Wednesday, 24 January, 2018

Education

Gibraltar’s artists to sell their artwork at special event aimed at...

A COLLECTION of Gibraltar’s finest artists will be showcasing their work at this year’s Affordable Art Show at the Fine Arts Gallery in Casemates. The...

Government alleges the GSD has ignored its great work across education

THE government has accused the GSD of failing to take into account its ‘transformational changes’ in education after it had been accused of fostering...

Meet the Rock’s newest firefighters eager to get to work

GIBRALTAR’S newest firefighters have said they are “honoured” to be serving on the Rock after completing an eight-week programme in the UK. Justin Grima, 23,...

IT STINKS: Horror as raw sewage flows down past St Bernard’s...

RAW sewage has been pictured flowing down a street just yards from a Gibraltar primary school. In pictures shared on social media, the waste can...

New chapter for equality as Gibraltarian students write book on tolerating...

A CHILDREN’s book about equality has been written by a group of Gibraltarian students. Titled ‘Zipp’s Trips’, there will be an interactive reading of the...

Here for you: Samaritans launch helpline for distressed Gibraltarians

THE Gibraltarian Samaritans have launched a confidential helpline for people in distress. The phone service was set-up to coincide with World Mental Health Day this...

TOP MARKS: EIGHT new schools to be constructed in Gibraltar amid...

A GROUNDBREAKING overhaul of the educational system in Gibraltar has been announced. An incredible eight new school locations are to be planned and those...

Students in Brussels: Grilling for MEP Cox

A COHORT of Gibraltar’s brightest pupils have implored Conservative MEP for Gibraltar Ashley Cox to do more to fight for their future. The 12 students...

What’s for lunch? Canteen staff shortages across the Campo AGAIN leave...

DRASTIC staff shortages across the Campo have again left HUNDREDS of school children hungry. Staff sickness and unexpected staff absences mean that canteens are unable...

Gibraltarian school has started construction on new sixth form for A...

PRIOR Park School has announced the opening of its new Sixth Form. The Gibraltar-based independent school - which has grown from 55 to 95 pupils...

WE ARE FAMILY: New community centre launches in Mid Harbour Estate

THE Government of Gibraltar and the Care Agency have launched a new family and community centre on Mid Harbour Estate. It is hoped that the...

British couple to launch literary festival with fascinating anniversary book on...

ARCHAEOLOGISTS Roy and Lesley Adkins have been chosen to launch the 2017 Gibunco Gibraltar International Literary Festival. The married couple will speak on November 16,...

Westside and Bayside schools achieve highest A*-C GCSE percentage in five...

AN impressive 70% A*-C grade result in Westside and Bayside schools is the highest seen in the last five years. It comes as a relief...

A-Level results for Gibraltar down by 4% this year at 92%

A-Level results on the Rock are down by 4% from last year. This year’s figures show an overall 92% pass rate from Gibraltar College, Westside...

Record number of students ever to be offered places on GHA...

THE highest-ever number of local students have been accepted onto a specialised GHA nursing degree. Some 20 students were made offers for the 2017 BSc...

Funds raised at Maurice Xiberras funeral presented to Gibraltar Samaritans

Son David Xiberras says his father would have been 'very pleased' with Gibraltar Samaritans launch

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Grech to become new Chief Secretary after Gomez retirement

THE current Director of Education, Darren Grech, has been appointed as the next Chief Secretary of Her Majesty’s Government of Gibraltar. Grech will assume his...
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