Yesterday marked the 85th Anniversary of the opening of the Gibraltar Museum. To commemorate the day, the award of Honorary Fellowships to persons who have distinguished themselves in fields of academic research and conservation took place during an event in the John Mackintosh Hall theatre.
A private viewing of the German Concentration Camps Factual Survey was shown in King’s Bastion Leisure Cinemas, on request of the Chief Minister Fabian Picardo.
Fleet Commander and Deputy Chief of the Naval Staff, Vice Admiral Sir Philip Jones KCB visited British Forces Gibraltar this week.
The Ministry of Culture is pleased to announce that children aged 12 and under will again be allowed free entry into the Gibraltar Music Festival on Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th September 2015.
The green light has been given to a development planning application for a project worth £40million at King’s Wharf to build 200 new apartments and six townhouses at this morning’s DPC meeting.