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Jan 17 Unite The Union - Change Of Hours For Government Departments

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unite the union Unite the Union would like to inform it’s members and members of the public that Unite Officials have been in full consultation with the Gibraltar Government and the Human Resources Department with regards the change of hours for Government Departments.

Unite welcomes the Government’s decision to tackle the issue of ‘family friendly’ hours which has been endorsed by Unite for many years. It will not only improve the social lives of our members working in the Civil Service but enhance the service provided by Government Departments to the public with issues such as counters opening for longer hours and throughout lunch being considered.

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Jan 16 - Calentita Festival Awarded to Word of Mouth Once More

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calentitaThe Ministry of Culture has announced that the organisation for the gastronomy festival ‘Calentita’ has been awarded to Word of Mouth on a three year application. Word of Mouth was the only applicant.

The Ministry is working closely with Word of Mouth in order to provide a very enjoyable evening that will include several innovations.

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Jan 15 - Governor’s British Forces Gibraltar Tour Continues with Regiment Visit

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governor Lieutenant General Sir James Dutton, the Governor and Commander-in-Chief, continued his familiarisation of British Forces Gibraltar with a visit to the Royal Gibraltar Regiment yesterday.

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Jan 13 - HMS Somerset Stocks Up In Gibraltar

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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.

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Jan 13 - Governor Visits RAF Gibraltar

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The Governor, Lieutenant General Sir James Dutton, continued his familiarisation of British Forces Gibraltar with a visit to RAF Gibraltar today.

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Jan 10 - HMS Somerset on Short Visit to the Rock

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hms somersetHMS 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.

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Jan 10 - ESG Concerned With Floating Fuel Tanker Move

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esgThe Environmental Safety Group has expressed concern over the bunker storage tanker being berthed in the harbour. The group claims that this has a potential for major oil spill as well as fire and explosion on the area surrounding the Shell storage tanks, the berths of nuclear and Naval vessels and the natural gas storage for the new power station. They are also concerned that this move could increase small oil spills in the area, through the connection of fuel lines.

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Jan 10 - Sewage Works Cause Changes to Bus Route 1

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busDue to urgent sewer works, Prince Edward’s Road will be closed from 09:30 Friday 10 January. These works are expected are to last for 3 days.

During this time, access to the upper town area will be via Gardiners Road and Flat Bastion Road. The normal one-way system will be reversed.

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Jan 10 - Governor on Defence Police Visit

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gdp visitContinuing with his familiarisation of British Forces Gibraltar, recently appointed Governor, Sir James Dutton paid a visit to the Gibraltar Defence Police yesterday.

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