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GSD questions ‘untraditional’ Government expenditure – Gibraltar Chronicle


GSD questions ‘untraditional’ Government expenditure
Gibraltar Chronicle
It said the recent announcement in Parliament that shares formerly held by a Slovenian entity in Gibtelecom had been purchased by the Gibraltar Savings Bank raised important questions directly relating to Opposition concerns about public finances.

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Govt and Opposition clash over ‘lightbulb’ safety – Gibraltar Chronicle


Govt and Opposition clash over ‘lightbulb’ safety
Gibraltar Chronicle
It accused the Opposition of being against the refurbishment of Gibraltar’s older housing estates. The initial salvo in the exchange came from the GSD, which said worried residents said the main entrance to Resolution House had beenclosed off due to

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GSD claim Govt picked ‘preferred’ bidder for buses – Gibraltar Chronicle


GSD claim Govt picked ‘preferred’ bidder for buses
Gibraltar Chronicle
“Clearly the Government is increasingly embarrassed about the fact that the new buses, which they have allegedly gone to great lengths to ensure are perfect for Gibraltar, actually cannot be used on the routes taking passengers to Europa Point because …

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Picardo slams Feetham’s ‘warped’ view of Gib – Gibraltar Chronicle


Picardo slams Feetham’s ‘warped’ view of Gib
Gibraltar Chronicle
In a statement, Mr Picardo said the GSD leader had “a warped perception of the political reality” in Gibraltar today. “If Mr Feetham really thinks that I reshuffled my cabinet because it was having no effect, then he really is on another planet,” he said.

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GFSA accuses Opposition of ‘sour grapes’ in net fishing row – Gibraltar Chronicle


GFSA accuses Opposition of ‘sour grapes’ in net fishing row
Gibraltar Chronicle
In a letter to this newspaper and other local media, Mario Ramos said the GSD’s criticism of the Gibraltar Government on this issue was ‘misplaced and misdirected’. Mr Ramos said net fishing was illegal and that it was the job of the Royal Gibraltar

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