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Times of Malta
Impact assessment should have been carried out on Anti-Tax-Avoidance directive - Edward SciclunaFinance Minister Edward Scicluna today expressed disappointment that the propos
Impact assessment should have been carried out on Anti-Tax-Avoidance directive - Edward Scicluna
Times of Malta / Posted 17 minutes ago
Finance Minister Edward Scicluna today expressed disappointment that the proposed European Anti-Tax-Avoidance directive was not accompanied by an impact assessment which would have indicated the effect on Member states and the EU as a... Read more
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Times of Malta
Completion of Ċittadella works must be funded by governmentCompletion of restoration works on the Ċittadella in Gozo must be fully funded
Completion of Ċittadella works must be funded by government
Times of Malta / Posted an hour ago
Completion of restoration works on the Ċittadella in Gozo must be fully funded by the government, a European Commission official said. However, the same official told this newspaper that, according to EU funding regulations, the €1.1 million that... Read more
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Times of Malta
Specifications for parliament's stone cladding changed after quarrying startedRecords kept by the company that supplied stone blocks to an Italian firm which
Specifications for parliament's stone cladding changed after quarrying started
Times of Malta / Posted yesterday
Records kept by the company that supplied stone blocks to an Italian firm which shaped them to form the cladding of the new Parliament building showed that it never managed to supply the agreed monthly quantity, a court heard this morning. In... Read more
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Times of Malta
Quest for female scientistsThe call for freedom from discrimination and freedom from gender stereotypes ha
Quest for female scientists
Times of Malta / Posted yesterday
The call for freedom from discrimination and freedom from gender stereotypes has long been advocated by the feminist movement. Over several decades, women have struggled for their right to vote, autonomy and equality before the law. Increasingly,... Read more
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Times of Malta
Malta not discriminating against non-residents in use of public transport - European CommissionThe European Commission today cleared Malta of a claim it might be discriminati
Malta not discriminating against non-residents in use of public transport - European Commission
Times of Malta / Posted 2 days ago
The European Commission today cleared Malta of a claim it might be discriminating against non-Maltese residents in the use of the public transport, breaching the principles of the single market. The claim was made in a question by MEP Daniel Dalton... Read more
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Times of Malta
Coast Road project broke EU rules, Brussels confirmsThe European Commission has established that Malta breached EU regulations on t
Coast Road project broke EU rules, Brussels confirms
Times of Malta / Posted 2 days ago
The European Commission has established that Malta breached EU regulations on the use of funds for the Coast Road project, a spokesman told this newspaper. The government disputes that it has breached any rules, though it has informed Brussels it... Read more
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Times of Malta
Cachia Caruana wins damages in long-running libel caseRichard Cachia Caruana, Malta's former permanent representative to the EU, has
Cachia Caruana wins damages in long-running libel case
Times of Malta / Posted 2 days ago
Richard Cachia Caruana, Malta's former permanent representative to the EU, has been awarded €5,000 in libel damages after a court upheld a libel case against It-Torca which he instituted in 1998. The case was passed on before several judges and put... Read more
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Times of Malta
The millennials’ impossible dreamIt must be the dream of most young people to find work as soon as their educati
The millennials’ impossible dream
Times of Malta / Posted 4 days ago
It must be the dream of most young people to find work as soon as their education is completed so that they can establish themselves as productive members of society. But for many millennials in Europe finding a decent job is proving to be an... Read more
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Times of Malta
EU tax proposals - Government to commission impact assessment, Opposition agrees with objections to tax harmonisationThe Maltese government is to commission a study on the impact on the Maltese ec
EU tax proposals - Government to commission impact assessment, Opposition agrees with objections to tax harmonisation
Times of Malta / Posted 11 days ago
The Maltese government is to commission a study on the impact on the Maltese economy of the Anti-Tax Avoidance Package proposed by the European Commission last week, Finance Minister Edward Scicluna told Parliament this evening. He regretted that... Read more
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Times of Malta
High Commissioner weighs in on Australia Hall futureThe Australian High Commissioner is in contact with the owners of Australia Hal
High Commissioner weighs in on Australia Hall future
Times of Malta / Posted 17 days ago
The Australian High Commissioner is in contact with the owners of Australia Hall over possible uses for the site, having called for the dilapidated historical building to be restored for the benefit of the community. “The private owners have been... Read more
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Times of Malta
The patriotic pork protestWe Maltese people get passionate about a great many things. Challenge our footb
The patriotic pork protest
Times of Malta / Posted 22 days ago
We Maltese people get passionate about a great many things. Challenge our football team, political party or band club at your peril but don’t get between the Maltese and their food. Specifically, the sangwiċċ bil-perżut (ham sandwich). From what I... Read more
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Times of Malta
Bloggers and their sourcesOn March 17, Magistrate Francesco Depasquale will pronounce whether Daphne Caru
Bloggers and their sources
Times of Malta / Posted 22 days ago
On March 17, Magistrate Francesco Depasquale will pronounce whether Daphne Caruana Galizia is obliged to reveal her news sources – at least when she breaks a story, or makes an allegation, on her blog as distinct from her newspaper columns. Should he... Read more
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Malta Star
MaltaStar.comMalta’s future in 2016 depends much on the way Europe will meet its challenges
MaltaStar.com
Malta Star / Posted 27 days ago
Malta’s future in 2016 depends much on the way Europe will meet its challenges on immigration, terrorism, the Eurozone’s performance and the UK/EU negotiations which will lead to the Referendum on UK membership. The UK has for long been one of our... Read more
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Times of Malta
UK expert urges Malta to re-evaluate tsunami riskA UK experts have urged Malta to re-evaluate the risk of a tsunami hitting the
UK expert urges Malta to re-evaluate tsunami risk
Times of Malta / Posted 29 days ago
A UK experts have urged Malta to re-evaluate the risk of a tsunami hitting the island following a study which warned that huge waves hit Malta in the past and a repeat would have serious consequences. The studies were given prominence in the UK's... Read more
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Times of Malta
University team to visit Huawei R&D CentreA delegation from the University of Malta will be visiting the Huawei R&D centr
University team to visit Huawei R&D Centre
Times of Malta / Posted 29 days ago
A delegation from the University of Malta will be visiting the Huawei R&D centre in Milan – the Global Microwave Competence Centre – which is involved in the some key research areas, including 5G. There was, however, little concrete news with... Read more
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Times of Malta
That university debacleIn order to understand the American University of Malta debacle, it is only rig
That university debacle
Times of Malta / Posted 30 days ago
In order to understand the American University of Malta debacle, it is only right to take a look at the trajectory of the story, by considering its educational qualities. It all began as a lie, intended to deceptively inflate the prestige of the... Read more
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Times of Malta
Active ageing: from empty rhetoric to effective policyAs the year comes to an end, it is interesting to see what advances have taken
Active ageing: from empty rhetoric to effective policy
Times of Malta / Posted 1 months ago
As the year comes to an end, it is interesting to see what advances have taken place in Malta towards the realisation of the rights of the elderly population. Two years ago the government committed itself to the implementation of the National... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Malta rapidly expands progressive LGBTIQ laws but society struggles to keep up Malta is ranked as one of the most progressive countries in the world for les
Malta rapidly expands progressive LGBTIQ laws but society struggles to keep up
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 1 months ago
Malta is ranked as one of the most progressive countries in the world for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and genderqueer (LGBTIQ) rights, and the Maltese... Read more

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