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Times of Malta
Not even soap will wash sticky sea slime offWe already know what we need to do." The Sterling report is a 160-page documen
Not even soap will wash sticky sea slime off
Times of Malta / Posted 3 days ago
We already know what we need to do." The Sterling report is a 160-page document prepared by British scientists for the Maltese government, which ignored its recommendations. The report warned the government of potential fish farm solution,... Read more
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Times of Malta
Neville Gafà: I never took any bribes for medical visasa detailed account of how the medical visas system used by the government worke
Neville Gafà: I never took any bribes for medical visas
Times of Malta / Posted 4 days ago
a detailed account of how the medical visas system used by the government worked. “The public has a right to know that the Maltese government signed a memorandum of understanding with the Libyan authorities to help in providing medical assistance... Read more
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Times of Malta
Malta Development Bank gets European Commission approvalmillion, with further capital pay-ups depending on the growth of the Bank’s bus
Malta Development Bank gets European Commission approval
Times of Malta / Posted 6 days ago
million, with further capital pay-ups depending on the growth of the Bank’s business. It will have a guarantee from the Maltese Government on both the assets and liabilities side, the extent of which will be negotiated between the Bank and the... Read more
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Times of Malta
The pragmatic approachin this case Alitalia/Etihad, to effectively control the business. Though lega
The pragmatic approach
Times of Malta / Posted 8 days ago
in this case Alitalia/Etihad, to effectively control the business. Though legally and formally in control, the Maltese government risks being coerced or, in the worst case scenario, ‘bullied’ into allowing the new Air Malta management... Read more
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Times of Malta
Air Malta to be pointed in new direction – south – under proposed plancompany - Government to absorb debts, surplus workers The plan is also tied to
Air Malta to be pointed in new direction – south – under proposed plan
Times of Malta / Posted 10 days ago
company - Government to absorb debts, surplus workers The plan is also tied to financial commitments to be made by the Maltese government. The new airline company to be formed will not take over any of the current debts or liabilities of Air... Read more
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Times of Malta
MEPs raise concern yet again about Malta's passport schemein Malta for at least a year. MEPs are arguing that citizenship is something t
MEPs raise concern yet again about Malta's passport scheme
Times of Malta / Posted 13 days ago
in Malta for at least a year. MEPs are arguing that citizenship is something that has to be earned and not bought. The Maltese government, however, has defended the programme, saying applicants were thoroughly scrutinised with 25 per cent of... Read more
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Times of Malta
Maltese newspapers reviewthat umbrellas cannot be put up before they are rented out. In-Nazzjon says Tr
Maltese newspapers review
Times of Malta / Posted 14 days ago
that umbrellas cannot be put up before they are rented out. In-Nazzjon says Transparency International has criticised the Maltese government for the involvement of Minister Konrad Mizzi and the PM's chief of staff Keith Schembri in the Panama... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Skeleton naval crew maintaining LÉ Aisling as fate of vessel undecidedin acquiring the vessel, one party is in the Middle East and the other in Afric
Skeleton naval crew maintaining LÉ Aisling as fate of vessel undecided
Irish Examiner / Posted 14 days ago
in acquiring the vessel, one party is in the Middle East and the other in Africa. Sources have also revealed that the Maltese government could be interested in acquiring LÉ Aisling, as it is a sister ship of LÉ Aoife and it could be used for... Read more
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Times of Malta
Question time: Cash in handin the provision of finance to SMEs or to another private firm. Banks should a
Question time: Cash in hand
Times of Malta / Posted 18 days ago
in the provision of finance to SMEs or to another private firm. Banks should act as important strategic partners with the Maltese government and use EU funding mechanisms to promote the investment that is most suited to Malta, ideally evolving... Read more
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Times of Malta
26 children adopted by parents in Malta last yearto an agreement which would make it possible for parents in Malta to adopt chil
26 children adopted by parents in Malta last year
Times of Malta / Posted 18 days ago
to an agreement which would make it possible for parents in Malta to adopt children. He insisted, however, that coming to such agreements did not solely depend on the Maltese government as it was often the other countries who stalled the p... Read more
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Times of Malta
Malta newspapers reviewsaying that economic progress without social justice in not acceptable. In-Naz
Malta newspapers review
Times of Malta / Posted 20 days ago
saying that economic progress without social justice in not acceptable. In-Nazzjon reports how Transparency International yesterday in a tweet called on the Maltese government to clean up its 'corruption mess' before taking over the EU presi... Read more
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Times of Malta
MEP Metsola makes international award shortlista university student, being elected vice-president of the Youth Convention on t
MEP Metsola makes international award shortlist
Times of Malta / Posted 21 days ago
a university student, being elected vice-president of the Youth Convention on the Future of Europe, before working for the Maltese government and later as a legal adviser to the EU's high representative. In 2013 she became the youngest female... Read more
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Times of Malta
Panama Papers cast doubt on Malta's ability to push through EU anti-graft lawsinto tax avoidance and evasion, and force companies and trusts to disclose who
Panama Papers cast doubt on Malta's ability to push through EU anti-graft laws
Times of Malta / Posted 22 days ago
into tax avoidance and evasion, and force companies and trusts to disclose who are their ultimate “beneficial owners.” The Maltese government would have to sign off on any new proposals made during the discussions with the European Parliament and... Read more
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Times of Malta
In search of a mosquethat of another mosque. Locally, this question is actually one of déjà vu as i
In search of a mosque
Times of Malta / Posted 30 days ago
that of another mosque. Locally, this question is actually one of déjà vu as it already arose in the early 1970s when the Maltese government strengthened relations with Libya and other Arab countries. It was a time when Malta was inundated with... Read more
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Times of Malta
Plans to create a 'new', debt-free Air Maltarestructuring programme, it still had about €66 million in outstanding debts.
Plans to create a 'new', debt-free Air Malta
Times of Malta / Posted 30 days ago
restructuring programme, it still had about €66 million in outstanding debts. Civil aviation industry sources said the Maltese government had already made it clear during the talks with the Italian airline, which is interested in buying a 49... Read more
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Yonhap News Agency
Malta has stopped issuing work visas for N. Koreans: foreign ministerNews Agency on Saturday after chairing the meeting of heads of overseas diploma
Malta has stopped issuing work visas for N. Koreans: foreign minister
Yonhap News Agency / Posted a month ago
News Agency on Saturday after chairing the meeting of heads of overseas diplomatic missions in Rome, Yun Byung-se said the Maltese government has decided to take firm steps in relation to human rights abuse of migrant workers. Foreign Minister Yun... Read more
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Yonhap News Agency
Malta has stopped issuing work visas for N. Koreans: foreign ministerAgency on the sidelines of a meeting of heads of overseas diplomatic missions i
Malta has stopped issuing work visas for N. Koreans: foreign minister
Yonhap News Agency / Posted a month ago
Agency on the sidelines of a meeting of heads of overseas diplomatic missions in Rome on Saturday, Yun Byung-se said the Maltese government has decided to take firm steps in relation to human rights abuse of migrant workers. "Valletta has... Read more

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