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Oct 29 - Government Insists Opposition Criticism of St. Joseph’s Annex is Absurd

govt crestIn response to the GSD’s recent criticism of the new classrooms at St. Joseph’s First and Middle School the Government has claimed that, ‘it is a matter of deep concern that the Opposition has sought to attack the Government without any attempt whatsoever to discover the true facts and without caring about the truth.’

A No.6 statement accuses the Opposition of ‘clutching at straws ‘and at every rumour that they can attach themselves to in their efforts to denigrate the Government’s drive to improve not just the financial and human resources in our schools, but also the buildings and facilities for the education of our children.’

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Oct 29 - Government Purchases Former Rowing Club Site for £3 Million

govt crestThe Government has announced a number of transactions in the public interest in order to make way for housing and car parking for our people.

The Government has purchased the ex-Mediterranean Rowing Club (MRC) site in Glacis Road for £ 3 million. Their intention is to develop the site primarily for car parking with the provision of hundreds of car parking spaces for residents of the area including Glacis and Glacis Road, for the marinas and businesses of the area and for the general public. There may be office or residential units above the car park and the ground floor will be earmarked for commercial use.

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Oct 29 - Gibraltar Hosts First Comedy Festival Dubbed 'Comedy Rocks'

comedy rocksProduced by the Gibraltar Entertainment Network, Comedy Rocks will bring together three UK acts over two nights at the John Mackintosh Hall Theatre, with performances starting at 8pm. London Musical comedy cabaret double act ‘Frisky & Mannish’ will take to the stage on Friday 8th November with their style of parody consisting of ‘shrewdly crafted, expertly delivered and rapturously received observations on pop music’.

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