The Chief Minister, the Hon Fabian Picardo, will leave Gibraltar this Sunday in order to attend the Labour Party Conference in Brighton. He will return on Monday evening.
Whilst he is away, the Deputy Chief Minister, the Hon Joseph Garcia, will act as Chief Minister.
As the Gibraltar Football Association finds itself busier and busier, local support continues to reign with Sports Minister Steven Linares today unveiling a post-box hand painted in GFA colours emblazoned with the club’s badge.
Tomorrow sees Gibraltar’s 9th participation in the inspiring global Clean up the World campaign. CUTW Australia, founders of this great campaign say, “The estimated 35 million volunteers, who take part in Clean Up the World, are taking responsibility for the environment – and the effects are felt not only in the community in which they take place, but right across the planet. Our campaign theme - Our Place… Our Planet… Our Responsibility - highlights how local action – taken by every community and volunteer involved in a Clean Up the World activity – has a global impact.”
This Sunday, as from 1pm, The Gibraltar Gaels will host a free Open Day at the Victoria Stadium, in order to showcase Gaelic Football to prospective players in Gibraltar.
The team holds the title for current Andalucían Gaelic Football Champions and will begin training for the season ahead in the coming weeks. The Gaels encourage anyone of any ability, to come along and try out.