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Times of Malta
Ignore the EU and start talking to the UK, says KMBFormer Prime Minister Karmenu Mifsud Bonnici this morning called on the Maltese
Ignore the EU and start talking to the UK, says KMB
Times of Malta / Posted 15 hours ago
Former Prime Minister Karmenu Mifsud Bonnici this morning called on the Maltese government to disregard the European Commission’s advice and start informal talks with the UK regarding Malta’s future relationship with the EU. “This would ensure that... Read more
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Times of Malta
OPM pours cold water on Busuttil's calls for a united Brexit fronton our offer, but no approach has been made,” the PN spokesman said. He noted
OPM pours cold water on Busuttil's calls for a united Brexit front
Times of Malta / Posted 18 hours ago
on our offer, but no approach has been made,” the PN spokesman said. He noted that the Opposition was willing to help the Maltese government in the upcoming EU-UK bilateral talks, which would pave the way for Britain’s exit from the EU. “With all... Read more
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Times of Malta
Important that EU remains strong and united - Simon Busuttilit had already offered to cooperate with the government to offer its experience
Important that EU remains strong and united - Simon Busuttil
Times of Malta / Posted 3 days ago
it had already offered to cooperate with the government to offer its experience and credibility in the negotiations the Maltese government will be having with the EU in the coming weeks and months. The summit was attended by, among others,... Read more
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Times of Malta
Malta on pole to replace Britain as EU presidenthowever, that there had been “some unofficial discussions” on the matter. This
Malta on pole to replace Britain as EU president
Times of Malta / Posted 5 days ago
however, that there had been “some unofficial discussions” on the matter. This newspaper has learnt that, informally, the Maltese government gave the nod to the idea of an extended presidency when soundings were taken by senior EU officials and... Read more
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Times of Malta
Consequences of BrexitBritish investment. In January 2017 Malta will take the presidency of the Euro
Consequences of Brexit
Times of Malta / Posted 11 days ago
British investment. In January 2017 Malta will take the presidency of the European Union. As with other presidencies, the Maltese government sets out the agenda for its six-month term. We were told that irregular migration and the appalling... Read more
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Times of Malta
Question time: Withdrawal symptomswhich I think goes a long way in recognising the particular situation of the UK
Question time: Withdrawal symptoms
Times of Malta / Posted 13 days ago
which I think goes a long way in recognising the particular situation of the UK in this regard, but the onus is on the Maltese government now to ensure that no deal would negatively affect the many Maltese there. They should not be treated as... Read more
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Times of Malta
No planning application for Gozo hospital yetto be published. Negotiations with the Vitalis Group on the €200 million inves
No planning application for Gozo hospital yet
Times of Malta / Posted 14 days ago
to be published. Negotiations with the Vitalis Group on the €200 million investment had been conducted on behalf of the Maltese government by former Health Mnister Konrad Mizzi. However, the project is now being handled by new Health Minister... Read more
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Times of Malta
Tunisie Telecom wants private shareholders to stay...despite share offershareholder, EIT, announced its intention last July to dispose of the 60 per ce
Tunisie Telecom wants private shareholders to stay...despite share offer
Times of Malta / Posted 15 days ago
shareholder, EIT, announced its intention last July to dispose of the 60 per cent shareholding it had bought from the Maltese government in 2006. Twelve of GO’s underutilised or redundant properties, worth around €53 million, were spun off... Read more
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Times of Malta
Tunisie Telecom woos private shareholdersshareholder, EIT, announced its intention last July to dispose of the 60 per ce
Tunisie Telecom woos private shareholders
Times of Malta / Posted 15 days ago
shareholder, EIT, announced its intention last July to dispose of the 60 per cent shareholding it had bought from the Maltese government in 2006. Twelve of GO’s underutilised or redundant properties, worth around €53 million, were spun off... Read more
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Times of Malta
No EU green light yet to Electrogas power station deal– has not been signed yet and will only be concluded once the commission gives
No EU green light yet to Electrogas power station deal
Times of Malta / Posted 17 days ago
– has not been signed yet and will only be concluded once the commission gives its green light. In its absence, the Maltese government decided to issue an unprecedented €360 million state guarantee so that four banks, including Bank of... Read more
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Times of Malta
Dom Mintoff’s ‘calculated risk’ of 60 years agoon the matter. In a long and detailed memorandum, De Gray explained why the po
Dom Mintoff’s ‘calculated risk’ of 60 years ago
Times of Malta / Posted 19 days ago
on the matter. In a long and detailed memorandum, De Gray explained why the police should remain under the control of the Maltese government. According to the memorandum, when the head of police had been appointed by the colonial administration... Read more
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Times of Malta
Initial Air Malta deal had been rejectedAlitalia and Etihad had rejected a first proposal by the Maltese government to
Initial Air Malta deal had been rejected
Times of Malta / Posted 28 days ago
Alitalia and Etihad had rejected a first proposal by the Maltese government to buy a stake in Air Malta, Times of Malta is informed. The memorandum of understanding signed in April was the second attempt to clinch a deal. Civil aviation industry... Read more
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Times of Malta
Maltese newspaper reviewin the Maltese newspapers today. Times of Malta reports Alitalia and Etihad ha
Maltese newspaper review
Times of Malta / Posted 28 days ago
in the Maltese newspapers today. Times of Malta reports Alitalia and Etihad had initially rejected a first proposal by the Maltese government to buy a stake in Air Malta. It says the memorandum of understanding signed in April is a second attempt... Read more
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Times of Malta
Major health deals will only be published in Novemberand financial controller based in Singapore. It is not yet known what investme
Major health deals will only be published in November
Times of Malta / Posted 29 days ago
and financial controller based in Singapore. It is not yet known what investment the private entity will make and what the Maltese government will be paying. Questions sent to the Office of the Prime Minster on Tuesday asking for further details on... Read more
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Times of Malta
Undermining governmentget its own way on various issues in Malta, it involved the EU in the controver
Undermining government
Times of Malta / Posted 30 days ago
get its own way on various issues in Malta, it involved the EU in the controversy and tried to use it as a lever to get the Maltese government to do as it demanded. This is condemnable because it means that the Nationalists want to go on running... Read more
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Times of Malta
High time for shorter police officers, parliament toldparliament today. The minister said that several other European countries had
High time for shorter police officers, parliament told
Times of Malta / Posted 1 months ago
parliament today. The minister said that several other European countries had scrapped height restrictions, and that the Maltese government was open to revising current rules. Under current regulations, male police officers must be at least... Read more
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CommonDreams.org
Oceana Embarks on 10-Week Expedition to Explore Deep-Sea Areas in Maltafrom several countries including Malta will research underwater caves, sand ban
Oceana Embarks on 10-Week Expedition to Explore Deep-Sea Areas in Malta
CommonDreams.org / Posted 1 months ago
from several countries including Malta will research underwater caves, sand banks and reefs in order to provide the Maltese government with enough data to identify new Sites of Community Importance under Natura 2000, a network that gathers... Read more
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Times of Malta
Previously unexplored marine areas being documented in expeditionScientists from several countries, including Malta, will research underwater ca
Previously unexplored marine areas being documented in expedition
Times of Malta / Posted 1 months ago
Scientists from several countries, including Malta, will research underwater caves, sand banks and reefs to provide the Maltese government with enough data to identify new sites of community importance. The initiative falls under Natura 2000, a... Read more

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