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Jul 21 - Gibraltar Consultative Council To Meet For First Time On Monday

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In 2015, the Chief Minist...

Jul 21 - Summer Sports And Leisure Programme For Next Week

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The Summer Sports and Lei...

Jul 21 - Record Best For Gibraltar Athletes At Day Two At Youth Commonwealth Games

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Day two at the Youth Co...

Jul 21 - Customs Clamp Down On Western Beach Smuggling

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Following a recent spike ...

Jul 21 – Wendy Garro Appointed New GNDO President

Jul 21 – Wendy Garro Appointed New …

The Gibraltar National Da...

Jul 20 - Gibraltar Contingency Council Meeting – Threat Level Remains Unchanged

Jul 20 - Gibraltar Contingency Coun…

A routine meeting of the ...

Jul 20 - Bella Vista Day Centre “Working At Near Full Capacity”

Jul 20 - Bella Vista Day Centre “Wo…

The Bella Vista Day Centr...

Jul 20 - Teenager Arrested Following Moped Theft – RGP Also Investigating 11-Year-Old “Joy Rider”

Jul 20 - Teenager Arrested Followin…

A 14-year-old boy was arr...

Jul 20 - Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra To Perform In Gibraltar

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Jul 20 - The Llanito And The Beach

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By Stefano Blanca Sciacaluga

It is summah, and in Gibraltar we’ve already pretty much moved to the beach. I like the beach, and I’ve always done, all my life. Well, apart from a few years where I hardly went…Anyway, I like the beach. I really like swimming more than anything, and just floating in the water, preferably where it’s too deep to reach and just watching and hearing everything from a distance, getting away from all the noise. Because even if like me you’d rather go to a quiet, empty beach, it’s just not going to happen unless you go off-season or at the times during the week that everybody’s at work; but sooner or later you’re going to have to go to a busy Gibraltarian beach.

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Jul 07 - The Sound Of Silence And The Great Communicator

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By Stefano Blanca Sciacaluga

I was sat at a piano, just yesterday morning, playing a theme song of a popular children's cartoon television show of the nineties. I've been a musician for more than a decade now and the whole time I've wished I had been sent to piano lessons; but it wasn't in my plans. I chose guitar over piano in school and went down the rock music route, expanding onto other stringed instruments and gracing the stage just a few times with plenty of other musicians - not to say that piano doesn't have a place in rock music, but you know.

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Jun 30 - Living With The Passage Of Time

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By Stefano Blanca Sciacaluga

I've always been quite grounded. At fifteen I was under the impression that by the time I am the age I am now - twenty-five - I'd have everything figured out, I'd know what I was doing. But now I'm a quarter of a century old, ten years down the line and I've only ticked one of the few entries on my list of things I was sure I'd have figured out by now. I was convinced that by the time I'd finished university it would only be a short while until I had a job and lived on my own; but the fact is it took me a bit longer than 'a short while' to get a job, even longer to get a job I don't get crippling anxiety for in the morning and I'm still having to quietly walk around the house as I make myself a packed lunch and breakfast, trying my best to not wake my parents who are asleep in their room down the corridor.

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Jun 24 - I Do Do Mornings

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By Stefano Blanca Sciacaluga

Nothing makes me happier these days than seeing my weekday alarm set for six or six thirty in the morning. No, I'm not trying to be funny; I love an early morning, and no, I haven't gone crazy.

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