• CM On Treaty: “We All Want Agreement This Year”
  • CM On Treaty: “We All Want Agreement This Year”

    The Government says it has noted statements made this afternoon by the Foreign Minister of Spain, Jose Manuel Albares in the context of a meeting with Mayors of the neighbouring Municipalities that make up the Mancommuninidad de Municipios of the Campo de Gibraltar.

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Feb 25 - Government Criticises GSD Housing Complaints

gibraltar governmentLast week, the GSD Opposition urged the Government to reveal exactly how many Government rental properties will be provided during their first term. The Government has today responded by noting that the housing projects announced to date will cater for approximately 950 flats, about 140 of which have been earmarked for rental.

A Government statement released today added, ‘the exact number will be known once the tenders have been awarded and the exact room composition is known. The Government have announced five housing projects and put three of them to tender in only 14 months. It took the GSD ten years to get to this position. Therefore their continuous nitpicking on these issue lacks any credibility.’

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Gibraltar Crime Report for 22nd - 24th February

rgpMedia – Police Reports

From 0700hrs 22/02/13 to 0700hrs 24/02/13

 

Arrests

1 Person arrested for Disorderly conduct Whilst Intoxicated.

1 Person arrested for Driving Whilst Disqualified.

2 Persons arrested for Driving Whilst Over The Prescribed Limit.

1 Person arrested for Using a Motor vehicle Without a Policy of Insurance.

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Feb 25 - Parliament Approves Video Broadcasting of Sessions

parliamentDuring Friday’s Parliament session, the Chief Minister tabled a motion on the video broadcasting of parliamentary proceedings. Mr. Picardo noted that as part of the Government’s initiative to update and modernise Parliament.

In a speech, made to the Speaker, the Chief Minister insisted that he believes the majority of Gibraltar’s community are looking forward to being able to see the workings of Parliament through high quality video cameras, which are set to be installed following the refurbishment in March.

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