The GSD Opposition says its surprised that the Government hasn’t commented on the recent statement by Unite criticising the length of time being taken to conclude the investigation into allegations of bullying at the Employment Service.
Financial Services Minister, Albert Isola, is leading a delegation to Hong Kong this week for the Hedge Funds World Asia conference, where he will be giving an address.
The Rock's fundraising efforts for Cancer is having a real direct impact on the Research in the UK. That's according to Cancer Research UK. Fundraising Manager, Sheona Ranson, this weekend, received a twenty thousand pound donation from the local group Stick it to Sarcoma, at a charity gala dinner. Speaking at the event, the UK rep said they were delighted with the donation and were especially impressed with the support, kindness and passion shown by the local branch and community in general.
GBC Television has secured a contract with UEFA to broadcast all of Gibraltar’s qualifying matches for EURO 2016 live. Following extensive negotiations with UEFA, GBC will become an official broadcast partner and will televise all ten European Qualifiers starting with this Sunday’s home match versus Poland at the Estadio Algarve.
Over five thousand pounds has been collected in a fun day aimed at raising awareness of Autism. The event at Casemates started with a challenging walk to the top of the rock, with live music and activities for the youngsters on offer throughout the day.
The Government has confirmed that two civil servants have been arrested at Number Six Convent Place. This follows GBC questions to Number Six asking whether it could confirm that two security officers had been filmed by CCTV cameras taking drugs on the premises.
A group of men on Spanish-registered jet skis have again been causing trouble off Eastern Beach.
Several thousand demonstrators gathered in La Linea’s Plaza de Toros on Friday evening for a mass protest against what they describe as a series of social injustices. Among these they include the inhumane queues at the border. They are aso protesting against national debt, unemployment and hunger.
A group of radical activists who planned to upstage the protest in La Linea and come into Gibraltar to get arrested, abandoned its plans after having spoken to the Group for a Humanitarian Frontier.
The Opposition says its concerned to have found out about a meeting between the British Ambassador in Spain and the President of the Junta De Andalucia, where Gibraltar was discussed, from the Spanish media.
The Self-Determination for Gibraltar Group is once again inviting signatures for a National Day banner, with a stand to be set up in Main Street as from Monday.