What an astronomical week we have had! From the fireball(bolide) seen streaking across our skies to the asteroid BU2023 which made one of the closest approaches by a known near-Earth object(NEO) ever recorded. And now we have the infamous Green Comet which can be observed gracing the firmaments.
As part of its Equality Means Business workstream, the Ministry of Equality has today hosted a seminar for the private sector on how business premises can be made more accessible in light of the legislative changes that will be coming into force as part of the Disability Act 2017.
Responding to the GSD statement, the Government says it reminds Mr Clinton that the LNG facility is “NOT operated by the Government but by GASNOR.”
Unite have through the course of the week balloted Union members at Morrisons on potential strike action. This comes at the back of a vote whereby 100% of Unite members rejected the pay offer from the employer, which stood at 20p an hour.
The GSD says the Government "cannot avoid responsibility” for yesterday’s power cut.
Below follows a statement from the Government regarding failure of gas supply:
The Government has been informed by GASNOR, the operator of the SHELL and HMGoG owned Gibraltar LNG Terminal,that the supply of gas to the GEA Power Station, which resulted in a power cut last night, was a consequence of a failure of the temperature sensor TZT142A for the vaporiser in service at the time.
Year 2 pupils at St Joseph’s Lower Primary school celebrated Chinese New Year as part of their China project.
A two-day workshop on the development of a new biodiversity strategy for the UK's Overseas Territories, including Gibraltar, was opened on Wednesday by the Minister for the Environment, Prof. John Cortes, and the Deputy Governor, Marc Holland.