The Government has said that the Opposition do themselves no favours by highlighting the position of arrears of housing rent. A spokesperson said: “They have the cheek to complain that these stand at £4.9 million when no less than £4 million of that sum was actually inherited from them during their time in office!”
The Royal Navy Type 23 frigate HMS Somerset is making a routine visit to the Rock prior to commencing a six month operational deployment East of Suez.
The Governor, Lieutenant General Sir James Dutton, continued his familiarisation of British Forces Gibraltar with a visit to RAF Gibraltar today.
As part of its commitments under the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive, the Environmental Action & Management Plan and the Government’s Green Procurement Policy, the Department of the Environment is organising a two-day training course on sustainable construction.
The Police Complaints Board has published its annual report covering 2103. Here is the report in its entirety:
The GSD Opposition says that Government rent arrears have, in the time the GSLP have been in administration, increased from £4million to almost £5million. In answers to Parliament, Minister Paul Balban confirmed that as of end of November 2013, unpaid rents stood at £4,881.807.
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HMS Somerset will arrive in Gibraltar on Monday for a short visit, as she sets out on a six-month operational deployment East of Suez.
Following a 9-month package of training she left her home in Devonport yesterday and Gibraltar will be her first port of call.