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WESTSIDE STUDENTS IN ART EXHIBITION - Gibraltar Chronicle
49 art students from Westside are showcasing their work at the Fine Art Gallery. This is the second time the school has put together this type of exhibition which is work produced by the students for their GCSE and A Level coursework. The picture shows ...
Barclays closes doors on 126 years of local history - Gibraltar Chronicle
Barclays Bank will close the doors to its Main Street branch for the last time at 4pm this afternoon, bringing to an end 126 years of local retail banking services in Gibraltar. The bank will retain a small presence of around 16 employees here focused ...
Joelle Baglietto is Rock Chef 2015 - Gibraltar Chronicle
Joelle Baglietto last night became the first female chef to win Rock Chef. At the end of last night’s television series on GBC, the programme initiated by the GFSB and produced by Gib Media, Culture Minister Steven Linares presented her with the winning ...
Govt hits back over GSD’s ‘fishing hypocrisy’ - Gibraltar Chronicle
The Gibraltar Government has accused the GSD of ‘boundless hypocrisy’ on the fishing issue. “After allowing uncontrolled fishing by Spanish commercial fishermen since their illegal 1999 Agreement, and openly saying they will allow fishing again if ...
EU offers Gib a ‘safeguard from Spain’ - Garcia - Gibraltar Chronicle
A UK exit from the European Union could hand Spain “free reign” to do what they like with the Gibraltar-Spain border, the Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia said. With a UK Referendum on whether to sever ties with the European Union to take place ...
GSD slams Govt’s ‘amusement’ over traffic question - Gibraltar Chronicle
The Gibraltar Government is ducking questions about ‘nightmare school runs’ and parking congestion, the Opposition claimed yesterday, adding that Traffic Minister Paul Balban appeared ‘amused’ by the concerns. Opposition MP Selwyn Figueras claimed ...
Picardo briefs EU committee on Gib tax facts - Gibraltar Chronicle
Chief Minister Fabian Picardo defended the Rock in the face of ‘hostile but irrelevant’ questioning yesterday from a Spanish member of the EU’s newly set-up special committee looking into unfair tax practices in Europe. The session with the TAXE ...
Gib opens permanent Brussels office - Gibraltar Chronicle
More than 85 diplomats, ambassadors and MEPs attended the official opening of Gibraltar’s new permanent office in Brussels yesterday evening. Declaring the Gibraltar House open, the Chief Minister Fabian Picardo said the 1.1 million Euro property ...
Chamber signals frustration with public debt debate - Gibraltar Chronicle
The Gibraltar Chamber of Commerce has urged greater transparency in the debate on public borrowing, reflecting frustration in the business community on this issue. Chamber President Christian Hernandez said the discussion had so far generated “more heat ...
Digital forms speed up job hunt processes - Gibraltar Chronicle
Prolonged processing times at the Employment Department and Income Tax Office will be substantially reduced with the roll out of online digitised forms, the Gibraltar Government said yesterday. The new format will use the government’s new electronic ...
Governor resigns - Gibraltar Chronicle
Lieutenant General Sir James Dutton will relinquish the post of Governor and Commander in Chief at the end of September this year, citing “purely personal and professional” reasons. The move is unprecedented in Gibraltar’s modern history and comes ...
Instituto Cervantes director gets UK job - Gibraltar Chronicle
The director of the Instituto Cervantes in Gibraltar will take up a new role as the head of the institute’s branches in Manchester and Leeds. Francisco Oda Ángel will take up his new role on September 1. His transfer comes at the end of his five-year ...
Gib motion calls for presence at Commonwealth conference - Gibraltar Chronicle
The Gibraltar delegation at the 45th British Islands and Mediterranean Region Commonwealth Conference in Cyprus has tabled a motion calling on the Region to endorse the attendance of the UK Overseas Territories and Crown Dependencies at the Commonwealth ...
Nicaragua seminar highlights ‘inaccuracies’ in C24 report - Gibraltar Chronicle
The Minister for Economic Development Joe Bossano received an “unprecedented reaction” to his ‘Gibraltar Statement’ at the Nicaragua seminar organised by the UN Committee of 24, according to the Gibraltar Government. A Government statement said the ...
Hogarth returns to the Rock for fourth concert - Gibraltar Chronicle
Over one hundred Steve Hogarth fans are travelling to Gibraltar this weekend from the UK, Germany, Netherlands, Spain, Portugal and France, to see him perform on the Rock for the fourth time. Back in St Michael’s Cave, the concert is one of the ...
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