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Gibraltar highlights tourism industry in World Aviation summit

The Gibraltar Government is hosting the CAPA World Aviation Summit and Awards 2022 at the Sunborn this week with airlines from around the globe taking part in person and online. CAPA – Centre for Aviation launched in 1990, with a mission to make a strategic difference in aviation knowledge with more than 100 people located...

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Happiness Foundation raises awareness of grief this week

The Happiness Foundation is raising awareness of grief this week, reminding the public that they offer services to those experiencing loss. The foundation came about because of the loss of a loved one. Founder Kathryn Temple lost a brother in 2009 and, in Gibraltar in 2019, a young man passed away leaving behind a widow...

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History of Gibraltar’s streets, roads, lanes and ramps launches at Heritage Trust

Hardback book ‘A Rocky Labyrinth: The History of our Streets, Roads, Lanes and Ramps of the City of Gibraltar’ by Manolo Galliano and Victor Hermida was launched at the Heritage Trust on Thursday. The Minister for Heritage, Dr John Cortes, opened the event and was joined by Claire Montado, the CEO of the Trust. The...

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Innovative ‘grey water’ recycling system planned for elderly care home

A locally-based company will provide greywater recycling to the elderly care home that is under construction in the Rooke site. AMA Services, an engineering company that handles mechanical and electrical services for buildings, told the Chronicle a greywater recycling system called a Hydraloop would be installed in April next year. The company hopes it will...

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Cepsa to invest three billion euros in green hydrogen project for Campo and Huelva

By Maria Jesus Corrales Cepsa will invest three billion euros to establish the “Andalusian Green Hydrogen Valley”, creating to plants to produce this green fuel, one in the Campo de Gibraltar, the other in Palos de la Frontera in Huelva. The project was presented yesterday at the company’s refinery in San Roque during an event...

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New Alzheimer’s drug hailed as ‘beginning of the end’ in search for treatment

By John Besley and Ella Pickover, PA Experts have hailed the “beginning of the end” in the search for effective Alzheimer’s treatments after a new drug reduced memory decline among patients with early stages of the disease. Lecanemab, which is designed to target and clear amyloid – one of the proteins that builds up in...

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Sunak signals ‘evolutionary leap’ in British foreign policy

By Dominic McGrath, PA Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has offered a vision of “robust pragmatism” in standing up to global competitors like China, as he signalled an “evolutionary leap” in British foreign policy. In his first major foreign policy speech, Mr Sunak indicated to international dignitaries and business leaders on Monday that he would set...

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UK Government accused of ‘watering down’ Online Safety Bill

By Sophie Wingate, PA Political Correspondent The UK Government has dropped measures to ban “legal but harmful” web content, in what campaigners called a “watering down” of the Online Safety Bill that is “very hard to understand”. Removing the restrictions marks a more “common sense” approach as they could have led to an “erosion of...