• Threat Level to Remain at Moderate
  • Threat Level to Remain at Moderate

    In response to last night’s incident in Algeciras, the Gibraltar Contingency Council (GCC) met this morning, 26th January, to review security matters. The meeting was co-chaired by his Excellency the Governor and the Chief Minister.

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May 10 Childline Day Conference

Childline GibraltarChildline Gibraltar have announced a multidisciplinary day conference to be held on Wednesday 5th June. The conference, titled “Working Together to Safeguard Children” will take place at the Eliott Hotel.

The main speaker will be John Cameron who is Head of Child Protection Operations at the NSPCC and the topics to be covered on the day will include the Savile Case and Operation Yewtree, current guidance and its impact on good multidisciplinary practice, the managing and sharing of child abuse information, working with anonymous disclosures, NSPCC campaigns and the issue of online abuse.

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May 10 Chief Minister Attends Seville Conference

Fabian PicardoThe Chief Minister Fabian Picardo is in Seville today to attend a series of talks on “Gibraltar, 300 years after the Treaty of Utrecht.” Several speakers are participating including the Spanish Ambassador to the 3rd UN Conference on Maritime Law, Jose Antonio Barberan and Professor of International Law, Pablo Antonio Fernandez Sanchez. The Chief Minister will address the conference on the “Gibraltarian Dimension of Gibraltar.”

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May 09 - Isobel Ellul-Hammond MBE: May Questions to Parliament

Gibraltar Politics - GSDFor May’s session of Parliament, Opposition Spokesman for Health, Isobel Ellul-Hammond, will be asking the Minister for Health, Dr Cortes, to explain the equipment, care pathway and training for upper body lymphoedema treatments to breast cancer sufferers and survivors. Further questions will include when the hydrotherapy pool at St Bernard’s Hospital will be opened for those who need it; what the contingency is when an emergency ambulance is called and they are otherwise engaged and unable to attend; whether the plastic surgery initiative will continue at Xanit Hospital and what the system is for a patient seen at A&E, and then found needing secondary care or further tests, but not necessarily immediately.

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