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Oct 25 - Raising Down's Syndrome Awareness

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mara mahtaniIn an effort to celebrate the ability and talents of to Down’s Syndrome through Down’s Syndrome Awareness month,

With October covering Down’s Syndrome awareness month, retailer F&F, along with local photographer Bianca Baglietto, celebrated the abilities and talents of six year old Mara Mahtani through a photoshoot, during which Mara was able to wear a selection of new outfits given to her by F&F.

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Oct 24 - Charity Sail Kicks Off in Gibraltar

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charity sailOn Saturday 26 October, weather permitting; 46-year-old Richard Mayon-White will be unfurling the sails on Haskapa, a 6.5 metre mini transatlantic class yacht, and embarking on his ocean crossing with a difference.  He’ll navigate through the Strait, sail south to follow the western coastline of Morocco and the Sahara, and then meet the Tropic of Cancer at 23 degrees north.  This famous line of latitude will then dictate his course for 4,000 miles, before reaching Fort Lauderdale around a month later.

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Oct 21 - RGP Charity Committee Hands Over Mobility Scooter

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On Friday,  Acting Commissioner of Police Mr Ian McGrail on behalf of the Royal Gibraltar Police Charity Committee handed over a mobility scooter to Mr Avelino Segui a retired RGP Officer.

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Oct 08 - Gibraltar Multiple Sclerosis Society Awareness Day

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gmmsThis Saturday, the Gibraltar Multiple Sclerosis Society will host an awareness day, with stands to be manned in the Piazza, Casemates Square and opposite the Convent. The flag day will run from 10:30 am to 2:30pm with patients, carers and society supporters available to hand out leaflets and talk to individuals who wish to know more about the society or the condition.

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Oct 08 - BabySTEPPS Maternity Ward Donation

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babysteppsLocal Charity BabySTEPPs aims to lend support and care to new parents suffering bereavement following baby loss. The charity has this year raised over £10,000, earmarking 10% of this for research into pregnancy health. These funds have been donated the ‘RESCUE’ project, which studies the best way to treat women who are threatened with premature labour at a stage in pregnancy where delivery would mean that the baby could not survive.

Thanks to financial support provided by the Kusuma Trust, the charity partook in a 3-day training session with a senior member of UK charity SANDS, which deals with Stillbirth and Neonatal Death.

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Oct 04 - A 20,000 KM Journey on a 125 cc Motorbike – London to Johannesburg for Help for Heroes

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help for heroes Former soldier, Will Moore has embarked on a 20,000-kilometre challenge that will see him travel from London to Johannesburg on a 125 cc motorbike. In an effort to raise money for injured war soldiers through the Help for Heroes charity.

Will embarked on his solo adventure last month and is currently well on his way to stopping off in Gibraltar, where he will take the ferry to Tangier and continue his journey through impoverished African countries, as well as a large chunk of the Sahara Desert.

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Oct 01 - Government Condemns Spain's 'Hatred Against Gibraltarians' - Commissions Investigation into Spanish Incitement to Hatred

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spanish flagThe Government has insisted that it takes a very serious view of the campaign of hostility against Gibraltar and its people, which continues in Spain.

This follows a series of irresponsible and untrue accusations made by Ministers and officials of the Spanish state against Gibraltar, which have in turn predictably been exaggerated further by certain sectors of the Spanish media and have now sparked off a climate of hatred against Gibraltarians.

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Oct 01 - RGP Cycle for Charity

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rgp restOn Saturday 5 October 2013 the Royal Gibraltar Police Charity Committee will hold a 12-hour static cycling marathon in conjunction with the up coming RGP Mini Olympiad. The event will start at 8am and run through to 8pm, outside Morrisons Supermarket.

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Sep 27 - Linares Presents Gibraltar Fair and National Day Charity Funds

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linaresCulture Minister Steven Linares this morning presented cheques to the value of £7000 this morning to a number of charities involved in the Gibraltar Fair and National Day festivities. These included the Catholic Education Service, the Gibraltar Lions Club, the Psychological Support Group and St. John’s Ambulance.

Commenting on the matter, Minister Linares, who was accompanied by SDGG Chairman Dennis Matthews, noted that the charities provided the fair with a unique local flavour. He added, ‘Her Majesty’s Government is indebted to those charities and to other non-charitable organisations and volunteer groups, because of the variety and support they bring to our annual festivities.’

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