The Government is pleased to announce that, to date, a record total of 340 summer job placements in the public sector have been offered to university students who are back in Gibraltar for their summer holidays. 226 students started work on 1st July with the remaining 114 scheduled to commence at later dates, as requested by the individual students themselves.
Media – Police Reports
From 0700hrs 2nd July 2013 to 0700hrs 3rd July 2013.
1 Report of Theft
1 Report of Assault
The Government has replied to the accusations from the GSD published earlier today:
The latest statement by Mr Feetham in relation to the fantastic five star Sunborn Hotel demonstrates that he is unable to understand even his own questions in Parliament, let alone the Government’s very clear and unequivocal answers.
July 02 - Government Says That Principal Auditor “Confirms GSD Government Payments To GSD Minister’s Family”
The Government has issued the following statement:
- Confirmed that £221,250 paid for an expired licence to SP Butchers Ltd
- Confirmed that arrears of rent written off without proper authority on instructions from former Chief Minister
The Government has now received the report of the Principal Auditor into the payment by the GSD Government of almost half a million pounds (four hundred and eighty thousand pounds) to the family of Edwin Reyes in February 2008.
In response to the Government’s most recent statement on the state of public finances, which continues ‘to deceive the public’, the Opposition has insisted that the Chief Minister is using the Financial Secretary’s memo to ‘to create an entirely false picture that there was only £20 million left in the kitty in December 2011. That coupled with the fact that during his reply at the time of the Budget he compared our public finances with those of La Linea, was calculated to create the impression that we were broke when he was elected into office and that he has performed a financial miracle in 18 months.’
As previously announced Monsignor Charles Azzopardi and a group of youngsters from the Diocesan Youth Group will travel to Rio de Janeiro on the 17th July where they will be representing Gibraltar at the World Youth Day.
As is also common knowledge, His Holiness Pope Francis will be presiding over the events.
The following parking restrictions will apply in order to facilitate access to polling stations for the by-election on Thursday the 4th of July:
Parking of vehicles will not be permitted at the below listed locations as from 1700hrs (5pm) on Wednesday the 3rd July 2013 to 2300hrs (11pm) on Thursday the 4th July 2013:
Polling Station Parking Restrictions:
Laguna Youth Club: Parking area outside the youth club
St. Anne’s School; Bayside Road (north) outside the entrance to the school gates to its junction with Glacis Road
Plater Youth Club: Upper car park leading to the stairs by the youth club.
A team of young students from Gibraltar came second place at the Young Enterprise UK national finals held in London.
Judges at the finals held in Kensington Town Hall on Monday night were impressed with Bootz produced by Team Elementz – a water resistant overshoe designed to help keep your shoes and feet dry in wet weather and can also be easily stored away.