Following the release of recent press reports the GRA have today insisted that they did not send bailiffs into CTS’ premises, instead they are acting in the enforcement of judgements obtained against the company, by other parties.
The search warrant was executed for the purpose of an investigation regarding the provision of service without a license, pursuant to the relevant provisions of the Communications Act.
Yesterday evening, Minister for Culture, Steven Linares officially opened the Young Artist 2013 Competition exhibition at the John Mackintosh Hall. A total of forty – nine artists submitted seventy-two works. The exhibition saw a great deal of interest from the local youth, with individuals as young as 14 years old submitting pieces.
Commenting on the competition, Minister Linares explained that the quality of the work continues to rise every year.
The GSD yesterday claimed that regarding the issue of Government Debentures and Public Finance. The Party claims that the Government has yet again sought to ‘play the man rather than the ball’.
The comment that the Leader of the Opposition does not understand public finance without dealing with any of the issues raised in our communiqué last week, which are genuinely of concern to Government debenture holders, is simply symptomatic of the way the Government habitually conduct politics. They seem determined not to focus on the issues and properly explain their policy.
The Gibraltar Culture and Heritage Agency has today released the 2013 Gibraltar Drama Festival’s programme. The event will run from Tuesday 12th March to Saturday 16th March.
The Festival will begin on Tuesday at 8pm in the Bayside School Drama Studio, with the Bayside & Westside Drama Group’s production, ‘Going Underground’ a drama by Christopher Morgan; and their second production, ‘Flavius’ a drama by Julian Felice.