WhatsApp, the hugely popular messaging service used by thousands in Gibraltar, will now require iOS users to pay a $1 annual subscription fee.
Launching the innovative GHA website this morning, Health Minister Dr John Cortes insisted that 160 page site portrayed how dynamic and forward thinking the Authority was. He also urged site users to present their feedback by contacting the in house team.
The GHA IT team, consisting of Darion Figueredo and Leigh Adnett designed and developed the WordPress website completely in-house in order to obtain complete control over the content that is uploaded. The website currently provides information on all aspects of Gibraltar’s healthcare services, as well as brochures and pamphlets on all GHA departments. Users can also cancel any appointments on the website. When asked whether the possibility of making or changing appointments would become available through the website, Dr. Cortes insisted that this would be a possibility in the future. He noted that along with the website, the Authority’s twitter and Facebook pages were to be launched today, also.
At the end of last week officers of HM Customs, investigating suspect activity in the vicinity of Mons Calpe Rd, North Mole, conducted an area search and discovered 16,000 cigarettes (80 cartons) concealed around the location.
The Ministry of Culture is pleased to announce the details of this year’s National Week Yanito Comedy, which will be held from Saturday 31st August to Friday 6th September. There will be no performance on Sunday 1st September.
Santos Productions, who organise the event, look forward to presenting their latest comedy, ‘El Siege’. The production has been written by Christian Santos and Richard Mor and will be staged at the John Mackintosh Hall Theatre, with performances commencing at 8pm.