Gibraltar’s long naval and military history has been exhaustively investigated by historians for hundreds of years. Now for the first time a new book, “Eliott’s Gold” by Roy Clinton, unravels the mystery of this little-known episode in the Rock’s history.
Gibraltar Cultural Services, on behalf of the Ministry of Culture, says it is continuously engaging with the community and placing great importance on education, particularly for children, and is therefore now working on making the Art Galleries more interactive and a place which young people can enjoy further.
Gibraltar Cultural Services, on behalf of the Ministry of Culture, has announced that the public voting for the 2020 Cultural Awards will commence this Friday 4th September.
The Self Determination for Gibraltar Group has announced the programme of events for this year’s Gibraltar National Day on Thursday 10th September.
Government To Catering Association: Curfew Is Proportionate Measure That Balances Business And Public Health Requirements
The Government has replied to the statement from the Catering Association and asks them to "please note the importance of these measures and the fast developing situation that our nation is facing in the growth of COVID-19 cases." In the circumstances, says the Government, it has been necessary for the Government to act quickly and decisively in this way. Number Six says it is necessary to stop some of the socialising we have seen which has been contrary to the public health advice and the "failure of some catering establishments or their patrons to keep to rules."