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Why training could help us heal after Brexit

New social work degree could safeguard against a bad border and ensures long-term professionalism. The BA (Hons) in Social Work is a three year course being run out of the School of Health Studies at St Bernard’s Hospital paid for by the Care Agency. “It is the very first time we

Why short-term contracts could affect the rest of Gibraltar workers

Hundreds marched down Main Street today in a combined union demonstration against temporary government contracts. Unite the Union teamed up with the NASUWT teachers's union and the GGCA to protest against the precarious agency employment that has allegedly left many young people working for years without job security. “This is a protest

What did Gibraltarians do for Christmas?

On Christmas Eve we went out in the City Centre talking to people about their last minute shopping, dinner plans and if Brexit had affected their choices. "I will be spending Christmas with family," said Clayton Busto who was clinging to a number of his bags along with his smiling family.

Would a No Deal Brexit stop us going to Spain?

With the UK staring down the barrel of a No Deal Brexit, Gibraltarians will be wondering what they would need to do to continue going across the border hassle free. Well, while nothing is certain so far with the Theresa May's still to come before the House of Commons in

Over 600 new homes to be built overlooking Eastern Beach

The seemingly never-ending fate of at least part of the Eastside reclamation was finally settled last week as new affordable homes were announced. The Hassan Centenary Terraces will give new families the possibility of owning new flats, with nearly 300 three-bedroom flats to be built. There are four one-bedroom, 158