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Ivan Camilleri

  • Was policeman involved in by-passing checks acting alone?

    Was policeman involved in by-passing checks acting alone?

    Investigations into possible security breaches by a police sergeant at Malta International Airport have been widened amid growing suspicions that he was not acting alone. Times of Malta reported on Tuesday that police sergeant Mario Camenzuli, 67,...

  • Fresh vegetables and fruits at school scheme not in operation this year

    Fresh vegetables and fruits at school scheme not in operation this year

    An EU-funded scheme to provide primary school and kindergarten pupils with fresh vegetables and fruits once a week is not in operation this scholastic year. Launched at the beginning of 2010, the scheme could not be implemented last September, as...

  • Nexia BT advised consortium bidding for White Rocks

    Nexia BT advised consortium bidding for White Rocks

    Nexia BT, whose name surfaced in the Panama Papers and in reports by the government’s anti-money-laundering agency, were engaged for financial assistance and advice by the White Rocks Development Consortium in their bid for the prime site. Sources...

  • AUM students, staff told about 'surprise' inspectors' visit a day earlier

    AUM students, staff told about 'surprise' inspectors' visit a day earlier

    The American University of Malta got the green light from the local education authorities after a spot check on Friday found that all was in line with the conditions of the licence granted by the National Commission for Further and Higher...

  • Reinstated policeman caught letting migrants into Malta without controls

    Reinstated policeman caught letting migrants into Malta without controls

    A 67-year-old policeman, reinstated soon after the 2013 election, has resigned after he was seens on CCTV cameras at the airport arrivals lounge allowing migrants in without any passport control. A police spokesman yesterday confirmed that...

  • White Rocks price tag under wraps

    White Rocks price tag under wraps

    The price being asked for the development of public land at White Rocks is being kept secret, although it is believed to be much lower than the estimated market value of at least €350 million. Other developers are keeping a close eye on the...

  • Running out of space as white goods pile up

    Running out of space as white goods pile up

    Wasteserv – the public entity entrusted with the island’s waste management – is insisting that the management of electronic waste is “all under control”, even though thousands of washing machines, television sets, water heaters and fridges are...

  • Labour MP rebuts doubts on conflict of interest

    Labour MP rebuts doubts on conflict of interest

    Labour MP Robert Abela has insisted there was no conflict of interest in acting as legal representative of Air Malta while his father, President Emeritus George Abela, was acting as mediator and chief negotiator in talks with pilots. “No one...

  • Malta falls from 17th to 33rd in world freedom ranking

    Malta falls from 17th to 33rd in world freedom ranking

    Malta fell from 17th place to 33rd in the latest ranking by Washington-based Freedom House, which gauges democracy and liberty in 195 countries and 14 territories across the globe. According to the latest Freedom House report, published Monday...

  • €80m have to be given to VGH for return of two hospitals

    €80m have to be given to VGH for return of two hospitals

    The government has tied future administrations to pay €80 million in taxpayers’ money to Vitals Global Healthcare (VGH) to give back the title of the land and buildings of the Karin Grech and Gozo General hospitals, the Times of Malta can...