The Minister for Digital and Financial Services, Albert Isola, recently participated in the Ministerial Panel at the Hainan Free Trade Zone Global Digital Economic Cooperation Forum, hosted in Haikou, the capital city of Hainan, China.
At a meeting in No6 Convent Place, several Government departments met with the Gibraltar Dyslexia Support Group in order to move forward on the ‘Dyslexia Pledge’ which was made by the Chief Minister earlier this year.
easyJet has announced it will launch a new route from Gibraltar to Edinburgh, the first direct connection between Gibraltar and Scotland. This will become the fifth route easyJet now operates from Gibraltar, joining existing services to London Gatwick, London Luton, Manchester and Bristol.
The Minister for Culture, Prof John Cortes, has sent a message of best wishes on behalf of everyone in Gibraltar to Miss Gibraltar Celine Bolaños who is participating at the Miss World Pageant taking place in London this coming Saturday 14th December.
The regulations for the Financial Services Act have now been made public on the GFSC Website (http://www.fsc.gi/regulated-firms/lrp/draft-regs) in anticipation of their formal publication and coming into effect in January 2020.
The Government says it will once again temporarily suspend all Residential and District Parking Zones from Tuesday 24 December until Wednesday 1 January 2020, inclusive.
The Pledge For Life campaign hosted by the Gibraltar Pro Life Movement (GPLM) ended last night after an “extremely successful” 30 hours of fundraising.
To coincide with the week on which International Day of People with Disabilities was marked, the Ministry of Equality gave a presentation, as part of its Equality Means Business strategy, to members of the GFSB on the 5th of December as part of the GFSB’s Breakfast Club initiative as an introduction to the more in depth training offered by the Ministry.