Ap2 24 -Thomson and Island Cruises Increase Gibraltar Calls

cruisesThe Government has welcomed the announcement by Thomson Cruises and Island Cruises that their calls to Gibraltar for the winter 2013 and summer 2014 programme have increased by 33%.

The notice comes weeks after Neil Duncan and Jacqui Nobile, senior executives of Thomson & Island, visited Gibraltar at the invitation of Neil Costa, Minister for Tourism, Commercial Affairs, Public Transport and The Port.

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Apr 24 - Convent Guard Room to Replace No.6 Entrance

no6 convent placeThe Government will table proposals to improve the main entrance to No 6 Convent Place for discussion at tomorrow’s meeting of the Development and Planning Commission.

Changes will include the current Convent Guard room being converted into the new reception for No 6. The exterior of the building is set to be returned to its original shape before being repaired.

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Apr 24 - School Kids Win Day Trip to Gibraltar Courtesy of Monarch Airlines

monarchAs part of an initiative coined by Monarch Airlines, a group of children from Harris Academy in Bromley UK, won the opportunity to take a day trip to Gibraltar, courtesy of the Airline.

Speaking to YGTV, Caroline Ward of Monarch’s Customer Experience department explained that the airline had done a huge amount of research, coming to the conclusion that customers want more enjoyment in their flying experience.

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Apr 23 - Unite Continues Good Relationship with Construction and Allied Trades

uniteUnite the Union today invited employers of Gibraltar’s construction industry to a meeting with National Officer of the Union, Kevin Coyne. The get together ensured the continuing working relationship between the Union and the construction and allied trades, it also acted as an opportune time to discuss matters of concern within the industry.

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Apr 23 - Mayor Hosts Lunch for EAASP Committee

lunchFollowing the opening of the 40th annual European Association of Airport and Seaport Police’s conference, at the Caleta Palace this morning, His Worship the Mayor hosted a lunch at the City Hall for the delegates. The conference incudes a gala dinner to be hosted by the Government on Thursday, at St. Michael’s Cave.

The conference has been held in Gibraltar previously, but this year saw the highest number of attending delegates.

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