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Gib can ‘sleep easy’ if Labour wins election - Unite boss - Gibraltar Chronicle
Unite boss Len McCluskey gave ‘the fullest of assurances’ yesterday that he would influence a future Labour government in Britain to respect the wishes of the people of Gibraltar in any dealings with Spain. Mr McCluskey, the union’s general secretary ...
Government cracks down on illegal labour - Gibraltar Chronicle
The Government is beefing up its Labour Inspectorate to crack down on illegal labour which has cost the taxpayer hundreds of thousands of pounds. Neil Costa, Minister for Employment, said in a press conference that the Government Treasury loses tax and ...
DPC to debate Marina Bay application today - Gibraltar Chronicle
A special sitting of the Development and Planning Commission will take place today at 2pm to discuss a proposed development at Marina Bay. The Commission will hear from both the applicant and objectors. Ocean Village Investments Limited is seeking ...
Govt pushes ahead with dementia strategy - Gibraltar Chronicle
The drafting of the Dementia Strategy for Gibraltar is nearing completion and the new Dementia Residential Home and Day Centre should be up and running by autumn this year. This was confirmed by Health Minister Dr John Cortes as the film ‘Still Alice ...
Cancer Relief pancake week raises £1854 - Gibraltar Chronicle
Cancer Relief’s second Pancake Week was another resounding success raising £1,854. The amount was raised by participating families, restaurants, schools, nurseries and other organisations. Money is still coming in. Images of those who sent their photos ...
GSD wants pre-election clarity on Europa stadium - Gibraltar Chronicle
The GSD is calling for the issue of the Government-endorsed Europa Point Stadium proposals to be decided before the next General Election. The Opposition want the Electorate to know where the GSLP/Liberals stand on the issue before they cast their vote.
Teachers back restructure of Govt human resources department - Gibraltar Chronicle
The GTA/NASUWT has entered the public debate over the restructuring of the Gibraltar Government’s human resources department, insisting that the move is overdue and ‘makes sense’. The teachers’ union said it had been pushing for the restructure for ...
Garcia on US lobbying trip - Gibraltar Chronicle
The Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia is in Washington to lobby with politicians and influential organisations in the United States. He will be meeting with members of Congress from both the Democratic and Republican parties on Capitol Hill.
Spain should respect ‘the will of the people’, says Basque politician - Gibraltar Chronicle
Spain should seek dialogue on Gibraltar that respects ‘the will of the people’ without compromising core ideological positions, a Basque politician said yesterday during a visit to the Rock. Aitor Esteban, the spokesman for the Partido Nacionalista ...
Mess members raise over £1,800 for Childline Gibraltar - Gibraltar Chronicle
Members of the Warrant Officers and Sergeants Mess in Devils Tower Camp have raised over £1800 in aid of Childline Gibraltar. A cheque for £1069.19 was presented by WO1 ‘Mac’ McLoughlin which was raised through a number of organised charity events ...
Govt insists all power station safety aspects being considered - Gibraltar Chronicle
The Government has responded in the ongoing clash with the Opposition over the safety of the planned North Mole power station insisting that all the safety procedures and analysis is being followed. No 6 said that the decision to locate the new power ...
Picardo takes Feetham magazine remarks to parliament debate - Gibraltar Chronicle
The Chief Minister Fabian Picardo will move a motion at the next meeting of Parliament condemning the Leader of the Opposition Daniel Feetham for “misleading” readers of ‘In Touch’ magazine. Mr Picardo says Mr Feetham made statements and arguments ...
Six figure sponsorship deal for GFA - Gibraltar Chronicle
A six figure deal to sponsor the men’s senior national football team was signed yesterday by the Gibraltar FA and Hastings Insurance Group. The two and a half year sponsorship deal will run until the end of the 2015/2016 season with an option to extend ...
Socialists win Andalucia as PP drops and new parties forge ahead - Gibraltar Chronicle
Spain’s Socialists won elections in Andalucia tonight, with the Popular Party weakened into second place and upstart alternative parties Podemos and Ciudadanos making strong headway to secure seats in the regional parliament. With 95% of votes counted at ...
Borders agency strengthens international links - Gibraltar Chronicle
The Borders and Coastguard Agency has been working and sharing information links with international agencies in the UK, Spain and now Morocco. As well as working locally with the RGP, the Agency has been working closely with law enforcement agencies ...
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