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Apr 25 - Island Games Stamps Issued

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Apr 25 - Together Gibraltar To Hold Event At Stay Clean Charity

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Apr 25 - Together Gibraltar Say Government Is "Losing Their Grip" On Industrial Relations

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Apr 25 - Kitchen Studios To Exhibit At GEMA Gallery

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Apr 25 - ESG To Hold Public Meeting At John Mackintosh Hall

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Apr 24 - Youth Service Initiative For Young Adults With Learning Difficulties

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Mar 21 - What’s The Point Of Poetry?

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Today, to mark World Poetry Day, YGTV is publishing this piece by Giordano Durante. The text is from an assembly speech delivered last week at Prior Park School.

I have been invited here because of my previous work with the school as a poet, but the self who took in these surroundings in the late 1980s and early 1990s was not interested in poetry at all. In fact, it took time for me to become interested in anything academic.

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Mar 13 - The Climate Strike

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By Mark Montegriffo

There is a grand story to be told here about the duty to repair — to repair our relationship with the earth and with one another, to heal the deep wounds dating back to the founding of the country. Because while it is true that climate change is a crisis produced by an excess of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, it is also, in a more profound sense, a crisis produced by an extractive mindset — a way of viewing both the natural world and the majority of its inhabitants as resources to use up and then discard...But in remaining vigilant, we also have to be careful not to bury the overarching message: that this is a potential lifeline that we all have a sacred and moral responsibly to reach for.” – Naomi Klein, The Battle Lines Have Been Drawn on the Green New Deal (The Intercept).

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Mar 01 - Military Movements Review - February

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YGTV’s article series continues - each month, David Sanchez will review military visits to the Rock. Drawing on his in-depth knowledge and photographic skills, the articles will provide readers with valuable background facts to the aircraft and vessels that pop into the Rock.

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Feb 26 - Labour Backs Second Referendum - What Now?

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By Mark Montegriffo

People who have advocated a second referendum for over a year are now releasing a sigh of relief, me included. There’s a lot to unpack from the past few weeks in UK politics, particularly in the Labour party’s route to finally declaring the position of a people’s vote on Brexit as official party policy. So let’s get to it...

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