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Ivan Camilleri

  • Construction anarchy rules in St Paul’s Bay

    Construction anarchy rules in St Paul’s Bay

    The construction drive that Malta is currently experiencing is having repercussions on the quality of life of residents in various localities across the island. In recent weeks, the Times of Malta has been inundated with calls from residents in...

  • PN candidates reveal their assets and interests

    PN candidates reveal their assets and interests

    Chris Said has pulled ahead of the other three PN leadership candidates in one area – in providing information about his assets and business interests. So far he is the only one to have supplied all the information requested in a due diligence...

  • ‘Air Malta would have made a loss without election subsidies’

    ‘Air Malta would have made a loss without election subsidies’

    The real reason Air Malta managed to balance its books between April and June was a late Easter and an early election, industry sources have told this newspaper. The Times of Malta reported that Air Malta broke even during the second quarter of...

  • Two ministers defend donations from political appointees

    Two ministers defend donations from political appointees

    Education Minister Evarist Bartolo and Justice Minister Owen Bonnici denied that they had breached the ministerial code of ethics when they accepted monetary donations for their electoral campaigns from political appointees. The ministerial code...

  • Malta's tax increase twice as high as EU average

    Malta's tax increase twice as high as EU average

    Maltese workers saw their tax burden rise by almost twice the EU average over the past decade, according to a new study by the European Commission. The research – ‘Taxation trends in the EU’ – shows that while taxes amounted to 31.6 per cent of...

  • Barts campus in Gozo two years behind schedule

    Barts campus in Gozo two years behind schedule

    The building of the Barts Medical School campus in Gozo is two years behind schedule, the government has admitted. A Health Ministry spokeswoman said Vitals Global Healthcare, the private consortium given a 30-year concession to run State...

  • Minister’s daughter made commissioner for justice

    Minister’s daughter made commissioner for justice

    Updated 2.50pm - Added PN statement The daughter of Environment Minister Josè Herrera has been appointed commissioner for justice. The two-year appointment of Martina Herrera, 25, who received her lawyer’s warrant in February 2017, was approved by...

  • Paqpaqli car crash victims demand damages

    Paqpaqli car crash victims demand damages

    A number of people hurt, some badly, during a charity car show almost two years ago have filed a judicial letter demanding the liquidation of damages. President Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca – both as head of the Malta Community Chest Fund and in her...

  • Law regulating the legal profession still ‘in limbo’

    Law regulating the legal profession still ‘in limbo’

    A draft law regulating the legal profession has been in limbo for the past four years despite various promises by the Justice Minister to present it to Parliament. The Bill, which aims to put Malta’s legal profession at par with mainstream Europe,...

  • Sharp drop in subsidised voters' trips in last election

    Sharp drop in subsidised voters' trips in last election

    The number of Maltese living abroad who opted for subsidised flights to vote last June dropped significantly when compared to the previous two elections, figures show. More than 3,800 eligible electors living abroad came to Malta to vote in 2013...

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