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Feb 24 -  Rock Gun Flagpole Maintenance Work

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Feb 24 - Minister Bossano Attends ‘Parliaments Of The Mediterranean’ Conference

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Minister Joe Bossano, acc...

Feb 24 - Government: Llamas’ “Childish Publicity Stunt” Backfires

Feb 24 - Government: Llamas’ “Child…

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Feb 24 - Crime Report for 23-2-17

Feb 24 - Crime Report for 23-2-17

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Feb 23 - Unite To GGCA: We Are Not Against Nationalisation

Feb 23 - Unite To GGCA: We Are Not …

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Feb 23 - HM Customs Seize 1,800 Cartons Of Cigarettes

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Whilst conducting an oper...

Feb 23 – Business Groups Call On European Commission To Stop Excessive Border Checks

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Feb 20 - ERG Warns Against ‘Politicising’ Drugs Reform

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“Whether you’re for or against reform to our drugs laws, we’re all substantially on the same side,” a ‘Connected Health’ statement from joint campaigners Equality Rights Group and ‘Stay Clean’, said today ahead of an expected parliamentary debate on the issues.

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Feb 20 - Government: More Doctors Employed At GHA

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-  Minister Costa reiterates ‘absolute commitment’ to excellent health services

-  More Specialist GPs employed across the GHA

-  Clinicians and doctors are empowered to prioritise patient care and support for families 


The Government has said that its “absolute commitment” to improving health services continues with further reforms and the introduction of key clinical posts in the Primary Care Centre and in the community.

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Feb 17 - Hassan Nahon Urges Government To Further Explore Medicinal Benefits Of Cannabis

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Independent MP Marlene Hassan Nahon has welcomed the Government’s statement regarding the legalisation of Sativex, a cannabis-derived medicine. Ms Hassan Nahon says that this medication is used by many patients around the world to alleviate the pain associated with particular conditions and she is therefore pleased to see the Government respond positively to the plight of local patients who may now be helped by having access to these medicinal products.

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Feb 16 – Sativex Is Approved For Use In Gibraltar - Government Statement

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The Drugs (Misuse) Regulations 2005 have been amended to allow for the cannabis-based medicine “Sativex” to be approved for use in healthcare. Henceforth, MS patients will have a medicine which can treat and alleviate their symptoms whilst clinicians will be reassured when prescribing this drug.

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Feb 16 - GHA Says It "Ensures Continuity of Care"

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The Government says it wishes to reassure patients of the GHA that continuity of care will not be affected in any way by the small number of doctors that have left recently.

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Feb 16 – GHA Doctor Resignations “Will Affect Continuity Of Care”

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The GSD has said that another consultant has left the GHA according to information being received by the party from “distressed patients” who have had appointments cancelled.

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Feb 15 - GHA Says There Will Be "No Change" For Blood Strips For Diabetics

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Following some expressions of concern on social media, the Ministry of Health can confirm that the Gibraltar Health Authority has no intention of ending the use of blood test strips for diabetes patients.

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Feb 14 - Lib Dem Foreign Affairs Spokesman in Gibraltar “Brexit” Visit

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The Foreign Affairs spokesman for the UK Liberal Democrats, Tom Brake MP, is in Gibraltar on a fact-finding visit in order to achieve a better understanding of the impact of the decision taken in the United Kingdom to leave the European Union.

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Feb 13 - Unite Says GGCA's Desire To Bring Master Services Into The Public Sector Is "Naïve And Short Sighted"

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Unite recognises and accepts that it no longer has collective negotiation rights for Master Services, but says there is a huge difference between the Union’s ability to negotiate collectively for the workforce, and another in safeguarding the interests of those members of the Master Services workforce that still belong to Unite.

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