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Ivan Camilleri

  • ‘Air Malta’s strategy is to blame for its losses’

    ‘Air Malta’s strategy is to blame for its losses’

    The downsizing made by Air Malta during the Labour government’s first term in office led to the loss of millions in revenue and reversed the benefits of the five-year restructuring plan agreed with the European Union in 2012, airline sources have...

  • Crane Currency changes hands for $800m

    Crane Currency changes hands for $800m

    A new currency-printing facility in Malta, heavily financed by the government’s foreign investment arm, Malta Enterprise, has been sold to a US company, the Times of Malta is informed. However, according to a spokesman for Crane Currency, the $800...

  • Minister’s canvasser asked for a cut on FTS tenders, court hears

    Minister’s canvasser asked for a cut on FTS tenders, court hears

    The Education Minister’s chief canvasser, Edward Caruana, asked a building contractor working on a new government school for a three per cent cut on payments and a full container of tiles, the court was told yesterday. Mr Caruana, employed at the...

  • Panama is a tax haven, Malta agrees

    Panama is a tax haven, Malta agrees

    Finance Minister Edward Scicluna yesterday agreed with his European colleagues that Panama should be put on the first EU list of worldwide tax havens. The decision to draw up the list came after the release of the Panama Papers last year, in which...

  • Minister’s chief canvasser charged with corruption, fraud

    Minister’s chief canvasser charged with corruption, fraud

    Updated December 6, 4pm - OPM right of reply Edward Caruana – the chief canvasser of Education Minister Evarist Bartolo – has been arraigned in court. He has been charged with acts of corruption and fraud while acting as an official of the...

  • Air Malta and police to reopen cases of ‘injustice’

    Air Malta and police to reopen cases of ‘injustice’

    Air Malta employees and police corps members who feel they suffered an injustice under the Nationalist administration and are not satisfied with how their complaint was handled in the Labour Party’s first term in office are to be given a second...

  • Scicluna off ballot list for Eurogroup head

    Scicluna off ballot list for Eurogroup head

    Malta’s Finance Minister, Edward Scicluna, appears to have become a casualty of the backlash in the EU as Malta comes under increasing scrutiny over its tax regime and connection to the Panama Papers. As the 19 eurozone finance ministers meet in...

  • Banks say no credit for Air Malta until staff deals signed

    Banks say no credit for Air Malta until staff deals signed

    Banks are awaiting the conclusions of the four collective agreements between Air Malta and the Unions before they could green light any new credit facilities needed by the airline, the Times of Malta is informed. After two years of not publishing...

  • Visiting MEPs still in dark if Schembri will meet them

    Visiting MEPs still in dark if Schembri will meet them

    Updated with Civil Society Network statement Members of the European Parliament in Malta to probe the situation with regard to the rule of law were until Thursday still in the dark as to whether the Prime Minister’s closest aide, Keith Schembri,...

  • Watch: Everyone will judge Minister Abela once the facts are published

    Watch: Everyone will judge Minister Abela once the facts are published

    Everyone will have the opportunity to judge the integrity of Minister Carmelo Abela when he was responsible for the police force, former Police Inspector Jonathan Ferris said on Thursday. Asked for a reaction to a statement by the minister, in...