The Government was briefed earlier today by the Strategic Coordinating Group dealing with the water disruption. AquaGib has advised that the situation remains stable with stock levels expected to continue to increase over the weekend.
The Gibraltar Football Association has announced Adidas as their next official kit supplier.
Below follows an article written by Kyle Bautista and Chris Cardona from the Gibraltar Commonwealth Youth Association (GCYA):
Building from the previous article that highlighted the youth’s contribution in all aspects of society, the GCYA would like to call on Gibraltar’s Youth to commemorate International Youth Day. The youth’s role in society is pivotal, from providing new ideas, to encouraging growth and development by challenging existing practices. In such an unknown and ambiguous period of time, largely as a result of the Brexit vote, the youth’s role has been increased as it is from them where solutions can be found.
Together Gibraltar says it notes and welcomes the Government's prompt reply to the party's enquiries about plans to sell and relocate Mount Alvernia.
The Perseid meteor shower is one of the most anticipated celestial events in the Northern Hemisphere. Though the “shooting stars” are already lighting up the skies in small numbers, the pace will accelerate around 11th-13th August, making them easy to view without a telescope from a dark site.
Two local men have been banned from driving by the Magistrates’ Court this week after pleading guilty to drink and drug driving offences.
Minister for Culture, John Cortes, has congratulated Danza Academy on their success at the Global Dance Open Finals held in Porto, Portugal in June, where 35 nations and thousands of dancers "competed fiercely."
A local teenager has been jailed for two months after pleading guilty to two burglaries and an attempted burglary.