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June 12 - Bryan Zammit To Stand As Independent Candidate

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bryanToday at 11:30, Bryan Zammit will be at Parliament to sign on as an Independent candidate for the upcoming by-election due to be held on the 4th July.

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July 01 - Temporary Turbines Have “Positive Effect” On South District Air Quality

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In January the Government deployed temporary turbines in the North Mole in order to give Gibraltar enough capacity to cover its electricity needs. Since then, say the Government, any power cuts have not been due to lack of generating capacity but mainly due to the aging infrastructure which had not been properly maintained, a problem that is now finally being addressed.

Following this, the two old power stations in the South District have been switched off at night. The Department of the Environment has now analysed the data from two air quality monitoring stations in the South District, one at Rosia Road and another at Witham's Road.

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June 11 - GSD Welcomes Ban On Tobacco Sales

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gThe GSD have issued the following reaction to the Government's announcement concerning tobacco sales:

The GSD welcomes the Government’s announcement that it will ban the sale of tobacco in certain Government estates. In fact, it is clear for everyone to see that this activity has been on the increase in Gibraltar over the last year, unfortunately worsened by the economic recession in Spain. At no point have we suggested that this is down to the Government of Gibraltar.

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June 28 - Cameron Hits Out At Spain After Jet Ski Shooting

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David Cameron has hit out at Spain following the incident earlier this week in which a Guardia Civil vessel fired at a jet ski just off the runway near Western Beach.

According to politicshome.com, the Prime Minister said he had raised the incident with the Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy repeating that it was vital that the country obey international rules.

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June 28 - Chamber Of Commerce By-Election Dinner Videos – YGTV And Chamber Response

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Yesterday afternoon, YGTV posted four videos containing the full speeches of the by-election candidates delivered during the Chamber of Commerce dinner at the Caleta Hotel. YGTV did this in good faith and was unaware that the Chamber did not intend for the entire event to be broadcast.

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June 10 - Chief Minister To Address United Nations Committee Of 24

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dddThe Chief Minister Fabian Picardo and the Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia leave for the United Nations in New York tomorrow. This is in line with the policy of the Government to continue to address the United Nations Committee of 24 at its June session and the United Nations 4th Committee in October.

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Jun 27 - GSD Opposition Member Edwin Reyes' Budget Speech - Full Text

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edwin reyes‘Mr Speaker

I wish to commence my contribution this year by reiterating our collective congratulations to the Gibraltar Football Association on the success of their application to become the 54th member of UEFA.  Gibraltar as a whole rejoiced spontaneously upon hearing the excellent news of attaining full membership of UEFA and, therefore, I sincerely hope that Gibraltarians in even bigger numbers than in the past will support our team in all future competitions.

I am glad to note that Government continues with the already existing GSD policy to assist all local sporting bodies to overcome any foreign Government’s politically inspired attempts to block our membership of international sporting bodies.  This policy will certainly continue to receive the Opposition’s support and I wish other sporting associations, such as Rugby, Tennis and even the local branch of the I O C amongst others, all the very best in their continuing battles to obtain their respective international memberships which are rightfully and legally theirs.

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June 10 - Albert Isola To Stand For GSLP

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gslpThe lawyer and former GSLP House of Assembly member Albert Isola has been selected by the executive committee of the GSLP to stand as a candidate in next month’s by-election. The decision still needs to be approved by the party’s membership at a meeting later this evening.

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June 27 - Chamber Of Commerce By-Election Candidates Dinner

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Last night, the Caleta Hotel hosted the Chamber of Commerce by-election dinner giving each of the four candidates the opportunity to speak to the business community ahead of next week’s vote.

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