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YGTV Daily News Video - 28/10/2011

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YGTV News Oct 27th 2011

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 The Government and the MoD have signed the power transfer agreement.


  The Gibraltar Government and the MOD have signed an Agreement under which the MOD transfers to the Gibraltar Government the MOD power station and its high voltage electricity distribution system throughout Gibraltar. After the transfer all MOD electricity generating staff pass into the employment of the Gibraltar Government owned company, and the Government will in future supply electricity to the MOD. The agreement and the transfer become effective on 30st November 2011.

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YGTV News Oct 26th 2011

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The ESG are worried following the recent rain about pollution off Western Beach…


 The ESG and Western Beach user group have been told their EU petition will be heard before Christmas on the pollution situation at Western Beach. The problem hasn’t gone away because the La Linea municipality rerouted it towards the eastern side.

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YGTV News Oct 25th 2011

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Sounding like a political tit for tat day …


Both GONHS and Dr Cortes respond to the Chief Minister’s attack yesterday…  


  After yesterdays press release punting John Cortes for an alleged political stunt both he and the GONHS have come out today in response. Gonhs have vehemently denied any such action and in fact claimed it was a cross the board decision not to attend the inauguration given the construction company (Sharrock Shand) ignored some of their basic suggestions including salt resistant plants (makes sense to us). Also throwing his tuppence in Dr Cortes points out that he has always been apolitical during his tenure at GONHS and any Minister could vouch for that.

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YGTV News Oct 24th 2011

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These are the YGTV Main Headlines today From Gibraltar on Monday 24th October



An anonymous letter from the Fire Station to Panorama sparks a response from the Government


  The Gibraltar Government has expressed via an official Press Release the disappointment in the “totally inaccurate and sensationalist statements” made via a letter to the media without the support of the aka UNITE. Read more ...

YGTV News Oct 14th 2011

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The YGTV Main headlines today on Fri 14thth October.



More implications of Gibraltar’s legal system being a little too cozy with each other.


  Yesterday, John Jones, the UK barrister representing Miss Desoiza, delivered his closing submissions and turned his focus on Sir Murray Stuart Smith, President of the Gibraltar Court of Appeal and chairman of the JSC, and on Chief Justice Anthony Dudley. He reflected on a meeting between the two men and his client, an encounter that predated the complaints against Miss Desoiza and the disciplinary process.

  During that meeting, Sir Murray and Mr Justice Dudley were said to have invited Miss Desoiza to transfer to another government department on the same pay. A few days later, the Registrar received an offer of a transfer from the Ministry of Justice. Read more ...

YGTV News Oct 13th 2011

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The YGTV Main headlines today on Thurs 12th October…

 

Ex Labour Europe Minister Denis McShane believes UK should revisit talks with UK bilaterally.

 

Leader of the Opposition thinks a bribery and corruption act could enter Gibraltar’s books.

 

Fabian Vinet confirms his name is in the hat.

 

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A 15 year old is found dead at the roadside between Ronda and Marbella.

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YGTV News Oct 12th 2011

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 Our YGTV Main Headlines Today

 

UN adopts the Gibraltar position on talks... maybe

 

We have more on Anabelle Desoiza’s wrangle with the JSC…

 

A Spanish patrol vessel sailed to the entrance of Marina Bay

 

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Employment inspectors are investigating a Murcia fruit company whose staff are obliged to wear a ‘toilet’ sign with the word ‘aseo’ around their necks after asking for permission to use the bathroom.

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YGTV News Oct 11th 2011

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The Main headlines for Gibraltar today:

Southport Ditch finished…

Del Agua announces staff awards at GHA

Picardo is making a New Fire Brigade HQ a GSLP promise

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Rumours of an RGP GDP cock fight leads to the Governor’s intervention.

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YGTV News Oct 10th 2011

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Main Headlines Today for Gibraltar

Jaime Netto met with Asuncion Barranco to discuss cross border co-operation between Gibraltar and La Linea.

Opposition Leader Picardo wrote to Top Civil servant Armstrong back in September and has so far not received a reply.

Chief Minister now likes Facebook?

2 Gibraltarians arrested in £4 million drugs case.

And finally 3 sided football is it going to catch on?

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YGTV News Oct 7th 2011 - Fri

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The Main headlines today on Fri 7thth October…

It’s baffled observers all summer, their predictions swinging between the two main political parties. But the answer today would appear to be that the GSLP/Liberal Alliance would sweep to victory if an election were held now. And they would do so with a 16% lead. That was the upshot of a joint Gibraltar Chronicle / GBC opinion poll carried out over Sunday to Tuesday of this week on a sample of some 3% of the electorate which stands at near 22,000. According to the findings – discounting, as would happen at a general election, the 22% of those polled who ‘don’t know – the Alliance with 54% has a clear majority, with a 16% lead over the GSD. The GSD in turn falls to 38%. The PDP remains in its long trapped figure of around 8%.

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