YGTV’s article series continues - each month, David Sanchez will review military visits to the Rock. Drawing on his in-depth knowledge and photographic skills, the articles will provide readers with valuable background facts to the aircraft and vessels that pop into the Rock.
By Paul Gonzalez-Morgan
Edmund Hughes is Head, Air Pollution and Energy Efficiency in the Marine Environment Division of the International Maritime Organization (IMO), the United Nations specialised technical agency responsible for the regulation of international shipping.
In April, the Government of Gibraltar introduced a Bill for Pensions in the Private Sector, which will ensure that private sector workers are entitled to have a choice, by law, on whether they wish to make a contribution to a pension plan. The Bill was passed in to law in July 2019 (although we are still waiting on an effective date for it to be applicable). If an employee does choose to participate in a pension plan, the law will require the employer to contribute towards that employee’s pension plan.
By Dr Joseph Garcia
In the two weeks since the General Election, we have begun work to compile all 735 commitments made in the 2019 Green Gibraltar manifesto. These will then be split up and distributed between different Ministers as happened in 2011 and again in 2015.
By Mark Montegriffo
I last saw Gabriel Moreno perform with the Quivering Poets in September, on Gibraltar National Day. The band ended their European tour with a memorable set in the late summer air to an enchanted audience. They were enchanted by the stage presence of a moustachioed troubadour. Enchanted also by the unabashed individualism of a man who eschews the average and the mundane. Moreno and The Quivering Poets have released their second EP in under six months. It is anything but average and mundane.