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Jul 20 - Smoking Banned In Play Parks, Outdoor Fitness Centres And Bathing Pavilion

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Jul 19 - Government Says It Did The Right Thing In Protecting Francis Flats Tenants

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Jul 19 - Hassan Nahon: “Unclear” Housing Act Amendment Points To “Failure Of The Barristocracy”

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Jul 19 - Gibraltar Cricket Appoint Matthew Hunter As New National Captain

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Jul 19 - Two Men Arrested For Immigration Offences

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Jul 19 - GSD Says Chief Minister “Misinformed Parliament” During Housing Act Debate

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Jul 19 - Reduced Rental Fee And More Docking Stations As Part Of RediBikes Phase 2

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Jul 18 - Government Rejects GGCA Suggestions: “No Dispute With ITLD”

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Aug 11 - Reviewed Speed Limits Will Be Put In Place At Europa Road

As part of the recommendations of the Sustainable Traffic, Transport & Parking Plan, HM Government of Gibraltar is pleased to announce the introduction of reviewed speed limits along Europa Road.

From the junction at Elliott’s Way up to the roundabout by the Mosque, Europa Road will see the introduction of various revised speed limits which reflect enhanced road safety for drivers and pedestrians alike. The new speed limits which will range from 30km/hr to 50km/hr will be clearly indicated by traffic speed limit signs and road markings.

The changes will take place progressively over a period of approximately two weeks.

 

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