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Old Sep 4th 2019, 6:33 am
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Halmatic made the first fibreglass sailing boat in 1952. Uffa Fox was involved in the design. They basically made hulls for other people to fit out, the wonderful Nelson being a good example.
Yes Fred J, Nelson's were always considered amongst the best and I have had the pleasure of witnessing many of them.
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Yes Fred J, Nelson's were always considered amongst the best and I have had the pleasure of witnessing many of them.
morning Fred .Got there in the end.Many years ago my brother worked at vospers in woolston ,Also our house in england before we came to spain we could see the solent and Southampton docks i would watch the giant liners come in and out, and naming ceremonies with fireworks.an interesting point a round the city electronic signs went up warning if liners were in there would be traffic congestion often leading to grid lock pain when you live there.
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Today September 10th is GIBRALTAR NATIONAL DAY commemorating Gibraltar's first referendum in 1967 in which the people were asked if they wanted to remain British or pass under Spanish sovereignty
The result was 12,138 in favour of Britain 44 in favour of Spain i in a turnout of 96.5%
99.64% British 0.35% Spanish

A second referendum was held in 2002 the result was 17,900 votes or 98.97% for Britain 187 votes or 1.03% for Spain in a turnout of 87.9%

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The Government of Gibraltar has announced the launch of a business development campaign in London, ThinkGibraltar (thinkgibraltar.gi), in a bid to generate more investment and attract new business to the Rock

https://www.chronicle.gi/think-busin...ink-gibraltar/
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A general election has been called for the 17th October
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The United Nations is bound by its own rules, indeed by international law, to engage with us, Garcia tells the UN

AWAITING FOR DECOLONISATION FOR 73 YEARS

*FULL TEXT of address last night to the UN 4th Committee by DEPUTY CHIEF MINISTER DR JOSEPH GARCIA:



The United Nations is bound by its own rules, indeed by international law, to engage with us, Garcia tells the UN | Gibraltar Panorama
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Intensified checks at the frontier cause queues of up to three hours

Pedestrians crossing into Gibraltar this morning had to wait for up to two or three hours due to intensified checks at the frontier.

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Spain has again said that Gibraltar waters are Spanish, at a time when The Convent has accused the Spanish helicopter of making an incursion over Gibraltar airspace. It all points at the serious incident on the eastside last Sunday and the naivity of the RGP of establishing so-called 'cooperation' with the Spanish which is leading to Spain making inroads into Gibraltar sovereignty.

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The ( Gibraltar ) Government has confirmed that it has finished testing the new facilities as the port as part of its no-deal contingency planning.On Monday morning, the ferry which will run the route from Algeciras in event of a no-deal Brexit, docked into Gibraltar in order to test the new vehicle ramp which was recently constructed.
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The United Kingdom will contribute more than £1 million towards Gibraltar’s Brexit contingency projects under two new Memorandums of Understanding signed by the Gibraltar and UK governments this week.The UK will pay the £390,000 cost of building a new ferry ramp in the port of Gibraltar.It will also provide an additional £862,000 for the purchase of a machine to shred, bale and wrap waste for storage and subsequent export by container.
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Good to see Gib is getting fully ready.
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