On her maiden voyage, the UK's biggest ever cruise liner, P&O's Britannia called in to Gibraltar today on its first stop. To mark the occasion Tourism Minister Samantha Sacramento presented the ship's Captain, Paul Brown with a commemorative plate. The crew exchanged plaques with the Gibraltar Port and expressed their delight in being in Gibraltar, despite the weather.
The incredible vessel boasts a host of marvels which were shown off to the Minister, her team at the Tourist Board and representatives of the Port and the Borders & Coastguards Agency.
YGTV Gibraltar News Video: Miss Gibraltar 2015 Has its Second Contestant Sign Up
The second contestant to sign up to Miss Gibraltar 2015, Hannah Bado, aged 22 today spoke to YGTV on why she decided to participat ein the pageant, what she hopes to achieve and what she's most looking forward to...
YGTV Gibraltar News Video: Gibraltar Hair & Beauty Academy Launched
Still in its infancy, the Gibraltar Hair and Beauty Academy, offering City and Guilds courses in hair and beauty at the Gibraltar College, as from September, hosted a stall at the careers fair earlier this week. YGTV spoke to academy director Katherine Haigh for an insight into the course and how they managed to bring it to Gibraltar...
Those looking to register their interest in the course can do so by calling 54023069 or 200 66111
YGTV Gibraltar News Video: Careers Fair - An Insight into Work Around Gibraltar
Organised by Bayside, Westside and the gibraltar College the Careers Fair provides students with the opportunity to find out more about potential career paths in Gibraltar, as well as providing opportunities to meet and discuss relevant issues with potential employers and key personnel.
Feb 20 - NHS Employers Link with GHA will Hugely Benefit Staff
The Gibraltar Health Authority (GHA) has entered into a formal agreement with the UK’s NHS Employers, which will allow it access to the various services provided by that organisation.
These services include access to publications which include guidance and case studies, access to seminars and webinars on topics such as health and wellbeing at work, staff engagement, organisational development, raising concerns at work, equality and diversity, and support on all Human Resource issues.
YGTV Gibraltar News Video: Gibraltar's Stephen Whatley Plays the Masters
Young chess prodigy Stephen Whatley has this year returned to compete at the Tradewise International Chess Festival, where he first cut his teeth seven years ago.
Competing this year in the Masters Tournament against older and more experienced players, we caught up with Stephen to discuss his ranking, his experiences competing across the world and the growth of the Festival.