A child attending two nurseries in Gibraltar has been found to have tuberculosis. Although the child is only weakly positive for infectivity, the GHA is offering TB testing as a precautionary measure to all the children with whom the child might have been in close contact. GHA Infection Control Nurses are currently making arrangements to contact the parents and offer skin tests to the children.
A local man has today been fined one thousand pounds for theft of a local man’s Civilian Registration Card.
The general public is advised that in order to accommodate the extension of “Calentita Night” into Market Place this coming Saturday 22nd June, the Ministry of Culture in conjunction with the Gibraltar Bus Company will be relocating all bus routes serviced from Market Place to Waterport Road.
June 20 - Dr Giraldi Inquiry Hearing: Chairman Laments “Intemperate” Social Media Statements By Joanna Hernandez
This morning, at the Coroner’s Court, Sir Jonathan Parker QC opened the first preliminary hearing of the Dr Giraldi Home inquiry of which he is Chairman. The hour-long session covered procedural aspects of the inquiry focussing on case management and the timetabling of the main events leading up to the main hearing which is scheduled for the end of September. The inquiry will include the hearing of oral evidence during open public sessions.
Officers of the Royal Gibraltar Police’s Marine Unit were in the early hours of Tuesday the 18th of June alerted to the presence of a suspect vessel within BGTW.
The officers deployed in an interceptor vessel with the Gibraltar Defence Police in support. The suspect vessel which was subsequently located about a mile south from Europa Point was identified as a seven metre Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat with two occupants on board. The vessel was seen to be laden with bales suspected to contain Cannabis Resin.
A statement from the Government:
The October 2012 employment survey results have now been published and show the massive and unprecedented success of the policies introduced by the GSLP/Liberal Government on the 9th December 2011, by the increasing full time employment levels for Gibraltarians and other long term residents.
Two cases of tuberculosis (TB) have been confirmed locally within the past 48 hours. The first case is the parent of a 4-year old child who is also infected.
The Royal Princess cruise ship made its inaugural call at Gibraltar’s cruise terminal this morning as part of its maiden voyage. The cruise ship is operated by Princess Cruises and is considered the flagship of the Princess fleet.