Over the peak summer season, Gibraltar’s visitors will again be assisted by the Tourist Board’s Visitor Information Patrols. These smartly-dressed Patrols have become a popular sight in Gibraltar in recent years, assisting thousands of tourists to find their way around the city’s sites of interest and leisure amenities.
In an article published by Hydrogeologist Scott Johnson, for ‘art technica’ it is suggested that the tectonic plate separating Africa and the Bay of Gibraltar is slowly moving under another.
Mr. Johnson claims that Africa is heading for a collision with Europe, eventually closing the Strait. He adds that the rocks along the shoreline of the Strait are actually on the oceanic plate trapped between the two continents. It is noted that this part of the plate continues to also move west toward the Atlantic.
The Sunborn floating hotel has been out of the dry dock and berthed by the South Mole for some time.
This week Barclays announced that a significant number of Andalucian branches would be closed down. The Olive Press reports that company prides itself on product innovation, and believes that local branches are not the future of their operation.
It was also revealed that 35% of branches across the country would also be shut down with over 1000 jobs cut. The branch wishes to focus on changing their offerings, using technology and providing what customers need.
In order for the Sewers Infrastructure Section of the Technical Services Department to continue essential works to repair the main trunk sewer along Line Wall Road, the following traffic arrangements will be put in place: