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HRH Prince Philip

Lieutenant Commander Mark Chambers Royal Navy, HQBF Gibratar’s Medical Staff Officer commented,“This military aid to civil authorities (MACA) task was well planned and delivered here in Gibraltar. Our team members, who were fresh, enthusiastic, capable and cheerful, were very well received and enormously valued by the residents and staff alike. Keep Reading

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58th Great Gibraltar Beach Clean

Lieutenant Commander Mark Chambers Royal Navy, HQBF Gibratar’s Medical Staff Officer commented,“This military aid to civil authorities (MACA) task was well planned and delivered here in Gibraltar. Our team members, who were fresh, enthusiastic, capable and cheerful, were very well received and enormously valued by the residents and staff alike. Keep Reading

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Art Gallery Refurb

Lieutenant Commander Mark Chambers Royal Navy, HQBF Gibratar’s Medical Staff Officer commented,“This military aid to civil authorities (MACA) task was well planned and delivered here in Gibraltar. Our team members, who were fresh, enthusiastic, capable and cheerful, were very well received and enormously valued by the residents and staff alike. Keep Reading

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Support for Elderly Residential Services

Lieutenant Commander Mark Chambers Royal Navy, HQBF Gibratar’s Medical Staff Officer commented,“This military aid to civil authorities (MACA) task was well planned and delivered here in Gibraltar. Our team members, who were fresh, enthusiastic, capable and cheerful, were very well received and enormously valued by the residents and staff alike. Keep Reading

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Nuns of the Rock

December 2020 marked the 175th anniversary of the arrival in Gibraltar of the first Loreto Nuns. They came here expressly to open a school for Gibraltarian girls, and actually ended up opening two. Both immediately attracted a large number of pupils Keep Reading

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New "hostile vehicle mitigation devices" - known colloquially as bollards - have been installed at Casemates Gates. They mark a first deployment of such technology in Gibraltar. Keep Reading

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2020. What a year

2020. What a year - and for all the wrong reasons. It started off fair enough, but then “the thing” in mid-March landed and it really hurt - and altered - all of our lives. Keep Reading

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