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Mar 12 - Volunteers Needed for Botanical Gardens Natural Learning Centre

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natural learning centreThe Botanical Gardens’ new Natural Learning Centre, which is aimed at providing a safe place for children to learn the joys of planting and caring for plants whilst learning new skills and the importance of looking after our environment, is looking for volunteers to help run further sessions with children.

The Natural Learning Centre is already being used by a weekly children's gardening club.  The children are growing edible plants which will be planted into a special bed within the gardens.  The public are encouraged to visit the gardens over the next few months and witness the project take shape.  

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Mar 12 - GGR Concerned over GGCA Facebook Comment Warning

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ggr‘We are most concerned following reports that Wendy Cumming, President of the GGCA Union, has been allegedly warned to resign her post on the Executive of the Union following a recent social media comment,’ Equality Rights Group Chairman Felix Alvarez stated in a communiqué today.

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Mar 12 - 8th March Power Cut Fault of Human Error

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gib elecThe Gibraltar Electricity Authority have apologised for any inconvenience to the public on account of the power outage that occurred on Friday 8th March 2013 affecting 5 districts of consumers. The outage occurred at approximately 00.08 hrs with all consumers having power restored by about 00.11hrs.

The power outage was as the direct result of human error. An operator in GMES power station control room inadvertently shed the load of the generators too quickly as part of the operation of shutting down the engines in the south district power station/s for the night. This action caused the system frequency to drop below 1.5 Hertz for over 50 milliseconds thus activating the falling frequency load shedding protection to be activated.

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Mar 12 - Minister Bossano Recovering from Fall

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bossanoMinister Joe Bossano suffered a fall on his way to work in wet weather on Saturday morning, which saw him being admitted to the accident and emergency department of St Bernard's Hospital.

He was operated on in the afternoon for a fractured wrist and required stitches for facial lacerations.

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Mar 12 - Temple Rock Launches Experienced Investor Fund (EIF)

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temple rock fundTemple Rock Fund PCC Limited launched its Experienced Investor Fund (EIF) on February 28th. The trailblazing EIF has changed the investment landscape in Gibraltar and had a far-reaching impact in other European jurisdictions since its introduction in 2005.

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Mar 12 - Central Police Station Counter Service to Close at Night

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central police stationIn a bid to maximise the number of uniformed officers on the beat, a counter service will no longer be provided at Central Police Station between the hours of 10pm at night and 8am in the morning. The exception will be on Friday nights when the counter service will be provided throughout.

Members of the public wishing to make a report in person during those hours should attend the counter at New Mole House Police Station where a twenty- four hour service will be provided.

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Mar 12 - GPA Survey Reveals Public are Most Concerned with Drug Use and Underage Drinking

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police authorityThe results of the Gibraltar Police Authority’s Public Consultation Survey for 2012 and 2013 have bee published by the authority and can be found on the website at www.gpa.gi. Almost one thousand completed questionnaires were received from a wide cross section of the community.

It is noted that the public’s overall satisfaction of the service provided by the RGP remains high and that almost two-thirds of the respondents agreed with the priorities as set out in the GPA Annual Policing Plan 2011-12.

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Mar 08 - Gibraltar Celebrates International Women’s Day

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womens dayThis morning, a number of prominent groups, at the forefront of the Community gathered in the lobby of the City Hall, where Chief Minister Fabian Picardo uncovered a plaque, commemorating International Women’s Day. Commenting on Gibraltar’s first Women’s association, named the Housewives Association of which, his mother was one of the founding members, along with Mariola Summerfield, Mr Picardo explained that the group played its part and ‘became a spring board for political women and for the continuing activity of the association itself’.

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Mar 08 - Mayor Expands Awards Scheme

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mayor tony limaChief Minister, it has been decided to widen the scope of the Mayor’s Awards Scheme.

The Scheme, which at present only recognises persons who save a life or participate in any such rescue operation or act of bravery, will now also encompass persons or groups who have served Gibraltar in exceptional or voluntary service over a prolonged period of time.

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