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Bullying is destroying our youth, says child therapist

Children in Gibraltar are carrying heavy burdens that could lead to further mental health problems in the future. HCPC registered arts therapist Nyree Robinson told The Olive Press just how bad these problems can get and what she is doing to help them. “I don’t think we are immune in Gibraltar to

How Gibraltar could have representation at Westminister

In the post-Brexit world any range of possibilities seem to be on the table. London correspondent, Ken Westmoreland, looks extensively at different options Gibraltar could explore after Brexit. The idea of Gibraltar having its own MP at Westminster, interest in which has increased and declined over decades, has recently garnered support

EXCLUSIVE: How Gibtalks is helping to fuel discussion – Felice

The annual event held this Saturday could be helping mould the way we communicate and how much we listen. This is the opinion of Julian Felice, who for the fifth year running has organised another show to remember for the general public at the John Mackintosh Hall theatre. “Judging by the programme

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

What does our top playwright think about society?

Six short plays directed by Gibraltar's top directors shed some light on how society has lost its way in the eyes of Julian Felice. The Gibraltar playwright showed off some of his latest work at the Bayside Drama Theatre this week. As fans of local theatre we asked Julian first of

Will the Sky TV fiasco ever be sorted out?

Dear Editor, Well, at the risk of saying 'I told you so', I told you so. After years of listening to howls of outrage and whataboutery when I questioned the legality of Sky and other channels being available in Gibraltar, and at little or no cost compared to the UK,

Why new party leader thinks a no deal EU exit could hurt Gibraltar

A No-Deal Brexit could leave us with “more brick walls” said the leader of newly formed party Together Gibraltar. With the odds not looking good for Theresa May’s Brexit deal, Independent MP Marlene Nahon-Hassan is dreaming that there will be some way to turn back the clock. “If we really are going to leave the

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