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Apr 29 - Government Reacts To Final EU Negotiating Guidelines

Apr 29 - Government Reacts To Final…

The Government has this a...

Apr 27 - Gibraltar In The International Media Spotlight

Apr 27 - Gibraltar In The Internati…

In the last few weeks the...

Apr 27 - Positive Parenting “Train the Trainer” Course Announced

Apr 27 - Positive Parenting “Train …

Childline Gibraltar will ...

Apr 27 – GSD Meets With Emily Thornberry

Apr 27 – GSD Meets With Emily Thorn…

The GSD Leader, Deputy Le...

Apr 27 – Regiment Presents Long Service And Good Conduct Medals

Apr 27 – Regiment Presents Long Ser…

In one of his last tasks ...

Apr 27 - Shadow Foreign Secretary In Gibraltar

Apr 27 - Shadow Foreign Secretary I…

The Shadow Foreign Secret...

Apr 27 – Chief Minister’s ‘State Of The Nation’ Address To The Chamber Of Commerce Annual Dinner

Apr 27 – Chief Minister’s ‘State Of…

Here’s the full text of y...

Apr 27 - Poetry Night At The Kasbar

Apr 27 - Poetry Night At The Kasbar

Have you been to The Kasb...

Apr 27 - Gibraltar At The ‘Routes Europe Forum’

Apr 27 - Gibraltar At The ‘Routes E…

Gibraltar was represented...

Apr 27 – Hassan Nahon: Unite Should Focus On Supporting Its Members

Apr 27 – Hassan Nahon: Unite Should…

Independent MP Marlene Ha...

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Apr 01 - My Relationship With Instagram…

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By Shameem Guilliano

Every morning I’ll wake up, check any emails or messages I may have on my phone and then automatically open up Instagram. I’ll scroll for about 10 minutes, then open up the Explore page, scroll for another 5 minutes and then I’ll check out the Following section to see what people I follow have liked recently (particularly hilarious when someone doesn’t realise they’ve liked the 10th random fetish page in a row and everyone can see that). Okay, done. I’ll then get out of bed, make myself a coffee and find myself opening Instagram again as if anything has honestly changed and some amazing, glorious photo I need to see right now has been posted.

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Apr 02 - “I’ll Just Have Some Chips”

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By Stefano Blanca Sciacaluga

In the second week of February I left to spend a week in the UK, half of it alone in Portsmouth and half of it with a friend, in London. I woke up on the first morning in Southsea and I couldn’t have been happier: It was snowing, freezing cold and I had a full day of things I wanted to check out; I wasn’t even fazed by the four or five pints from the night before. I was excited.

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Apr 10 - Job-Hunting In Gib As A Graduate

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By Shameem Guilliano

It’s really hard to secure employment in Gibraltar – many of us would know. Unless you have a degree in law or accounting you’re essentially left to the Graduate Scheme for a number of years in the hopes that one of the companies you work for (for a ridiculously low wage) hires you after your contract is up. I agree that employment should never be handed to someone just because they ask, but do not pay for so many students to go to university and then have no employment opportunities for them when they get back unless, as said before, they have a degree in law or accounting.

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Apr 14 - Living A (Tasty) Lie

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By Stefano Blanca Sciacaluga

Give me a book and I’ll analyse everything about it, before I even start to read it; take me to an art gallery and you bet I’ll be the guy that gets told off for touching a Miró* or watch me take out my phone to record sunlight float across any old object whilst some interesting sounds happen in the background. I’m all about the stimuli.

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