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16:42

Gibraltar

GibAir issues apology for Easyjet luggage mix-up

Debbie Bartlett

GibAir has apologised after Easyjet passengers' luggage was accidentally loaded onto the wrong planes last Sunday. The bags for the Gatwick flight were put into the hold of the plane heading to Manchester, and vice versa. Passengers were reunited

15:50

Classical concert kicks off 2020 in Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar Philharmonic Society is organising the New Year's Concert at the John Mackintosh Hall on Tuesday 7 January at 8.30 pm. Tickets cost £20 and are available from Sacarello's Coffee Shop in Irish Town, the Silver Shop at 222 Main Street,

15:47

Gibraltar

Guided tours of Alameda Gardens to continue next year

Debbie Bartlett

The Alameda Gardens tours will continue on the last Saturday of each month (except December) next year, starting at 10.30am from the George Don Gates. The guided tours of these fascinating botanical gardens, which also have an interesting history,

18:24

Gibraltar

Art in Gibraltar can be enjoyed by all online

Debbie Bartlett

Art lovers need not feel deprived by the lockdown restrictions as online tours are now available of the Mario Finlayson National Gallery, with special interviews and commentary. The tours can be accessed at 11am on Fridays via the Gibraltar ... Azagury and Rudecindo Mannia in June. The chance to enjoy works of art online is something positive to have come out of the lockdown restrictions affecting so many countries, and Gibraltar is now planning to prepare similar online exhibitions in future.

10:53

Gibraltar

GFSB Business Innovation Award

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar Federation of Small Businesses has announced the opening of applications for next years GFSB Business Innovation Award sponsored by Gibtelecom. The application form can be found on the Awards page at www.gfsb.gi and needs to be

10:56

Gibraltar

Chief minister meets with president of the Mancomunidad

Debbie Bartlett

The chief minister and deputy chief minister of Gibraltar held a meeting with the president of the Mancomunidad de Municipios of the Campo de Gibraltar, Juan Lozano, on Wednesday morning. The meeting took place at No 6 Convent Place, the seat of ... the Gibraltar government, and among the matters discussed were Brexit, the border, waste disposal and other items of mutual interest. Fabian Picardo then hosted a working lunch for Juan Lozano.

16:23

Gibraltar

Canadian High Commissioner pays visit to Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

The High Commissioner of Canada, Janice Charette, was in Gibraltar on a fact-finding visit this week. She was welcomed at the airport by deputy chief minister Dr Joseph Garcia, who is responsible for relations with the Commonwealth, and held

16:21

Gibraltar

Winter Party in Town returns to Casemates next Saturday

Debbie Bartlett

This year's Winter Party in Town returns to Casemates Square on Saturday 23 November, starting with children's activities at 4pm and music and dance performances from 4.30pm until late. This event offers fun for all the family, and the headline ban

16:16

Gibraltar

Gibraltar lays wreath at the Cenotaph for Remembrance Sunday

Debbie Bartlett

Gibraltar was able to lay a wreath for the first time at the UK's National Service of Remembrance at the Cenotaph in Whitehall last Sunday, and the honour of doing so was given to Dominique Searle MBE, Gibraltar's Representative to the United

17:10

LifeStyle

22 May 1940: Gibraltar is evacuated in the Second World War

Debbie Bartlett

It is a largely unknown fact that during WW2 the British government decided to turn Gibraltar into a fortress to stop Hitler and Franco seizing it, and ordered all women, children, the elderly and infirm to be evacuated to make room for the troops. ... the ships with food and water, and the evacuees were physically forced on board. The problem was that Britain didn't know what to do with them. Refused permission to disembark in Gibraltar, they were forced to travel across the Atlantic to avoid the ... the war was over, due to lack of accommodation and medical facilities, the Gibraltar authorities had to stagger the repatriation of the people, and it took until 1951 to bring them all home. Many Gibraltarians in London were moved to Northern Ireland