The GHA’s School of Health Studies hosted and certificate and awards ceremony earlier this afternoon at Central Hall for employees who have successfully completed courses in management, nursing and health and social care.
I think every time I get out of my car I could repeat the same six words. Every time. I’ve had a driver’s licence for more than three years (or is it four?) and the same old car I learnt in, a 1992 FIAT Panda I bought off a friend for £25. No, there isn’t a zero missing. That’s twenty-five pounds sterling. And it might be the fact that it has no airbags and the doors are metal flaps, but I like to think I’m a cautious driver, a good driver. I like driving; I find it relaxing; but the fact that my car isn’t in the best shape means that I can’t really go far in it, so I’m basically confined to this Scalextric track we live on.
A Heritage Trust volunteer who was, up until very recently at the forefront of the Devil’s Gap Battery renovations this week announced his decision to hand in his Trust membership and recently received award and walk away from the project.
The Gibraltar Health Authority School of Health Studies will hold a ceremony for the presentation of certificates and awards at noon on Wednesday 19th November 2014 at the Central Hall.
On Wednesday of this week, elements of HQBF and other agencies will be taking part in a routine exercise to test the MOD’s preparedness in the event of an incident at the nuclear berth.