lawful - Gibraltar Chronicle
The European Commission has informed the British Government that it has found no breach of EU environmental laws in the activities carried out by the Gibraltar Government including bunkering activities, the Eastside or Sovereign Bay project and, in ...
European Commission’s official position - Gibraltar Chronicle
As regards the potential breach of Article 1(3) of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD), the Commission services note that the impact of artificial reef activities has been considered under the environmental status as required under Art.
Gib firemen were kept on standby for Algeciras park blaze - Gibraltar Chronicle
As Spanish firefighters battled a forest fire across the Bay on Thursday night the Gibraltar authorities moved swiftly to offer assistance, No 6 confirmed. The fire that started at 10.14pm Thursday evening and raged for over 12 hours at Arroyo de la Miel ...
Margallo approach to Rock ‘harks back to Franco era’ says Moratinos - Gibraltar Chronicle
Miguel Ángel Moratinos, the former Spanish foreign minister who led the process that agreed the tripartite talks and Cordoba agreements yesterday broke his silence and lashed out at the current PP government accusing it of “harking back to the Franco ...
Triathlon:A remarkable achievement - Gibraltar Chronicle
Competing in a triathlon international field at the Commonwealth Games, including two dozen leading professional runners, Gibraltar’s veteran Chris Walker can be justifiably delighted to raise his arms in triumph at completing his latest challenge 26th ...
High level education conference looks at Mediterranean - Gibraltar Chronicle
A two day expert group meeting on Higher Education for Sustainable Development in the Mediterranean starts Monday at the Caleta Hotel. Hosted by the Government of Gibraltar, the Ministry for the Environment has convened leaders of universities ...
Swimming national record breakers - Gibraltar Chronicle
Three of Gibraltar’s swimmers hit the pool in the presence of the Queen at the Commonwealth Games when she visited the Games venues. Jim Sanderson was first up as he broke the national record for the 50m butterfly recording a time of 27.10 finishing 32nd ...
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