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#ThinkingAllowed: Stop children bingeing on social media, or not? – Gibraltar Chronicle


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#ThinkingAllowed: Stop children bingeing on social media, or not?
Gibraltar Chronicle
Chief Commissioner Mark Rodriguez described Scouting in Gibraltar as being a truly vibrant and thriving organisation. Many of their activities I’m sure are outdoor pursuits. So, do young people need to explore both the physical and digital worlds

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#ThinkingAllowed: Stop children bingeing on social media, or not? – Gibraltar Chronicle


Gibraltar Chronicle

#ThinkingAllowed: Stop children bingeing on social media, or not?
Gibraltar Chronicle
Chief Commissioner Mark Rodriguez described Scouting in Gibraltar as being a truly vibrant and thriving organisation. Many of their activities I’m sure are outdoor pursuits. So, do young people need to explore both the physical and digital worlds

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Govt ‘out of touch’ on judicial issues, GSD says – Gibraltar Chronicle


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Govt ‘out of touch’ on judicial issues, GSD says
Gibraltar Chronicle
The GSD has accused the Gibraltar Government of being out of touch with the Gibraltar Court Service, the Judiciary and the members of the legal professional following the decision not to renew the contract of Supreme Court judge Adrian Jack. “Instead

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Govt ‘out of touch’ on judicial issues, GSD says – Gibraltar Chronicle


Gibraltar Chronicle

Govt ‘out of touch’ on judicial issues, GSD says
Gibraltar Chronicle
The GSD has accused the Gibraltar Government of being out of touch with the Gibraltar Court Service, the Judiciary and the members of the legal professional following the decision not to renew the contract of Supreme Court judge Adrian Jack. “Instead

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Childline flags ‘unprecedented’ number of call-outs to assist detained juveniles – Gibraltar Chronicle


Childline flags ‘unprecedented’ number of call-outs to assist detained juveniles
Gibraltar Chronicle
Childline Gibraltar has received more call-outs to assist detained juveniles through its Appropriate Adult scheme in the past six weeks than it usually does during an entire year. The charity provides an Appropriate Adult Service formed by staff and

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Childline flags ‘unprecedented’ number of call-outs to assist detained juveniles – Gibraltar Chronicle


Gibraltar Chronicle

Childline flags ‘unprecedented’ number of call-outs to assist detained juveniles
Gibraltar Chronicle
Childline Gibraltar has received more call-outs to assist detained juveniles through its Appropriate Adult scheme in the past six weeks than it usually does during an entire year. The charity provides an Appropriate Adult Service formed by staff and

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Six juveniles, youngest 13, charged with burglary – Gibraltar Chronicle


Six juveniles, youngest 13, charged with burglary
Gibraltar Chronicle
Six juveniles – the youngest just 13 years old – have been charged with burglary following a break-in at the offices of a local ship agent. On Friday morning a burglary at the offices of Tarik Shipping located at Waterport Road was reported to police

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A-Level results for Gibraltar down by 4% this year at 92% – Gibraltar Olive Press (blog)


Gibraltar Olive Press (blog)

A-Level results for Gibraltar down by 4% this year at 92%
Gibraltar Olive Press (blog)
This year’s figures show an overall 92% pass rate from Gibraltar College, Westside and Bayside Schools, a decrease from last year’s 96%. This year there are 10 Gibraltar Scholars who have attained three As or above, compared with 15 last year. Westside …
Overall 92% pass rate for local A-Level studentsGibraltar Chronicle

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