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Times of Malta
The service pensionForce for a long time and then retired with a service pension. But, as he says,
The service pension
Times of Malta / Posted 10 hours ago
Force for a long time and then retired with a service pension. But, as he says, “we are being robbed all the time by our Maltese government”. Since 1973, both political parties promised us that as soon as they are in government, they will undo... Read more
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Times of Malta
Malta to oppose controversial herbicide, says Environment Ministernow joined that position. Environment Minister Jose Herrera has now issued ins
Malta to oppose controversial herbicide, says Environment Minister
Times of Malta / Posted yesterday
now joined that position. Environment Minister Jose Herrera has now issued instructions for the Commission to be informed of Malta's change of heart. "For the Maltese Government, environmental issues are definitely a priority," the ministry... Read more
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Times of Malta
As EU prepares to take action, hunters call for stop on turtle dove hunting(IUCN) as well as by Commissioner Karmenu Vella. The FKNK said it was choosing
As EU prepares to take action, hunters call for stop on turtle dove hunting
Times of Malta / Posted 4 days ago
(IUCN) as well as by Commissioner Karmenu Vella. The FKNK said it was choosing the lesser of two evils to ensure the Maltese government does not lose the case of spring hunting at EU level. KSU called upon hunting organisations in other EU... Read more
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Times of Malta
Air Malta: concerns expressed about government's handling of negotiationswould give the struggling Italian airline “good connections with Sicily”. Acco
Air Malta: concerns expressed about government's handling of negotiations
Times of Malta / Posted 4 days ago
would give the struggling Italian airline “good connections with Sicily”. According to Mr Montezemolo, the deal with the Maltese government may even be decided at the end of next month. Speaking to this newspaper, a number of top Air Malta... Read more
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Times of Malta
'Unmitigated disaster': Arriva's ex-CEO opens up about Maltatimetable. But having done so, it subsequently realised that “there was then a
'Unmitigated disaster': Arriva's ex-CEO opens up about Malta
Times of Malta / Posted 5 days ago
timetable. But having done so, it subsequently realised that “there was then a clear situation that politically they [the Maltese government] could not afford". The company then sought to cut costs, subsequently promising things that Mr Martin... Read more
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Times of Malta
UPDATE: Mizzi to sue over PN's Enemalta corruption claimsEnemalta for €320 million. Mr Chen had been involved in negotiations between th
UPDATE: Mizzi to sue over PN's Enemalta corruption claims
Times of Malta / Posted 5 days ago
Enemalta for €320 million. Mr Chen had been involved in negotiations between the Chinese State-owned energy firm and the Maltese government. According to the Panama Papers, Mr Chen’s offshore set-up in the British Virgin Islands was opened in... Read more
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Times of Malta
Questions raised over Alitalia president's comments on 'zero investment' in Air Maltapresident's remark was worrying, and it prejudiced the value of the Memorandum
Questions raised over Alitalia president's comments on 'zero investment' in Air Malta
Times of Malta / Posted 6 days ago
president's remark was worrying, and it prejudiced the value of the Memorandum of Understanding recently signed with the Maltese Government. It asked how the government had chosen Alitalia as the preferred potential strategic partner for... Read more
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Times of Malta
Pesticides: vote due on use of glyphosatewhether to extend the use of the potentially cancer-causing chemical glyphosate
Pesticides: vote due on use of glyphosate
Times of Malta / Posted 6 days ago
whether to extend the use of the potentially cancer-causing chemical glyphosate in pesticides for another nine years. The Maltese government has not stated its position ahead of the vote, saying only that it is following all discussions. The local... Read more
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Times of Malta
‘It seems like we are getting stuck everywhere we look’the years. When over two years ago, parents told this newspaper that countries
‘It seems like we are getting stuck everywhere we look’
Times of Malta / Posted 6 days ago
the years. When over two years ago, parents told this newspaper that countries were “closing their doors one by one”, the Maltese government had said it was in talks with Slovakia. Adopting children from Malta is difficult and former family... Read more
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EuroNews
Malta’s abortion ban: ‘I’m not a criminal. I’m a loving mother’a loving mother and I think I did it mostly because I care about my four childr
Malta’s abortion ban: ‘I’m not a criminal. I’m a loving mother’
EuroNews / Posted 12 days ago
a loving mother and I think I did it mostly because I care about my four children.”Malta is not for turning For now, the Maltese government is not considering decriminalisation of abortion. In power and opposition, the country’s two main... Read more
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EuroNews
Malta’s abortion ban: ‘I’m not a criminal. I’m a loving mother’a loving mother and I think I did it mostly because I care about my four childr
Malta’s abortion ban: ‘I’m not a criminal. I’m a loving mother’
EuroNews / Posted 13 days ago
a loving mother and I think I did it mostly because I care about my four children.”Malta is not for turning For now, the Maltese government is not considering decriminalisation of abortion. In power and opposition, the country’s two main... Read more
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Times of Malta
Photos of the week - Times of Maltatheir best photos over the past days. Minister Konrad Mizzi (centre in blue sh
Photos of the week - Times of Malta
Times of Malta / Posted 18 days ago
their best photos over the past days. Minister Konrad Mizzi (centre in blue shirt), one of two high-ranking members of the Maltese government named in the Panama Papers leak scandal, poses for photographs with Labour Party supporters before a May... Read more
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Times of Malta
Man awaiting extradition to Lithuania sues government for damagesA man wanted by the Lithuanian authorities over allegations of fraud is suing t
Man awaiting extradition to Lithuania sues government for damages
Times of Malta / Posted 20 days ago
A man wanted by the Lithuanian authorities over allegations of fraud is suing the Maltese government for damages after a judge refused to seek the advice of the European Court of Justice over his extradition to the Baltic state. The case involves... Read more
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Times of Malta
Malta, The Netherlands to cooperate in forensic investigationsAffairs and Civil Liberties - and the Netherlands Forensic Institute. Minister
Malta, The Netherlands to cooperate in forensic investigations
Times of Malta / Posted 22 days ago
Affairs and Civil Liberties - and the Netherlands Forensic Institute. Minister Helena Dalli signed on behalf of the Maltese Government and Minister Ard van der Steur on behalf of The Netherlands. The two countries agreed to investigate... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Doctor, artist, engineer, blogger: human stories of Malta's own migration crisisas they attempted to encapsulate the problem. “I wasn’t used to seeing black pe
Doctor, artist, engineer, blogger: human stories of Malta's own migration crisis
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 22 days ago
as they attempted to encapsulate the problem. “I wasn’t used to seeing black people. Suddenly they were everywhere.” The Maltese government didn’t know how to cope: “It fed the migrants pasta and bolognese, which they threw away.” The Maltese... Read more
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Times of Malta
Karmenu Vella urges government to impose moratorium on turtle dovesEuropean Environment Commissioner Karmenu Vella has urged the Maltese governmen
Karmenu Vella urges government to impose moratorium on turtle doves
Times of Malta / Posted 25 days ago
European Environment Commissioner Karmenu Vella has urged the Maltese government to consider a moratorium on spring hunting for the turtle dove, a move that cannot be imposed by Brussels. He was reacting to a call by the International Union for... Read more
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Malta Star
MaltaStar.combe appointed if the Council of Ministers so decides. Dr.Sant said that Dr Toni
MaltaStar.com
Malta Star / Posted 27 days ago
be appointed if the Council of Ministers so decides. Dr.Sant said that Dr Toni Abela, who was nominated this year by the Maltese government, had promised that if turned down by the relevant Committee of the Parliament, he would withdraw. “So he... Read more
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express
Chris Packham witnessing mass bird slaughter over the 'killing fields' of Maltathousands of the protected birds are being shot down for fun. In one poignant
Chris Packham witnessing mass bird slaughter over the 'killing fields' of Malta
express / Posted 27 days ago
thousands of the protected birds are being shot down for fun. In one poignant Tweet from the frontline, where hundreds of Maltese hunters gather to take pot shots of birds migrating from Africa to mainland, Packham shows a turtle dove with a wing... Read more
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Times of Malta
At least one Enemalta meeting annually in Chinais the GWU’s legal consultant Aron Mifsud Bonnici. The board also includes two
At least one Enemalta meeting annually in China
Times of Malta / Posted 28 days ago
is the GWU’s legal consultant Aron Mifsud Bonnici. The board also includes two Shanghai Electric nominees. In 2014, the Maltese government sold a 33 per cent stake in Enemalta to Shanghai Electric, which is owned by the Chinese government. The... Read more
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Times of Malta
Power of languagesociety leaders on how to use Facebook effectively to communicate with citizens
Power of language
Times of Malta / Posted 29 days ago
society leaders on how to use Facebook effectively to communicate with citizens. On her recent visit to Malta, she met Maltese government officials and politicians and also gave a talk at the University of Malta on the link between the... Read more
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Times of Malta
EU requests justification over spring huntingThe European Commission has formally requested the Maltese government to provid
EU requests justification over spring hunting
Times of Malta / Posted 1 months ago
The European Commission has formally requested the Maltese government to provide full justification of this year’s spring hunting season, BirdLife Malta revealed this morning. "This request sends a clear message that the European Commission is... Read more
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Times of Malta
Malta's human rights problems go beyond LGBTIQ - reportof human labour from North Korean violated UN sanctions. It told Phrom that it
Malta's human rights problems go beyond LGBTIQ - report
Times of Malta / Posted 1 months ago
of human labour from North Korean violated UN sanctions. It told Phrom that it has not yet received a reply from the Maltese government about its report. In March, the Times of Malta reported that the number of North Korean workers in Malta... Read more

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