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Feetham hosts Actuarial Science workshop 

The Minister for Trade and Industry, Nigel Feetham, hosted a workshop on ‘Opportunities in Actuarial Science’.  Delivered by four professionals, Paul Tyose, Kathryn Morgan, Jason Cabral and Marie Calverie, the workshop provided an insight into the actuarial profession.  Each shared their experiences in the industry and highlighted the career opportunities available to youngsters.  Attendees had...

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ESG and GONHS voice concern over tuna ‘Tag and Release’ competition

The Environmental Safety Group and GONHS have underscored their concerns over the launch of the ‘Gibraltar Tuna Fishing Club Catch and Release Competition’. In a joint statement the groups have previously objected to the fishing of Atlantic Bluefin Tuna for sport and continue to hold this position. The groups added they are “very surprised” that...

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New educational hub unveiled at Alameda Gardens

The Alameda Botanic Gardens inaugurated its new educational hub recently, stating it marked a significant milestone in environmental education and community engagement. The new hub was opened by the former director of the gardens and current Minister for Environment and Education, Dr John Cortes, in the presence of the Governor, Lieutenant-General Sir Ben Bathurst, dignitaries,...

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UEFA takes disciplinary action against Spanish players over Gibraltar chants

By Brian Reyes and Stephen Ignacio UEFA has initiated disciplinary proceedings against two Spanish national players who led chants of “Gibraltar es español” during celebrations in Madrid following Spain’s Euro 2024 win against England. In a statement on Thursday, UEFA said it had charged team captain Álvaro Morata and midfielder Rodrigo Hernández Cascante with failing...

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Sir Keir Starmer warned ‘honeymoon’ already over during first PMQs

By Richard Wheeler, Rhiannon James and Will Durrant, PA Political Staff Sir Keir Starmer claimed the Government has inherited crisis and failure “absolutely everywhere”, amid warnings his “honeymoon” period as Prime Minister is already over. The Labour leader shared a series of cordial exchanges with his predecessor Rishi Sunak over Ukraine as he faced his...

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UK’s Solicitor General reminds Commons of her Gibraltarian roots in maiden speech

Sarah Sackman, the UK’s new Solicitor General, reminded the House of Commons of her Gibraltarian roots as she celebrated the multicultural diversity of her constituency, Finchley and Golders Green, during her maiden speech to parliament on Monday. The Labour MP is the granddaughter of the late Solomon Seruya, a prominent Gibraltarian businessman and former Minister...

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Violence against women and girls a ‘national emergency’, says policing report

By Sam Hall and Margaret Davis, PA Violence against women and girls is a “national emergency” with nearly 3,000 crimes recorded every day, a leading police chief has warned in a new report. More than one million violent crimes against women and girls were recorded by police in 2022/23, according to a report commissioned by...

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Starmer hosts summit to ‘fire the starting gun’ on new relationship with Europe

By David Hughes, PA Political Editor, Sophie Wingate, PA Deputy Political Editor, and Chronicle staff Sir Keir Starmer will use a major European summit to push for action to secure the continent’s borders as he steps up efforts to tackle the UK’s asylum backlog. More than 100 Home Office staff will be redeployed from working...