In a decision to bring you up to date news quicker and better than ever before, YGTV has decided to change it's video news. As from today, you the viewer, will be able to watch the latest news as and when it happens. Instead of creating a daily news video at the end of the day, we will be showing you brief clips throughout the day.
It's great to see that finally Gibraltar's workspace is shifting in line with the rest of the world. The need for affordable work space for the entrepreneur / startup here in Gibraltar has now been answered, thanks to Easy.Office Gibraltar. Setup this year, their sole aim is to provide a great working environment for like-minded people who have decided to take the plunge and start something of their own.
WhatsApp, the hugely popular messaging service used by thousands in Gibraltar, will now require iOS users to pay a $1 annual subscription fee.
Launching the innovative GHA website this morning, Health Minister Dr John Cortes insisted that 160 page site portrayed how dynamic and forward thinking the Authority was. He also urged site users to present their feedback by contacting the in house team.
The GHA IT team, consisting of Darion Figueredo and Leigh Adnett designed and developed the WordPress website completely in-house in order to obtain complete control over the content that is uploaded. The website currently provides information on all aspects of Gibraltar’s healthcare services, as well as brochures and pamphlets on all GHA departments. Users can also cancel any appointments on the website. When asked whether the possibility of making or changing appointments would become available through the website, Dr. Cortes insisted that this would be a possibility in the future. He noted that along with the website, the Authority’s twitter and Facebook pages were to be launched today, also.
Commonwealth Park needs about 3000m3 of soil for planting of trees and shrubs.
Under normal circumstances this would have been imported from Spain. Some issues arise with that on a scheme of this size, namely: the quantities, quality and consistency of the material cannot be guaranteed; there are doubts as to the environmental impact of the extraction process in Spain, especially given the current lull in construction activity; the possibility of delays and issues at the border, as with any other material and the transport operation equates to 150 journeys by heavy lorry from potentially far afield, with their consequent carbon impact.