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Feb 05 - CTS Closure

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graFollowing a direction issued by the GRA to CTS, last week, requiring them to cease operations after not renewing their licences, the Regulatory Authority has further insisted that the company must inform clients that operation will cease by close of business on Friday.

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Feb 05 - Photo Competition Winner – Day 17

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lighthouseToday’s winner of the YGTV Daily Photograph Competition is Francis Noguera, with his shot of the Europa Point Lighthouse, as seen through one of the many caves found in the Rock. The photo was taken with a Nikon D7000.

The light streaming in through the cave entrance gives the image a warm undertone, reminiscent of long Gibraltar Summer evenings. The outline of the entrance also frames the lighthouse in a way that is pleasant for the eye.

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Feb 05 - PDP on Parking

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pdpThe PDP yesterday claimed that following a whole year in office, the Government has yet to put forward a credible traffic and parking plan which will help alleviate congestion, provide environmentally sensible alternatives, encourage less use of cars, and provide cost effective parking for those who need or want to use their cars.

The Party insists that it would like to find a modern and environmentally – friendly solution to the parking problem. They claim, ‘We need to continue to increase the incentive for people to use state of the art public transport such as the free bus service or to choose to walk or cycle. Gibraltar is not yet sufficiently pedestrian or cycle friendly and the Government should invest in making it so. In a small place like Gibraltar where a free bus service is available there is no reason why we should still be witnessing tailbacks and congestion on a daily basis. Car sharing to work should be encouraged when more often than not there is a lone driver in a car.

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Feb 04 - Photo Competition Winner – Day 16

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magic marbleToday’s winner of the YGTV Daily Photograph Competition is Dylan Gomez with the most interesting shot of a marble. The snap captures the almost quizzical look on the person’s face as well as the intricate detailing inside the glass marble.

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Feb 04 - Between a Rock and a Dirty Place

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clean-upThis weekend, members of the Laguna Youth Club, along with the Community Committee and the RGP Neighbourhood Policing Unit cleaned up the rubbish that had accumulated in the area between the estate and the Rock. Minister Dr. John Cortes and Steven Linares also joined in the clean up.

The team was provided with overalls, safety helmets and gloves, by GJBS and Master Service. Minister Cortes noted that the initiative was a local one, but was also consistent with the aims of the Government’s Litter Committee. 

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Feb 04 - AKIN Sierra Leone Raise £27,000 in Raffle Ticket Funds

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akin car raffleThe hotly awaited AKIN Sierra Leone Project car raffle was held late last week at the Rock Motors showroom. Following a massive team effort with raffle ticket sales, the team managed to raise a record breaking £27,000 to help build further schools in Sierra Leone this year. All 7000 tickets were sold. Winning tickets were chosen by Miss Gibraltar 2012, Jessica Baldachino.

Some of the prizes included a brand new Renault Clio from Rock Motors, which was won by ticket number 4070 belonging to L Pincho. A Honda PCX Motocycle from Bassadone Motors was won by ticket number 5752 belonging to G Hernandez. All other prizes and winners are published below.

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Jan 04 - NatWest Appoints New Gibraltar Regional Director

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natwestNatWest Gibraltar has appointed former Senior Relationship Director of RBS International, David Bruce, as the bank’s new Regional Director. Prior to his previous post, David spent a number of years working in the corporate sector of RBS, in Yorkshire. He has over twenty years experience in in the corporate banking sector.

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Feb 01 Photo Competition Winner - Day 15

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Hafid OuassHafid Ouass is today's winner of day 15 of our Photo Competition with this entitled "Stand Alone".

Keep on sending in your entries, there is still a few days to go.

YGTV’s competition will continue to run daily until February 8th.  Photographs can be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. 5 entries may be submitted per participant.

 

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Jan 31 CFFG Distributes Funds to 4 Worthy Causes

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CFFGThe Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Gibraltar has recently distributed a considerable amount of funds both locally and internationally.

Two cheques were presented locally to 2 very worthy causes.

A cheque for £1,000.00 was presented to Stuart Cerisola, who recently skydived in aid of the CFFG, to aid the purchase of a much-needed new wheelchair that is paramount for his day-to-day life.

Another cheque, this time for £200.00, was presented to Eddie Holmes, Deputy Director of Nursing Services & Practice Development Lead, to be used in the GHA’s practice development scheme  to continue the process of developing and improving patient care and staff training.

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