In a bid to promote environmental sustainable development, RAF Gibraltar has announced that the runway lights will no longer be left on constantly during periods of poor weather or darkness, but will instead be switched on only when flights are due to take off or land.
Consultation on the Licensing of 4G Mobile Services & Liberalisation of Mobile Bands in Gibraltar
The Gibraltar Regulatory Authority’s (“GRA”) has issued a public consultation on proposals to licence the provision of 4G mobile communications services in Gibraltar.The introduction of 4G mobile is particularly suited to the provision of better mobile data services, faster speeds and improved quality of service, which means that, potentially, broadband delivered over mobile networks could be as good as or, in some circumstances, even better than broadband delivered over the fixed network.
The deadline for submissions to be considered for the Newton Creative Award for Music is now over. Organisers say that they have received 27 entries in the 3 different age groups, with 12 entries from St Joseph's Middle School and 7 entries from St Anne's Middle School.
The vessel Norstar, berthed at the Detached Mole, has been engaged to act as a holding barge for the dredged material arising from the dredge of Ocean Village basin.
The all new iPad Air is now available in Gibraltar at Newton Systems. The new iPad is now 20% thinner and weighs less than 500 grams, making it the lightest iPad to date.
It still has the same sized display, but now it’s Retina, making it one of the most beautiful screens to look at. The all new design makes it sleeker and smaller, but with an A7 chip and 64-bit architecture, it’s the fastest iPad to date.