Apr 08 - Ex-Fleet Pavilion Buildings to be Demolished

text news A Contractor will be undertaking works to demolish the ex-Fleet Pavilion buildings located between Queensway and Reclamation Road, as from today. Works will continue for 4 weeks.

The existing pedestrian access route through the area will be closed to the Public and an alternative pedestrian route will be provided to the south through the main car park site. Temporary information signs directing pedestrians will be in place. Parking spaces along Reclamation Road by the location of the works will be temporarily suspended as necessary.

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Apr 08 - GRA Notes CTS International Calls Issue

graThe GRA has today issued a Direction to providers of publicly available telephone services, in order to address call routing problems that are affecting former CTS customers. The Authority states that a number of complaints have been received from ex customers of the telecommunications provider, particularly those using mobile services. regarding receiving international calls.

The GRA understands that the issue is due to the fact that international operators, including those providing roaming services, are still trying to route calls and texts through the non-operational CTS switches.

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Apr 05 - Chief Inspector Ullger Graduates from FBI National Academy Law Enforcement Course

fbiDetective Chief Inspector Richard Ullger of the RGP graduated from his course at the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia USA. The Academy is a professional course of study for U.S. and international law enforcement leaders that serves to improve the administration of justice in police departments and agencies and to raise law enforcement standards, knowledge, and cooperation worldwide.

The course touched upon a number of areas of study including, enlightened leadership, contemporary issues in law enforcement, conflict resolution, ethical dilemmas and fitness in law enforcement. The officers involved participated in a wide range of leadership and specialised training, and they share ideas, techniques, and experiences with each other, creating lifelong partnerships that span US state and international lines.

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Apr 05 - FSC CEO Steps Down

fscThe Financial Services Commission has announced today that its Chief Executive Officer Marcus Killick has decided to stand down. Mr. Killick has led the Gibraltar regulator for ten years and has made an outstanding contribution to the ability of the FSC to meet the ever-increasing demands of both the financial sector and international regulatory requirements.

Mr Killick, who is one of the longest serving heads of a financial services regulator in the world, announced his decision to the Board at its meeting in March. He will remain in post until the appointment of his successor, which the Commission hopes can be completed by September 2013.

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