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Young people boost writing and illustrating skills at Gibraltar workshop led by UK experts

A UK author, illustrator and publisher led a course to boost 40 children’s creative skills in Gibraltar during the mid-term break. Accord Literary and The...

Gibraltar’s answer to TED talks, Gibtalks, offers this weekend 17 speakers from diverse areas of life

GIBTALKS, Gibraltar’s version of the globally popular TED talks will be held over this coming weekend at John Mackintosh Hall with 17 local speakers. The...

Top Gibraltar director takes the baton of European Symphony Orchestra in St Michael’s Cave concert

THE European Symphony orchestra will play a sensational classical music concert at the iconic St Michael’s Cave in the Upper Rock directed by Gibraltar’s...

Mayor of Gibraltar is bringing a Photobooth to the Town Hall to celebrate Gay Pride

THE Mayor of Gibraltar, Mr Christian Santos GMD, is inviting guests to City Hall next Monday to join a variety of events, in celebration...

Are books losing out to video games and films in Gibraltar?

WITH children playing more video games and watching films than ever, World Book Day will try to put reading back on the map with activities for kids.

Surprise winner of Gibraltar Chess Masters reveals the secret to £30,000 win

David Paravayan took down some of the best in the world at the Caleta Hotel to reach the play-off final where he beat Hao Wang to collect a cool £30,000.

Unfancied Russian wins £30,000 top prize at the Gibraltar chess open after exciting tie-break

Young chess star David Paravyan from Russia won the Gibraltar International Chess festival after a thrilling final against Hao Wang from China.

Israeli startups could help soften Brexit business blow by using Gibraltar as ‘stepping stone’ to UK

Israeli companies could help Gibraltar overcome the Brexit fallout, the Gibraltar-Israel Chamber of Commerce has claimed.

Orphan rescued from despair in Morocco by Gibraltar charity speaks of his love for the Rock

An orphan who was brought up by a Gibraltar charity in Morocco has visited the Rock for the first time to perform as a musician.

Gender stereotypes ‘can prevent children reaching their full potential’, says Minister

A discussion held by the Ministry of Equality on the traditional roles of women and men in fairy tales packed out the Garrison Library.

EXCLUSIVE: Interview with two top authors ahead of Gibraltar International Literary Festival this month

Find out how to tell stories and why literature is breaking down the boundaries created by racism





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