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13:49

Gibraltar

More resources for Gibraltar police

D.B.

The Royal Gibraltar Police force will be boosted by an additional 50 officers of different ranks over the next three years, to a total of 291, and the government has also commissioned a work stream which will enable 24 officers who are currently

14:38

Gibraltar

Open Day raises £1,500 for wildlife park project

Debbie Bartlett

The Alameda Wildlife Park's first-ever open day outside the park raised over £1,500. The event was held in Ocean Village last Saturday and children flocked to the animal learning enclosure to see the rabbits, tortoises, cockatoos and reptiles.

14:36

Gibraltar

Fears of job losses as bet365 chooses Malta

Debbie Bartlett

The leading betting and gaming company bet365 has announced that it is to relocate some of its operations to Malta, where it has held a licence since 2015. The company says it plans to maintain a presence in Gibraltar, but there are fears that

11:53

Gibraltar

Gibraltar university prepares to offer maritime training

Debbie Bartlett

...which are to be offered by the Gibraltar Maritime Academy at the University of Gibraltar from September next year. Also present were representatives of the university, the Gibraltar Maritime Administration and the Gibraltar Port Authority, as well as ... Gary Hindmarch, a maritime education consultant. The MNTB is the shipping industry's central body for promoting and developing seafarer education, training and skills. Neilson was in Gibraltar for two days of meetings, and also toured the ... university's facilities and the new Gibraltar Port Authority offices. The Gibraltar Maritime Academy, which is part of the University of Gibraltar, will be offering four maritime degrees and associated officer cadet training leading to maritime engineer or

14:14

Gibraltar

Safety concerns are raised at new comprehensive schools in Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

There have been calls from the Teachers Union, opposition politicians and students themselves on social media to delay the start of the school year in Gibraltar's two new comprehensive schools, due to concerns that there is a rush to get them ready

14:29

Gibraltar

A facial reconstruction is made of a Neolithic woman from Gibraltar 7,500 years ago

Debbie Bartlett

We now know what a Neolithic woman who lived in Gibraltar 7,500 years ago looked like, thanks to the facial reconstruction of a skull found in a burial site inside a cave near Europa Point in 1996. Using DNA technology, archaeologists and experts ... at The Gibraltar Museum have painstakingly reproduced the facial characteristics of the dark-haired, dark-eyed woman. It has been named 'Calpeia', and was unveiled this week by Heritage Minister, Dr John Cortes.

14:13

Gibraltar

Gibraltar downplays the Yellowhammer report, saying it is seriously out of date

Debbie Bartlett

...the case of a no-deal Brexit which many were expecting, leading to claims that there is actually a lot more to it which had not been revealed. Nevertheless, what there was caused considerable alarm. The section about Gibraltar sounded particularly ... damning. "Gibraltar, due to the imposition of border checks at its border with Spain (and the knock-on effect of delays from UK to EU), will see disruption to supply of goods (including food), medicines, trans-frontier shipment of waste and delays of 4+ ... hours for at least a few months in the movement of frontier workers, residents and tourists across the border. Prolonged border delays over the longer term are likely to adversely affect Gibraltar's economy. Like the UK mainland, cross-border services

10:44

Gibraltar

Gibraltar, red, white and proud as always on National Day

Debbie Bartlett

September 10th is a day no Gibraltarian ever wants to miss, the official National Day and a public holiday, when people dress in the Gibraltar colours of red and white and gather to reinforce their commitment to self-determination and celebrate ... being part of the unique Gibraltarian community. It is a day of partying and politics, which is organised by the Self-Determination For Gibraltar Group (SDGG) with the government's Culture ministry, and it marks the anniversary of Gibraltar's first

12:26

Gibraltar

Gibraltar government calms fears after Yellowhammer report

Debbie Bartlett

Following the publication by the Sunday Times of a leaked UK government report into the consequences of a no-deal Brexit, the Gibraltar government quickly issued a statement saying that it wasn't what it seemed. The report, part of Operation ... Yellowhammer contingency plans for a civil emergency, referred to problems arising such as four-hour queues to cross the border, a shortage of food and medicines in Gibraltar and problems with waste disposal. It caused considerable alarm, but the government ... insisted that it was "out of date" and "wrong". In the statement, and also during interviews with local and international media, chief minister Fabian Picardo pointed out that these were worst-case scenarios which the Gibraltar authorities had themselves

17:41

Gibraltar

Gibraltar acquires drone for aerial imagery

Debbie Bartlett

The Department of the Environment, Heritage and Climate Change in Gibraltar has acquired a drone which will be used for terrestrial and marine mammal monitoring, renewing and updating the aerial imagery of Gibraltar with new Orthophoto (geospatially