The Governor’s office yesterday released a statement in regard to the recent Spanish newspaper, ABC’s interview with Spanish Secretary of State, Mendez de Benito. In the article, the Secretary of State said “there are bilateral talks going on with London”.
A statement released by the FCO says:
A group of members from Dolphins Youth Club spent Saturday morning helping paint Nun’s Well alongside other members from the community which also included the Explorer Scouts. The event was organised by Tommy Finlayson of the ‘Wake Up Gibraltar Group’ who had previously obtained the go ahead for the event via the Volunteer Projects Coordination meetings with the Heritage Department (Museum), the Gibraltar Heritage Trust and GONHS. The youth club had previously worked alongside Tommy in last year’s ‘Clean Up The World’ event at the Northern Defences.
Customers of NatWest can now download a new App designed to help them manage their finances from their iPhone.
Dedicated Apps are available for both retail and business customers.The banking Apps enable personal and business customers to transfer money between accounts, check balances, view mini-statements and check directions to where the nearest NatWest branch or cash machine are located.
The Royal Navy’s Trafalgar Class Nuclear Submarine, HMS Talent is visiting Gibraltar today as part of her scheduled operational tasking. Commenting on the visit, Chief Minister Fabian Picardo explained that the movement of Royal Navy vessels is not a matter within the Constitutional competence of Her Majesty's Government of Gibraltar.