The Arengo’s Palace Car Park will be open to the public as from Wednesday 1st May. The facility offers 209 parking spaces, of which 42 will be free and available for residents as well as visitors.
A group of youngsters, part of the Dolphin Youth Club, spent this weekend in a country home located in a residential complex close to Pelayo. The house provided a great opportunity for the youngsters to put into practice, amongst other things, the cooking skills they had previously honed at the club, in view of preparing one of the evening meals.
The terrible weather failed to dissuade the group from undertaking any activities and making the most of their time away from the Rock. The outing proved to be a memorable and fun-filled experience for the group in question. To give an example, horse riding along the shoreline with the sea spray from crashing waves playfully striking their faces, almost obscuring an idyllic view of oncoming storm clouds purposefully approaching over the horizon, was undoubtedly an extraordinary sight for all.
Media – Police Reports
From 0700hrs 29/04/13 to 0700hrs 30/04/13
3 persons arrested for Possession of a commercial quantity of tobacco
1 person arrested for Criminal Damage
1 person arrested for Disorderly conduct in a Police Station
1 person arrested for making off without payment
2 persons arrested for Burglary
1 person arrested for assault
The Urban Dance Annual show will take place on Friday 17th May at the John Mackintosh Hall starting at 7.30pm.
Urban Dance is back at the John Mackintosh Hall, after 8 years staging their performances at the Alameda Theatre. They want to go back to their roots & bring to the audience an integrated performance, of music, dance, singing & audio visuals. They were the pioneers in Gibraltar to use audio visuals in their shows, back in 1999.