The Gibraltar Health Authority (GHA) is conducting research on long COVID – the mid and long term health effects from COVID-19 infection - in our local community. This research is being carried out in collaboration with a global COVID-19 follow-up working group of international clinicians and scientists.
Gibraltar Cultural Services (GCS) on behalf of the Ministry of Culture, have announced a writing initiative for young authors aged 14 to 25 years. The successful applicants will be mentored and encouraged to write an original story/ composition which will then be published to coincide with World Book Day 2022.
The UK Government has included Gibraltar in the UK Community Renewal Fund for 2021-22. This means that projects in Gibraltar will be eligible for funding up to a maximum of half a million pounds.
The GHA, having now stepped down from its major incident posture has resumed regular clinical activity. The GHA’s breast screening programme has already restarted this week and will ramp up to full capacity as soon as possible.
The Commissioner of Police, Richard Ullger, has announced two promotions within his Command Team.
The Government, together with MeteoGib, have issued a weather advisory as heavy rain is expected from early tomorrow morning until tomorrow evening.
The Minister for Housing, Youth and Sport Steven Linares has been chosen as the Chair of the Climate Justice Committee of Liberal International.
Westside School’s English Department have today launched a ‘Writer of the Week’ book to coincide with World Book Day 2021.