This weekend a number of Azamara Quest passengers were treated to an evening of spectacular Gibraltar traditions, including a performance by the Band of the Royal Gibraltar Regiment at St. Michael’s Cave. The event included drinks and local canapés and a brief appearance by the Re-enactment Society who served to show off Gibraltar’s military history and heritage.
The evening was jointly hosted by the Gibraltar Tourist Board, M H Bland and Azamara Club Cruises and concluded with a fireworks display provided by Azamara Club Cruises, before the ship departed from the Port.
The Financial Services Commission has released an app aimed at keeping local firms up to date with regulatory developments. Keen to keep up to date with ever shifting online technologies, the FSC already uses Twitter, RSS Feeds, blogs and Facebook in order for companies to remain in the loop with regulation.
The App has been developed by local Alan Pereira and serves to integrate all this information onto smart phones and tablet devices, which will prove particularly useful for those who are blocked from entering certain sites whilst at work.
With regards to the recent shooting incident at Europa Point, 38-year-old Mark Galia has been arrested by the RGP on suspicion of Fraud by False Representation, and attempting to pervert the course of public justice.
Mr. Galia of 9 Sea Daffodil House Waterport Terraces has been charged with three counts of Fraud by False Representation and one count of Doing an Act tending and intending to pervert the course of public justice. He will appear before the court tomorrow morning at 10am.
Last Thursday, as a result of a request from family members, a squad of Police Officers wearing protective equipment had to forcibly execute a search warrant under the Crimes Act in a residence.
The family of the detained person made the request after the man began behaving in an aggressive manner and habitually abusing controlled drugs. The inidivdual became increasing violent towards the officers that detained him.