The Office of the Commissioner for Sustainable Development and Future Generations is looking for a young person, aged between 18-26 years, who can represent the UK and Gibraltar at a Steering Committee convened by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE).
Today, the Minister for Health has launched an online Patient Satisfaction Survey to obtain feedback from users of the Primary Care Centre. The purpose of the survey is for the Minister to understand the issues with the Primary Care Centre directly from users themselves.
Royal Navy Flagship, HMS Albion, accompanied by HMS Dragon and RFA Lyme Bay arrived in Gibraltar today for programmed logistics support.
The Government says it very much regrets to inform the public that a female cross-frontier worker in her 40s has died from COVID-19.
The Government says it welcomes that the Opposition agrees with the Government that we need a positive agreement on a future relationship with the EU and one that protects our sovereignty, jurisdiction and control. This is, it says, precisely what the Government has been “tirelessly working on” for a very long time now, particularly with regards to border fluidity.
Representatives from Gibraltar Parents For Education (‘GPFE’) recently had the opportunity to meet with Minister Prof. John Cortes and Keri Scott, Senior Education Adviser at the Department of Education (‘DoE’).
Gibraltar Cultural Services (GCS), on behalf of the Ministry of Culture have today launched a new video archives portal, ‘Culture TV’. The project has been produced with the support of the Gibraltar Broadcasting Corporation and The Bulb.
The Prime Minister Boris Johnson has pledged his full support to Gibraltar and its people whatever happens in a telephone conversation with the Chief Minister Fabian Picardo this afternoon.