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  • Diploma in management

    Diploma in management

    Malta Business School is launching its second intake for the UK accredited part-time diploma and full-time extended diploma in management (MQF Level 5). The intake started on March 30, 2015. This diploma is aimed for professional people working in...

  • Germanwings: airline’s response to battle for budget travellers

    Germanwings: airline’s response to battle for budget travellers

    The Airbus which crashed into the French Alps yesterday was operated by Lufthansa’s Germanwings, a budget airline that has grown to become the German flag-carrier’s main short-haul operator as it battles competition from no-frills rivals. It was...

  • ‘Overdue decisions needed to improve business’

    Under no circumstances must decisions be taken if these create bottlenecks to growth for business, according to the outgoing Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry president. In his farewell speech at the chamber’s annual general meeting,...

  • Light at the end of the tunnel for Enemalta

    Light at the end of the tunnel for Enemalta

    The electricity interconnector between Italy and Malta is expected to be fully operational within two to three weeks, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said in Parliament. It had originally been earmarked to start operating in June. Dr Muscat was...

  • MCST has consultant on China

    A young Italian lawyer was recruited on a position-of-trust basis by the Malta Council for Science and Technology to act as China expert, Minister Evarist Bartolo confirmed in Parliament. Describing him as a “perfect fit”, Mr Bartolo said, the...

  • Campaigner denies he negotiated hunt season

    Campaigner denies he negotiated hunt season

    Saviour Balzan has denied claims he had negotiated a spring hunting season with the EU. Standing below a Yes to spring hunting billboard in St Andrew’s featuring his face, two €100 notes and the words ‘Yes – in favour of the derogation Saviour...

  • Students, teachers weep for classmates on doomed plane

    Students, teachers weep for classmates on doomed plane

    Students and teachers at a small-town German high school broke down in tears once they realised that 16 classmates and two teachers were on board an ill-fated Germanwings airplane that crashed in France yesterday on a flight to Düsseldorf. The...

  • ‘Shooting birds a privilege and not a right’

    ‘Shooting birds a privilege and not a right’

    Toting a shotgun and shooting birds was a privilege and not a right for it was the Maltese people who had the right to enjoy the environment, Spring Hunting Out spokesman Saviour Balzan said yesterday. In a debate on spring hunting at the Malta...

  • Ukip candidate is expelled following expenses scandal

    Ukip candidate is expelled following expenses scandal

    Britain’s anti-EU UK Independence Party (Ukip) has expelled one of its candidates for a general election in May and replaced her with a recent defector from the opposition Labour Party. European Parliament deputy Janice Atkinson was dropped from...

  • Domestic violence offenders never sent to seek treatment

    Domestic violence offenders never sent to seek treatment

    Maltese courts have so far never ordered male domestic violence perpetrators to seek help from Appoġġ, according to sexualised violence experts. Marceline Naudi, head of the Gender Studies Department at the University, said the domestic violence...

  • Executive business education

    Executive business education

    Following a successful October 2014 intake, Henley Malta is now accepting applications for the forthcoming October 2015 intake of the Flexible Executive Henley MBA. Henley Business School is a global leader in executive business education and...

  • Bardo museum in symbolic reopening after gun attack

    Bardo museum in symbolic reopening after gun attack

    Tunisia’s Bardo museum held a ceremonial reopening yesterday a week after gunmen claiming alliance with Islamic State killed 20 foreign tourists in an attack aimed at destroying the country’s tourism industry. Last Wednesday, at least two...

  • Heartfelt call to mother scoops prize

    Heartfelt call to mother scoops prize

    Four months into his stay in Guatemala, Fr Patrick Magro walked for more than three days to find a phone and reassure his mother he was safe. Although the line went dead as soon as he told his mother, Tessie, he was doing fine, hearing the voice...

  • Launch your career

    Launch your career

    A career path is by no means an easy decision to take. Few of us know for certain what we want to do for the rest of our lives. Most of us seek opportunities and let them lead the way. This is what Deloitte does. Deloitte provides a world of...

  • Frosty reception to UN proposal for Libyan ‘presidential council’

    Frosty reception to UN proposal for Libyan ‘presidential council’

    The United Nations tried yesterday to persuade Libyan rival factions to form a unity government by appointing a “presidential council” to try to resolve conflict in the oil-producing country. But UN Special Envoy Bernardino Leon received a frosty...

  • ‘Malta anticipated the EU on energy’

    ‘Malta anticipated the EU on energy’

    Malta had anticipated the EU on a number of measures proposed for its European Energy Union, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said yesterday. These included moving away from the use of heavy fuel oil to gas, something the government had worked on from...

  • Seven killed by suicide bombers in Benghazi

    Two suicide bombers drove a car packed with explosives into an army checkpoint in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi yesterday, killing seven people and wounding nine, army and medical sources told Reuters. In a separate incident, a rocket hit a...

  • Bad roads cost watchdog €26k

    Irate drivers received a total of €25,963.52 from Transport Malta between 2007 and 2014 as compensation for damage caused to their vehicles by bad roads. The information was given in Parliament by Transport Minister Joe Mizzi. He was answering a...

  • LLM in international business law available in Malta

    Committed to excel in offering professionals first-class business-related higher education programmes, Malta Business School has now included the LLM International Business Law in its range of specialised academic programmes. The LLM is offered...

  • Ancient newt ‘size of a car’

    Ancient newt ‘size of a car’

    A killer newt the size of a small car terrorised lakes and rivers during the rise of the dinosaurs, scientists have discovered. The ferocious amphibian, a distant relative of salamanders living today, took the place of crocodiles as one of the...