Yik Yak has taken the world by storm, and it was only a matter of time before keyboard warriors in Gibraltar would find out about this anonymous social media craze.
Royal Navy minehunter HMS Shoreham calls into Gibraltar today to top up on fuel and supplies.
The Self Determination for Gibraltar Group (SDGG) would like to inform the general public that they will be manning a stand at the Piazza so that Gibraltarians can sign the National Day banner.
The SDGG takes careful note of the concerns raised by the ESG and GONHS about the balloons that are released as part of the National Day festivities, and the impact it has on the environment.
Gibraltar’s ‘official quarter’, that small stretch of road that separates the Chief Minister’s Office at Convent Place from the Governor’s residence at The Convent, has become a focal point of tourist interest during the summer months. Crowds of day-trippers and sightseers often jam-pack the area, especially when a cruise liner is in port, taking photographs of the buildings, their curiosity aroused and wanting to know more about the important business that goes on inside.
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