The #FreeTheKnee day for the Prostate Cancer Support Group Gibraltar will take place on Friday 31st July. This year’s edition of the charity event will adapt to adhere to the latest social distancing advice.
Remedial work, identified during recent mast and towers’ inspections, will shortly be conducted on the flag pole at Royal Battery (Rock Gun).
During the current pandemic, there have been many changes to GHA systems and procedures so it is understandable that, at the moment, there may be some confusion regarding the Primary Care’s contact details.
The Department of the Environment, Sustainability, Heritage and Climate Change (DESHCC) has implemented a temporary suspension to the 2020 Bluefin Tuna Open Season.
The Government has defended its approach to traffic and transport matters by saying that it is proud to have been elected on the basis of a Green Gibraltar manifesto that aspires to the best Gibraltar and is aware that making this bold vision a reality “will require brave decisions to be made about what want our future to look like.”
The Government has announced changes to the parking configuration within Grand Parade. Zone 1 parking for permit holders will see an increase to the existing stock from 127 to 211.
The Gibraltar Port Authority is advising members of the public who use paddle boards to limit use to within the area marked out by the beach marker buoys. Those who wish to venture further out are advised to wear a high visibility floatation device.
The Gibraltar Funds and Investments Association (GFIA) yesterday held its Annual General Meeting via Zoom.