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Ivan Camilleri

  • Air Malta staff lament ‘discrimination’ in new deal

    Air Malta staff lament ‘discrimination’ in new deal

    “Institutionalised discrimination” is how some Air Malta cabin crew members described a new collective agreement in an application before the Industrial Tribunal. Some 40 employees who instituted the case are demanding annulment of the collective...

  • President to grant warrants to two guilty law students

    President to grant warrants to two guilty law students

    Updated 5pm with PD statement President Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca would be signing the warrants of two law students involved in a controversy on whether they qualify to practise since they had been found guilty of theft, the Times of Malta was...

  • PA chief’s financial package exceeds €100,000 annually

    PA chief’s financial package exceeds €100,000 annually

    The Planning Authority’s executive chairman, Johann Buttigieg has a financial package worth more than €100,000 a year, making him one of Malta’s highest paid public officers, the Times of Malta has learnt. The planning watchdog has refused several...

  • Anger as Marsa flyover awarded to Turkish firm

    Anger as Marsa flyover awarded to Turkish firm

    The road contractors who hoped to get the job of building the Marsa junction are furious over the government decision to award the €40 million tender to a Turkish firm, Times of Malta is informed. Considered one of the largest road projects in...

  • Guilty law students should not get warrant - Chamber of Advocates

    Guilty law students should not get warrant - Chamber of Advocates

    President Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca has been warned by the Chamber of Advocates not to proceed with issuing law warrants to two students who were found guilty of theft if she wants to avoid creating a “serious precedent”. At the same time, the...

  • Gambling giant Bet365 confirms Malta expansion

    Gambling giant Bet365 confirms Malta expansion

    Sports betting giant Bet365 on Monday confirmed plans, reported by The Sunday Times of Malta, that it has decided to expand its operations in Malta. At the same time, the UK company, which currently has its operations hub in Gibraltar, said that...

  • €100,000 income for former Labour minister through appointments

    €100,000 income for former Labour minister through appointments

    Former Labour minister and current MP Manuel Mallia is in a much better financial position than when he served in Joseph Muscat’s Cabinet, The Sunday Time of Malta can reveal. Various political appointments since the last election are boosting his...

  • UK gambling giant Bet365 moving to Malta post-Brexit; Gibraltar denies

    UK gambling giant Bet365 moving to Malta post-Brexit; Gibraltar denies

    Updated 9.30pm: adds Gibraltar's minister statement Bet365 – one of the world’s leading online gambling groups – has finalised plans to relocate its operations to Malta from Gibraltar as soon as the UK exits the European Union next year, The...

  • Malta risks being taken over by the Mafia, Italian report claims

    Malta risks being taken over by the Mafia, Italian report claims

    A report by an Italian anti-Mafia foundation has warned that Malta might be “taken over by Mafia interests” if nothing is done and if the EU keeps “closing its eyes” to what is happening on the island. In its conclusions after establishing “facts”...

  • Gozo Minister refuses to reply on fast ferry

    Gozo Minister refuses to reply on fast ferry

    Gozo Minister Justyne Caruana refuses to give details on the process through which Gozo Channel selected an “inexperienced” company to act as its partner in a fast ferry service between Malta and Gozo. After turning down a request from the Times...