This picture, taken by one of our team, shows the early morning fog washing over the centre of Gib. According to weather reports, the fog is due to clear later on leading to a clear, warm and sunny start to the weekend.
Media – Police Reports
From 0700hrs Thursday the 18/07/2013 to 0700hrs Friday the 19/07/2013.
1 Report of Theft.
1 Report of Criminal Damage.
1 Report of Intentional Harassment, Alarm or Distress.
As both the public and the international press wait with baited breath for baby Prince or Princess of Cambridge to be born into the world, it has been noted that the child’s name is un-likely to be released for at least a week following its birth.
Regardless of the child’s gender, it is set to be the third in line for the thrown following their father Prince William and Grandfather Prince Charles. Press reports claim that William and Kate do not want to know the sex of their baby before it is born.
Local photographer Leo Hayes has done a short documentary on “Gibraltar’s Fittest Man.” The four minute long film is uploaded onto YouTube and covers the daily routine of a fitness freak from his early morning protein shake to his beach workout and Rock run.
The Gibraltar Amateur Drama Association will be staging a new play as part of the Autumn Festival, "Bang Bank Beirut", by Ray Cooney and Tony Hilton. Performance days will be Wednesday 30th and Thursday 31st October and Saturday 1st November.
As part of Miss Gibraltar 2013, Maroua Kharbouch’s Miss World bid, a video produced by Gib Media detailing Maroua’s unique life in Gibraltar. The video also explains how Gibraltar different from other countries partaking in the International pageant.
The Minister for Equality, Social Services and the Elderly, Samantha Sacramento, has attended a meeting in London as a member of the Steering Committee of Commonwealth Women Parliamentarians (CWP). The CWP was founded by women delegates in 1989 in order that women could discuss ways to increase female representation in Parliament and work towards the mainstreaming of gender considerations in all Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) activities and programmes.
The Ministry of Traffic, Housing and Technical Services wishes to inform the General Public that, as from 1st September 2013, persons wishing to apply for a learner’s licence in respect of mopeds or motorcycles will have to undertake a Compulsory Basic Training Course. This course will ensure that every person receives basic instruction on safe use and demonstrates a minimum level of skill.
It follows that a person may undertake Module 1 “Theoretical Training” and Module 2 “On Site Practical Training” once they attain the age of 16 years and 6 months. However, Module 3, which is conducted on public roads, can only be completed once a person attains the age of 17 years old.